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Prepare Body Labor Pregnancy

February 16, 2018

A pregnancy on average is 39-40 weeks, but after 36 weeks a baby is considered full term. While the exact length of a pregnancy may be variable one thing is not, your pregnancy will end when you go into labor. Since most babies are not born until the ninth or tenth month of pregnancy, this […]

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Heartburn and Indigestion during Pregnancy

February 16, 2018

Pregnancy is a beautiful thing, as most people know. However, to the expectant mother, it might not be so easy. There are so many symptoms and ailments that can bring a pregnant woman down. Heartburn and Indigestion are one of the worst. Even though it’s called heartburn and indigestion, it has absolutely nothing to do with […]

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What not to do in the last Stages of Pregnancy

February 15, 2018

From the moment that you fall pregnant you discover that there are a whole plethora of things that you are going to have to avoid to protect your unborn child. The no drinking ban resumes immediately, and so too the smoking ban. As time goes by you will learn that you will have to abstain from […]

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How to Avoid Gestational Diabetes Pregnancy Diabetes what is Gestational Diabetes Gdm Pregnancy

February 15, 2018

How to avoid gestational diabetes in pregnancy is a clear question with some cloudy answers. Gestational diabetes mellitus, or ( GDM ), is a condition in which the blood sugars in your body are elevated. It usually appears during pregnancy and fades after delivery, but not in all cases. Diabetes that is recognized during pregnancy […]

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Tips for Surviving Bed Rest during Pregnancy

February 15, 2018

Most of the time, being pregnant is a time of great joy. The miracle of having a little life growing within you, a union between you and the man you love, is absolutely awe-inspiring. For many women, however, it is also a time of anxiety and problems. Some have to spend most of the nine […]

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Hypertension in Pregnancy causes Symptoms and Treatment

February 15, 2018

Pregnancy is an exciting time in any woman’s life with a precious little baby to look forward to. Monthly doctors visits will be scheduled and during the last month or two these visits will become as often as every week. During each visit a doctor will listen to the new moms heart and take her […]

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What to do for Fever during Pregnancy

February 15, 2018

While developing a fever during pregnancy is concerning, it is sometimes unavoidable. Even if the cause of the fever is known, and not considered to be dangerous to the expectant mother, there is the concern as to whether the unborn baby is in any danger. The source of the fever may create the greatest risk […]

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Ways of Dealing with Heartburn during Pregnancy

February 14, 2018

When a woman is pregnant she gets to experience many wonderful feelings as her body changes. She also gets the pleasure of experiencing heartburn. With some women this begins in the early trimesters because of hormonal changes. Other women get to wait until later in the pregnancy when the baby is putting pressure on the […]

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Thrush in Pregnancy causes Symptoms and Treatment

February 14, 2018

Thrush is a yeast infection most commonly caused by a proliferation of Candida albicans in the vagina.  Candida albicans is present in most healthy human beings and usually causes no problems but in exceptional circumstances the increase in the quantity of the yeast organisms leads to Thrush and this is particularly common in pregnancy. Causes: […]

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How to Treat a Fever during Pregnancy

February 14, 2018

Fever during pregnancy is not all that uncommon, especially if you have or spend time around small children.  In fact, many times you can treat a fever on your own, as long as it isn’t too high. How High is Too High? You needn’t worry too much about a low-grade fever of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit […]

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