Discovering you're pregnant is a very exciting time and one that you definitely want to make the most of, but between now and then, you will still need to go to work and juggle your working life around your pregnancy. Although it will be mostly straightforward, there are going to be certain things you need to think about. So how do you manage your pregnancy while working?
Summer is the perfect time of year to enjoy a trip with your family, but doing so while pregnant can make things slightly more difficult! Here are some summer travel tips for pregnant women, to make sure you enjoy a safe and happy summer holiday.
As soon as you know you’re pregnant, it’s vital that you book in your first prenatal check-up around 8 weeks after your last menstrual cycle. Whilst both a scary and exciting experience, it can be daunting if you don’t know what to expect. Here’s our guide to your first prenatal check-up:
Summertime is the season that most pregnant women prefer to avoid during their later days of pregnancy. Summer might be beautiful and a time for going out to the beach and enjoying the sun but if you’re expecting, and you’re on your late-term pregnancy, it can be excruciating. Here are some of the most common late pregnancy challenges during summer that you might encounter and what you can do about it.
Whilst the summer season is usually one of the most favoured, the heat and humidity that comes with it can create big problems for those who are pregnant. Heatstroke and dehydration , mixed with the difficulties with moving during the third trimester can make the summer season a burden rather than a blessing. So what fun activities can you do that keep you out of the heat but don't leave you feeling bored?
Keeping healthy during pregnancy has never been so important as during the summer months. With temperatures soaring, it's vital you eat the right stuff and get all the necessary nutrients for a healthy pregnancy. Here are some of the best foods to eat when you are pregnant during the summer season.
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Whilst everyone looks forward to enjoying the summer, for those who are pregnant, the harsh summer sun can create a whole host of health problems. Finding activities that keep you occupied indoors is one thing , but taking care of yourself is far more important. When it comes to summer skin care, follow these simple tips.
During the long summer months, it’s vital that you remain properly hydrated. Serious dehydration can create problems and complications, such as neural tube defects and premature labour, both of which could land you in hospital. Here’s a summer guide to preventing dehydration for pregnant women.
When you decide to have a child for the first time, it is important to make adequate preparation for the pregnancy and when the baby arrives. This article will help you go through the pregnancy period with little or no serious complications that may arise due to lack of preparation.
As your second trimester ends and you enter your third trimester of pregnancy, the excitement for your new arrival will build. But there’s still a lot your baby needs before they can be brought into the world. This article is going to take a look at the crucial development between week 28 and birth.