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Top Five Problems During Pregnancy – And What To Do About Them

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Pregnant? You may soon be trying to cope with the top five problems during pregnancy. Good news! These survival kit essentials will help get you through. Pregnancy can be one of the happiest times in a woman’s life, yet most women seem united when discussing their most common discomforts. From back aches to morning sickness, hemorrhoids, varicose veins and heartburn, spread the word to anyone you know who is pregnant that there are ways to get relief from these symptoms...

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Pregnancy Vitamins: What to Consider when Buying a Prenatal

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Pregnancy Vitamins: What to Consider when Selecting a Prenatal There is something special (and stressful) about the months during which a women is trying to conceive and throughout the 40 or so weeks of pregnancy. With the health and wellbeing of their new arrival top of mind, women are more likely to take better care of themselves, eat a more balanced diet, get more sleep and start taking pregnancy vitamins (prenatal vitamins). For many women, taking vitamins during...

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Pregnancy Vitamins: What to Consider when Buying One Part 2

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A continuation of our previous post. Dangerous Ingredients Taking prenatal vitamins for the health of you and your baby? Then watch out for these dangerous ingredients found in some of the leading prenatal vitamins. Make sure to read the labels carefully. Avoid prenatal supplements that include ingredients like BHT, FD&C red no. 40, Sodium Benzoate and Titanium dioxide. BHT is a skin, liver and kidney toxicant. It is stored in the liver and in fat making thin people...

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Why pregnant women need their own bathroom.

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I remember both times when I was pregnant the constant trips to the bathroom…for the first three months to pee and then pray there was no blood on the toilet paper and then the last three months when I could have really benefitted from having my own catheter and all the months in between. Let’s face it…there is a lot of “bathroom” stuff happening when you are pregnant and if like me, you harboured hopes of regaining your sexy self after the baby was born, having your own...

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USE IT OR LOSE IT- Kegel Exercises

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  The Kegel  (named after Dr. Arnold Kegel) is the name for the exercise used to strengthen the pubococcygeus (PC) muscles that make up the pelvic floor.   These muscles act like a hammock that supports pelvic organs: the bladder, urethra, uterus, and bowel. Why should women do Kegel exercises? Factors such as pregnancy, childbirth, pelvic surgery (such as a cesarean section), being overweight, and the normal effects of aging can result in weakening of the PC muscles. ...

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