About half of all pregnant women report feeling nauseous during pregnancy. It's due to a combination of a drop in blood sugar levels and/or fluctuating pregnancy hormones. And it can be really, really tough.
You might be keen to get rid of some of your baby weight after the birth, but to begin with, walking will have to do, until your midwife gives you the green light to increase your efforts.
How do you know if it's started? There's a sure sign; regular contractions. When the contractions get as frequent as three in ten minutes, it could be time to go.
Ultrasound scans are available to all pregnant women, and are an exciting experience for many. Often it's during an ultrasound scan that you truly realise you're going to be a parent. It can be especially wonderful for dads and older siblings.
I have heartburn, what can I do?
How often should the baby move?
How much weight will I gain?
I’m so worried about having a miscarriage, is there anything I can do to prevent one?
I’m really, really afraid of the birth, what shall I do?
I occasionally have stabbing pains in my sides, is that anything to worry about?
A lot of pregnant women experience back pain and pain in the pelvis. Here are some things you can do to ease the pain.
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