Whether you have issues with regular (traditional) pregnancy products or not, there’s just something special about wanting to protect your baby’s health and pureness from conception to birth. I’ve got some great suggestions for you… that helped me when I was pregnant and looking for organic pregnancy products on a budget. See which ingredients in foods & beauty products are safe to use during pregnancy.
Wondering what symptoms you can expect during your 1st trimester of pregnancy? Here you'll find real experiences, honest opinions, and helpful advice from women who've been through their first trimester of pregnancy and have some valuable tips to share with you. Here's what you can REALLY expect during your early stages of pregnancy...
When you have a summer pregnancy like I did, you have to find some creative ways to beat the heat. When you’re pregnant, you feel hotter than other people — and your baby feels even hotter than you do! Here are more than 30 fun ways to stay cool during the hot summer months when you’re expecting.
Deciding when to start announcing pregnancy isn’t always easy. I had very different experiences with my first pregnancy, compared to my second and third pregnancies. Here are my best tips – reasons to tell everyone right away, and reasons to wait a little longer. Plus, how to tell work you’re pregnant
What do you do when prenatal vitamins make you sick and vomit? Here’s what happened to me, when I tried prescription prenatal vitamins PreNate, then an expensive organic prenatal vitamin capsule. Also includes tips for taking prenatal vitamins so that they don’t make your stomach upset.
We usually hear about the sweet & rosy things associated with pregnancy. Here are some of the lesser known facts about pregnancy & what happens to your body
Pregnant? Here’s what you need to know about cats, stretch marks, taking baths, prenatal vitamins, and eating fish. Don’t believe the pregnancy myths!
Pregnancy cravings often center around junk foods & sweet snacks. Here’s how to stay strong when the pregnancy food cravings strike!
Pains during pregnancy are common in the 1st trimester – as your body adjusts to the new life growing inside. 5 pregnancy pains you’re likely to experience.
If you’re pregnant, chances are you will experience morning sickness – over 80% of women do. Here are 5 things you should know about nausea during pregnancy
Pregnancy after miscarriage is a difficult thing to talk about. Here are some of the problems you may face if you try to conceive a child after suffering a previous miscarriage. Plus, advice for overcoming those issues.
You are sure to have questions with your first pregnancy or if you’re trying to conceive for the first time. Is Vaginal Bleeding Normal When Pregnant? Are Acrylic Nails Safe During Pregnancy? How Much Should You Eat During Pregnancy? How Do You Know When You’re Ovulating? Here are the answers to these 4 common pregnancy questions.
There’s a lot about how the expectant dad can help the mom-to-be through the pregnancy, but finding help for the dad himself isn’t quite as simple. Just like mothers-to-be, expectant fathers also need information, reassurance, and advice during the various stages of pregnancy. Following are some of the best online resources and books just for fathers-to-be.
If you’re pregnant and about to take a trip, you’re probably wondering how safe it is to be flying pregnant. While it is generally safe to fly during pregnancy, there are some things you can do to make the trip comfortable. Oh, and there are a few times when you should NOT be flying pregnant. Here’s the scoop.
Do you think you might be pregnant, but you’re not sure? There are several possible signs of pregnancy that you should take a look at. Along with a trip to the doctor and a home pregnancy test, these tips should help you decide for sure whether you’re pregnant or not.
Are you experiencing some unusual pregnancy symptoms & signs? Are you worried that there might be something wrong? Relax. There are several strange pregnancy signs & symptoms that aren’t dangerous, but instead are perfectly normal.
If you’ve just discovered you’re pregnant and have yet to choose a pregnancy healthcare provider, here’s what you need to know.
Does the idea of a baby heart monitor for your unborn child make you feel better about knowing your baby is healthy and safe? You may want to reconsider that thought once you see these findings.
If you’re a woman who suffers from an eating disorder and you’re pregnant, then you may be having trouble getting optimal weight gain during pregnancy. Healthy weight gain during pregnancy is important, and there are things you can do to ensure you have it!
If you’re an athlete and have suddenly found out that you’re pregnant, you probably have lots of questions about putting together your pregnancy workout. Up until the last few years doctors told women, athletes included, that 140 beats per minute during exercise was it, that even if a mom-to-be was a conditioned athlete she should not go over that. Times have changed though, and there are new guidelines for pregnant athletes.
Before you take a prescription medication or over-the-counter medication for cold, flu, or nausea contact your doctor. There are incredible dangers associated with mixing pregnancy & medication. When it comes to pregnancy & medication, it’s always better to error on the side of caution.
Pregnancy yoga is a little different from regular yoga. This video shows what you need to know about practicing yoga while pregnant.
This video shows what you need to know if you’re going to be traveling while you are pregnant. Great tips here!
A new drug called Metoclopramide has been proven safe to take for morning sickness during pregnancy. However, many women still won’t take it.
Sexually transmitted diseases aren’t uncommon during pregnancy. Here’s what pregnant women need to know to avoid getting an STD while pregnant.
Antibiotics during pregnancy are a hot topic these days. Do you know which antibiotics are safe for pregnant women to take? Here’s one antibiotic that IS safe, and 2 antibiotics that are NOT safe to take during pregnancy.