You may not notice any symptoms at first. However, some women who have an ectopic pregnancy have the usual early signs or symptoms of pregnancy — a missed…

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The CDC advises pregnant women not to eat soft cheeses such as feta, Brie and Camembert, blue-veined cheeses, or Mexican-style cheeses such as queso blanco, queso fresco, and…

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It is a myth that calcium is lost from the mother’s teeth during pregnancy. The calcium your baby needs is provided by your diet, not by your teeth….

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Having sex as close as possible to the time of ovulation increases the chance of pregnancy. If a woman has sex six or more days before she ovulates,…

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Steiner (1922) reported that almost all pregnant women report a stronger sense of smell, usually in the early months of pregnancy and particularly in the first pregnancy. Is…

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The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) advises that pregnant women “avoid eating hot dogs, lunch meats, cold cuts, other deli meats (such as bologna), or fermented or dry…

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Although you want to stay hydrated while pregnant, drinking large amounts of water close to bedtime will only cause you problems when it comes to catching a little…

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Why do I keep waking up so early pregnancy? Women can experience insomnia during all stages of pregnancy, but it tends to be more common in the first…

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It’s best not to take ibuprofen during your pregnancy, and it’s particularly important to avoid it after you’re 30 weeks pregnant, unless it’s been prescribed by your GP….

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Yes, it’s possible to get pregnant any time from about three weeks after giving birth. This is true even if you’re breastfeeding and haven’t had a period yet….

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