Based on her thorough review of the research into light and moderate drinking during pregnancy, Oster recommends capping your alcohol consumption during the first trimester to one or…

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Supplements made from the body (flesh) of fish, often called omega-3 supplements, are safe to take in pregnancy. However, you need to check that nothing else has been…

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A person may be able to stretch the fluid an inch or more between their fingers. Post-ovulation (days 14–22): After ovulation, the body releases the hormone progesterone, which…

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Pneumonia refers to a serious type of lung infection. It’s often a complication of the common cold or flu that happens when the infection spreads to the lungs….

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Yes, it’s safe to use hair removal creams, although you may find that they irritate your skin now you’re pregnant. The chemicals in hair removal creams work on…

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It is usually about ¼ to ½ inch wide and stretches vertically down your belly from the pubis to the umbilicus. The pregnancy line or linea nigra usually…

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So the short answer is yes, eggs are safe to eat during pregnancy — as long as they’re pasteurized and cooked. The key is safe preparation. Is scrambled…

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How can I enjoy my pregnancy? 25 Ways to Love Being Pregnant Take advantage of your status. Never again will more people be so willing to help you….

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Despite its name, morning sickness can happen any time of the day or night and include the following: A queasy feeling similar to being carsick or seasick. Nausea…

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Is it okay to eat a rare steak during pregnancy? No, it’s best not to risk it. Undercooked meats can carry toxoplasma gondii, a parasite that could cause…

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