Category Archives: Prenatal
Feeling lost with this new language during pregnancy? We’re here to help. UTERUS Also known as the womb, this is where your baby grows and develops. AMNIOTIC SAC Sometimes called “bag of water”, this sac is filled with amniotic fluid
With so many baby products and equipment out there, it’s easy to feel bombarded with information. So what baby products are the real must-haves? SLEEP SWEET BABE Baby’s going to need a place to sleep, so you can either invest
There is a whole lot of advice on what pregnant women should eat and not eat—most of which sounds pretty straight forward on paper. But when it comes to real life, all the suggestions can be tough to remember, let alone
Premature birth can have a huge impact and while it’s natural to put your baby first, you also need to look after yourself. No one expects to give birth before they’ve bought the baby equipment, taken antenatal classes or started maternity leave.
Swollen ankles and puffy fingers ankles and puffy fingers are common in pregnancy. Read on for ways to reduce fluid retention. Gradual swelling in your hands, feet, ankles and calves is common in pregnancy, especially towards the end. It’s caused by the increased fluid in your
How To Tell If Your labour Has Started All mums-to-be worry if they’ll know for sure when their baby’s on the way. Remove all doubt with these fail-safe signs… SERIOUS MOOD SWINGS You might have got used to feeling more up
Iron deficiency is one of the most common nutritional deficiencies and can have a big impact on your health. It’s particularly important during your pregnancy and for your child at six months and during toddler hood. Pregnancy During pregnancy, iron