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Pregnancy Fatigue Coping

February 5, 2018

Pregnancy and Fatigue Fatigue is nearly unavoidable during pregnancy, but there are a few things you can do to make the most out of your time.  Here is the secret:  Do you have a pen and paper ready to write this down?  It’s important.  Ready?  Think of every errand you need to run as an […]

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Morning Sickness Symptoms Morning Sickness Remedies

February 5, 2018

Morning sickness is a very common ailment which affects most pregnant women but symptom severity can vary tremendously. For some women, it’s a mild case of nausea which is easily relieved with a simple slice of dry toast and a steaming cup of tea prior to getting out of bed in the morning. Sadly for […]

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Pregnancy what to Expect in the first Trimester

February 5, 2018

Entering the first trimester of pregnancy can be a scary time, especially true if you don’t know what lies ahead. Being educated and prepared can reduce the worry, and make pregnancy more enjoyable. You just need to know what to expect the first trimester. On the gestation calendar, pregnancy begins after the last menstruation cycle. […]

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February 5, 2018

Morning Sickness Approximately 50 percent of all pregnant women experience some degree of nausea and vomiting between the sixth and twelfth weeks of pregnancy. This condition is called Morning sickness, pregnancy sickness, vomiting of pregnancy or nausea gravidarum. Although it is considered normal during pregnancy, but more than half of the all pregnant women affected […]

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Fun Ways to Reveal the Gender of your Baby at a Party

February 5, 2018

A gender reveal party is a fun idea where parents-to-be have a party to tell people the gender of their child. There are many different ways that they can do this, which are a lot of fun. Scavenger hunt One way to share the gender of your child at a party is to have a […]

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Pregnancy what to Expect in the first Trimester

February 5, 2018

The first trimester of any pregnancy can be both hard and most of the time; unexpected. The body changes and there is a new surge of hormones that makes a woman feel things with such an intensity that it can be hard for them to control their emotions at times. Besides uncontrollable emotions there is […]

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Rh Factor as a Complication of Pregnancy

February 5, 2018

At no other time in a woman’s life do security and a state of well-being probably mean so much than during pregnancy.  This is especially so when we consider that pregnancy carries certain discomforts and complications.  Mothers surely have gone through some of them:  frequent urination, morning sickness, hemorrhoids, backache, vaginal discharge, fatigue, food cravings, […]

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Canavan Disease a Neurodegenerative Disorder Genetic Prescreening for Pregnant

February 5, 2018

Robert Byrne, a renowned American chess player and Times columnist, affirmed that “The purpose of life is a life of purpose.” Ellen Schwartz strongly believes her son Jacob, who suffers from the fatal neurodegenerative disorder Canavan disease, has a purpose. In his entire life, Jacob has survived hour-long seizures, drug-induced comas, hydrocephalus, meningitis and seven […]

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Pregnancy and Bed Rest Pregnancy Bed Rest Bed Rest Pregnant Baby

February 5, 2018

Being pregnant is supposed to be one of the most magically wonderful times in a woman’s life, but there are times when the dream becomes a nightmare. For many it starts with the realization that something isn’t happening the way it should and as a result they will be put on bed rest.   Those who […]

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How to Diagnose an Ectopic Pregnancy

February 5, 2018

How to Diagnose an Ectopic Pregnancy In an ectopic pregnancy the implantation of the embryo occurs outside the uterus or in an abnormal position within the uterus. The most common site is within the Fallopian tube and about half of these are situated in the ampulla of the tube which is the widest and longest […]

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