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Being pregnant is one of the most beautiful things a woman could experience, but it is also one of the most difficult periods. It takes a little bit of time to adjust to the changes that are going on inside your body. The new life developing inside you needs to be protected from an early age, this is why pregnant women need to watch out for certain bad habits. Some women find pregnancy as being difficult while others find it to be very easy. It is especially difficult to give up a certain lifestyle and certain vices or habits. To ensure a h... Read More
Smoking and being pregnant are definitely two things that don\'t go together. It has been made public for a long time now that smoking is bad for your health as well as the health of others. There are so many people who still smoke even though the potential risks to which they are exposing themselves to: lung cancer, hear problems, blood circulation problems and other disorders. During pregnancy the baby is affected by the mothers lifestyle. For example the baby will be affected by what the mother is eating and drinking. Everything that is ... Read More
Becoming a mother is a blessing in every womans life, a blessing which will bring you joy and a state of completion. There is no other feeling in this world which can surpass the joy of bringing a new life into this world. Some women are overwhelmed and don't like the time during pregnancy, while some women love how it makes them feel. The truth is that it depends from person to person and their psychological state of mind. Pregnant women are beautiful, and you can't help but smile when you see a pregnant woman. I don't know why but pregnan... Read More
Catching a flu or cold during your pregnancy is not exactly desirable as the symptoms of these viruses can persist longer than usual, posing a threat to you and your newborn in case complications develop. Pregnant women usually have a weaker immune system than other people so it is essential to avoid getting a cold of a flu in the first place. Cold and flu present similar symptoms, however they are two different conditions so you need to learn to make a clear distinction between the two conditions. Cold symptoms are usually milder than flu s... Read More
The media is with eyes open each time they spot the initial signs that a celebrity might be about to experience of an amazing event. Famous celeb pregnancies make no exception. In fact the public is fascinated by the private life success of their idols which is crowned with a cute little baby that would take over the family heritage as well as echoes the love of these cute couples. The 2010 celebrity baby bumps list features some of the most beautiful and acclaimed actresses, singers as well as socialites who earned world-wide success with t... Read More
Let’s take it step by step. Each trimester has its own particularities which easily translate into visible signs. For example, in the first trimester, you’ll feel your breast sore and painful. They will increase in their size. This is the time when your glands are triggered to start their job. For some women, some symptoms occur earlier than for others. Take as example the colostrum, a yellowish leakage from the areola. This might happen in the second trimester for some women, while for others, this occurs just after giving bi... Read More
Pregnancy is a domain that is still not fully understood. Life itself is a mystery so it is very difficult to determine what factors affect women during pregnancy. Pregnancy is a joyful time which women have been blessed to experience, but it is also a period when women usually get confused about what they are allowed and what they should avoid during pregnancy. There are so many things which have been passed on from one generation to the other, things which over time have been proven to affect or to have no effect over the unborn b... Read More
Birth control pills are one of the most used contraception methods by women. They are meant to protect women from getting pregnant if they wish to avoid that. The pill does protect against unwanted pregnancy but it doesn't protect against sexually transmitted diseases. There are so many types of STD's, it's scary. Birth control pills maintain the levels of hormones, estrogen and progesterone in our body in order to prevent the ovaries from releasing an egg for fertilization. Naturally, if no hormones are administrated estrogen leve... Read More
Following a special skin care routine during pregnancy is only the first step towards avoiding any troubles with our complexion. However there are some problems that can be rarely avoided, mainly because these are influenced mainly by hormones and other vital functions in our body. The more you know about how to reduce the visible sings of these disorders the less it will affect your look and mood. These guidelines will help you in learning more about the cause and treatment of pregnancy skin problems.Melasma (Mask of Pregnancy) Di... Read More
Finding out that you're pregnant can be exhilarating or upsetting or a little bit of both. Remember that every woman is different, so you may not experience all (or any) of the most common signs of pregnancy:Tender breasts/nipplesIf your breasts are swollen, similar to the way they feel when you expect your period, it may be a sign of pregnancy. In the early period after conception, many women complain about tender nipples.Slight spotting or crampingExperiencing a light spotty discharge (unlike your usual period) and cramps are also common s... Read More
If you're concerned you could be pregnant, consider taking a home pregnancy test. If your menstrual cycles are irregular, allow for your longest recent cycle length before testing. If you do not know when your next period is due, wait at least 19 days after you last had unprotected sex before testing.The pregnancy test is designed to detect the presence of the pregnancy hormone in your body. This hormone is called human chorionic gonadotrophin (HCG). If you're pregnant, the amount of HCG in your body rises rapidly in the early days a... Read More