First of all – congratulations! Here are some things you need to know before purchasing a ring for your beloved:
Ring Size Changes
It is very likely that during pregnancy your ring size will temporarily change (or shortly, her fingers will get swollen). For most women the change becomes visible around 20th week, for some near 30th, and few women will not see any change at all. Her fingers will come back to the old size soon after your baby is born.
The most important thing to remember is to take the ring off as soon as it starts becoming tight, or it may get stuck on the swollen finger.
For the weeks when she cannot wear it, we suggest wearing another ring and keep the real one in a safe place or to wear it on a chain as a necklace.
Choose a Right size for a new ring
The sooner the ring becomes tight, the more spare size you should get. If you see a change in her size during 20th week, then grab at least two-size bigger. If the due date is in the summer then add an additional half size. During warm days the fingers become a bit bigger.
Allergies during pregnancy
Some jewellery may cause allergic reactions during pregnancy. The best solution is to take off the ring and wear it back after the baby is born.
Do remember, her fingers will get back to their normal size. We strongly advice is to resize the ring only when you want to make the permanent change and do it with a trusted jeweller.
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