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7 Tips To Make Your Summer Pregnancy a Breeze

Despite its many joys, a summer pregnancy can be uncomfortable for many women. As if all the changes happening within your body weren’t enough to cause discomfort, environmental factors outside of your body can make pregnancy even harder than it already is. The warmer months and higher temperatures can bring about additional challenges for pregnant […]

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Can You Exercise While Pregnant? Workout Ideas For Each Trimester

Whether it’s your first time or not — every pregnancy can come with a slew of new questions. What should you be eating? How should you be sleeping? And can you exercise while pregnant? We’re here to answer the last question and break it down by each trimester — with workout ideas to boot! Read […]

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Fertility Tests For Women: Should I Get One?

Are you considering fertility tests for women? Are you trying for a pregnancy and feeling frustrated when your at-home pregnancy test shows the dreaded negative result? Are you not quite, but nearly there and wondering what the deal with fertility is in the first place? We’re here to give you all the information you need. […]

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Postpartum Care: 5 Tips To Ease The Transition

Are you looking for a fool-proof postpartum care plan? Let’s say you’ve just come home with your bouncing baby, your new bundle of joy. It’s exciting, exhausting, and a little nerve wracking. You might begin to think, “Now what?” For even the most well-researched or “over-prepared” new parent, the realm of postpartum life can come […]

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Post-Baby Blues? Here Are 5 Ways To Help

It seems counterintuitive, but sometimes during what is arguably one of the most joyful (albeit stressful) times in our lives, we can’t help but to feel depressed. Thankfully, it has nothing to do with how you feel about your newborn bundle of joy, it’s actually quite common. Approximately 70-80% of all new mothers experience negative […]

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