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Pregnancy a Month by Month Guide

February 2, 2018

Pica in Pregnancy Some ladies get pregnant without even knowing it until they are about 4 mths pregnant.Reason being they feel their usual self ( apart from missing their menses). Yet others at the start of 6 weeks into pregnancy, get the morning sickness ranging from mild to serious.I went thru this myself with my […]

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Labor Induction

February 2, 2018

Normally every pregnancy should last between 38 weeks and 42 weeks counting from the first day of your last menstrual period. The due date which every pregnant woman looks forward to is actually the 40th week, an average. The reality is that things don’t always go as planned. This is where labor induction plays a […]

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Effective Ways to Induce your Labor

February 1, 2018

The most effective way to induce labor is through chemical induction. This is where the doctor will give you a shot of chemicals which will, hopefully cause your labor to begin. Often induced labor is long, painful, and can lead to the need of a Cesarean section. It also doesn’t always work. One horror story […]

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Writing a Pregnancy Journal

February 1, 2018

Whether you are currently pregnant or trying to become pregnant, it is a great idea to keep a pregnancy journal. They can later be used to fill a baby book or just to reminisce. There are many similar reasons between keeping a regular journal and a pregnancy journal. It is a good release of emotion, […]

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Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy

February 1, 2018

Every woman is different when it comes to pregnancy symptoms. Some pregnant women may have an early pregnancy sign, while others may have signs of pregnancy. f you haven’t been pregnant before knowing what to look for can be a challenge. For many that have had children it is as if by instinct that they […]

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An Overview of Braxton Hicks Contractions

February 1, 2018

Throughout pregnancy, many women feel contractions in the uterus. These contractions are called Braxton-Hicks contractions. They are not as strong as the ones that come at the time of delivery, in fact some women don’t really notice them at all. To others though, especially first-time mothers, it can be a bit scary. What are the […]

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Am i having Braxton Hicks Contractions

February 1, 2018

The final weeks of pregnancy are exciting, as well as being a nerve-wracking time. Going into labor is an exhilarating but apprehensive time. The initial and most recognizable sign of labor is when contractions start. This can leave the parents-to-be excited, as they prepare to meet their newborn baby. However, doubts can arise with many […]

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Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy

February 1, 2018

If I have anything to write about THIS is it. I have three amazing, beautiful children and each pregnancy was SO different. Fist came Miss H as we like to call her. Haley.She was a little surprise. It all started when one day we were making chicken for dinner and all of a sudden I […]

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Pregnancy what do Doctors look for in a Level 2 Ultrasound

February 1, 2018

Ultrasounds are used to see how your baby is doing, According to pregnancy.about.com “An ultrasound is done in many a pregnancy around the mid part of a pregnancy. This is typically known as the fetal anatomy survey or the fetal anomaly screen. You will normally have this done when you are 18-22 weeks pregnant.  The […]

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Signs you might be Pregnant with Twins before the Ultrasound

February 1, 2018

Pregnancy is about beginnings. There are changes for both the mother and of course the development of her future child or children. Long before the medical profession came up with the machines we take for granted today, people liked to take a chance at guessing the sex of their child or determining if they were […]

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