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Pregnancy Symptoms

Pregnancy is nine months of big changes for you and your body; some are wonderful and awe-inspiring, such as quickening; others, such as morning sickness, are a little harder to...er, stomach. But each of these pregnancy symptoms is necessary and plays an integral part in making sure you and your baby are healthy and thriving. So if pregnancy symptoms are getting you down, just remember they're all just side effects of growing new life.




PUPPP and Other Pregnancy Rashes
Approximately one percent of women will develop an itchy, raised rash in the last part of their pregnancy called PUPPP (pruritic uticarial pupules and placques of pregnancy), also known as polymorphic eruption of pregnancy. Read the article


Quickening
One of the most magical and memorable moments of a woman’s pregnancy is feeling the baby move for the first time, an event referred to as quickening. Read the article


Skin Care
Pregnancy can affect your skin in many ways, not all of them desirable. But there are some things you can do to prevent, treat, or at least camouflage most of the changes you may be experiencing. Read the article


Skin Changes
While you are pregnant, so much of your body is transformed that it's tempting to attribute every physical change to your pregnancy alone. You should beware, though, of dismissing every skin change you notice. There is one you need to monitor carefully and there are a few others your physician may be able to help you with. Read the article


Stretches for the Lower Back
The increased flexibility during pregnancy makes you more susceptible to back pain from strains and injuries from abnormal motion. Gentle stretching can help alleviate some aches and pains. Read the article


Tips to Beat Morning Sickness
Morning sickness can come at any time during the day - not just in the morning. There are many things that trigger morning sickness, and many things you can do to help prevent or alleviate the nausea and vomiting. Read the article


What to Say to a Mom-to-Be
New mothers need a tremendous amount of compassion and support throughout the nine months of pregnancy and beyond. Here are a few things to keep in mind when offering advice, support or criticism to a new mother. Read the article


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