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Natural Ways to Induce Labor

February 3, 2018

As your pregnancy progresses, chances are in favor of you feeling bulky, awkward, and uncomfortable. Nights become long sessions of trying to get comfortable enough to sleep. Days become busy with life, but slow with movement and a whole world of aches and pains. The idea of naturally inducing labor becomes something of hope. It […]

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Your Babys Growth during the first Trimester of Pregnancy

February 3, 2018

Congratulations! You’ve begun the journey to motherhood and now want to know what is going on with the little life inside of you. Although it may be difficult to visualize, there is a tiny new human being growing and developing inside of you – and right now your son or daughter is growing much more quickly […]

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Last Lap of Pregnancy third Trimester Scrapbook Relax in Pregnancy Antenatal Classes

February 3, 2018

Congrats! You have finally reached the third trimester of your pregnancy and the time is coming closer and closer, when your little bundle of joy will be in your arms. And I am sure it will be a great moment where you will be overwhelmed with love and may even burst into tears when you […]

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Causes of Morning Sickness

February 3, 2018

There are so many changes to your body during pregnancy that it is hard to keep track of them all. But one very important change to understand and know about is the change in your digestive system. Morning sickness, or nausea gravidarum, is one change that very few (if any at all) pregnant women can […]

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How to tell if Ou are Pregnant

February 2, 2018

Finding out you are pregnant is the first of many memorable moments in a pregnancy. Perhaps you have been trying to conceive for a while, or just recently started. Either way there are some sure signs to tell if there is a bun in the oven! Some women even say they can tell immediately after […]

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How Accurate are Due Dates

February 2, 2018

It is ingrained in our heads throughout our entire adult lives-pregnancy is 40 weeks. The “due date” we are given at that first prenatal visit is based upon that 40 weeks, and we look forward to it with great anticipation. When we are still pregnant after that magical date, we call ourselves “overdue” and the […]

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What to Expect at your first Prenatal Appointment

February 2, 2018

When a woman discovers that she is pregnant, there are many emotions that can run through her mind. These emotions include excitement, nervousness, and an increased sense of feeling overwhelmed. It is important to have your first prenatal appointment as soon as possible, to help protect the health of you and your baby. There are […]

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What to do if you are 12 Weeks Pregnant have Signs Amniotic Fluid is Leaking

February 2, 2018

Amniotic fluid can be produced internally by the mother as soon as 12 days after conception. It protects the baby, acting as a sort of intra-uterine bouncy castle, allowing the baby to move around in the womb without the risk of damage. It also assists in the development of the lungs, limbs, muscles and digestive tract, as […]

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Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy

February 2, 2018

Genetically coded onto a female DNA strand lies the secrets regarding the miracle of childbirth and pregnancy. All the information you could ever need is swimming along their genetic soup. The problem isn’t women knowing symptoms and signs. It’s the men who impregnated them that need a fresher course about when she’s pregnant and when […]

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How to tell if you are having Braxton Hicks Contractions

February 2, 2018

During pregnancy, there is a lot of work going on in your body. The baby has to be nourished, your muscles and tendons prepared for the birth. Part of this preparation process are the Braxton-Hicks contractions. These sporadic uterine contractions are named after the English doctor who first described them, in 1879, and are present […]

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