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Best Poregnancy Tests on the Market

February 11, 2018

It’s always exciting and sometimes even nerve-racking when faced with the possibility of pregnancy and all too often the huge, indecisive wall of pregnancy tests at the store only brings up more questions. Knowing which home pregnancy tests are the best for your needs helps a lot in answering those questions. However, the “best” test […]

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Pregnancy what to Expect in the third Trimester

February 11, 2018

A pregnancy is usually divided into three parts, called trimesters. The last three months of pregnancy are usually referred to the third trimester. If you talk about weeks, it includes weeks 27 to 40.  What can you expect in the third trimester? In the beginning of the third trimester, the baby already weighs about two […]

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How to Recognize Labor Contractions

February 11, 2018

When you are pregnant and at or close to, full term, there is nothing in this world that you want more than to get that little angel out of your belly and into your arms. Every inkling of pain that you feel brings with it the hope that it’s time to get ready for the […]

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Overdue Pregnancy Methods Induce Labor

February 11, 2018

At the beginning of a pregnancy, the doctor calculates the due date, which is 40 weeks after the conception date.  The due date is not an absolute deadline, and many women in fact do not deliver on that exact day.  There are even some women who still haven’t gone into labor at 41 weeks.  This […]

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Third Trimester about the third Trimester

February 10, 2018

I know all the baby books wax on about how the second trimester is the most amazing, because you’re high on estrogen and so horny that you’re likely to sexually assault strangers in the street. That your husband can expect a lot of sex out of you at this time and that you’re simply a […]

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Antenatal Testing

February 10, 2018

What is Antenatal Testing? It refers to procedures during pregnancy that detect health problems in a growing fetus. It also diagnoses material conditions and establishes characteristics such as fetal sex, weight or age. When To Test  Pregnant woman may undergo antenatal testing during weeks 1-12 (first trimester), weeks 13-26 (second trimester), or weeks 27-40+ (third […]

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How to Prepare for a c Section

February 10, 2018

I don’t believe there is any way to truly prepare yourself for a c-section, unless you are aware ahead of time, that you are going to be having a c-section. If there is some reason that you won’t be able to deliver vaginally, or if you’ve had a prior c-section, in those isntances, your doctor […]

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Nesting during Pregnancy Nest Building is Normal

February 10, 2018

There was a time I considered nesting during pregnancy an old wives tale, an urban legend, or at least something that would never apply to me. That was before my husband found me balancing precariously on a stepladder in my shower, scrubbing the ceiling while 9-months pregnant. While you would have to know me to […]

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Dealing with an Overdue Pregnancy

February 10, 2018

The nine months of pregnancy bring forth myriad emotions in the expectant parents.  As an expectant mother, you are excited, anxious as well as overjoyed at the prospect of holding your little one in your arms. As the weeks roll by one by one and the impending Expected Date of Delivery (EDD) which once seemed […]

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Natural Ways to Induce Labor

February 10, 2018

“Any day now,” the nurse says as you take your weighty body off the scales. You want to begin the “pushing” yesterday! Your due date is here. You have been to the doctor’s, and he says you are ready. The baby has gotten into its delivery position. You are ready to have this bundle of […]

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