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Pelvic Over-Flexibility in Pregnancy? Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction

By JustMommies staff

As a woman progresses through her pregnancy, she may experience a loosening in her pelvic joints. This is the body's way of naturally preparing the body for childbirth, and the passage of a baby through the birth canal. The pelvis is a circular bone located about six inches below the navel. The left
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Pelvic Over-Flexibility in Pregnancy? Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction

By JustMommies staff

As a woman progresses through her pregnancy, she may experience a loosening in her pelvic joints. This is the body's way of naturally preparing the body for childbirth, and the passage of a baby through the birth canal. The pelvis is a circular bone located about six inches below the navel. The left
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Period's late, but negative home pregnancy test: Could I be pregnant?

By JustMommies staff

Your period is late, you're having pregnancy symptoms, but you are still getting a negative pregnancy test. Could you still be pregnant? If you're not pregnant, why is your period late and what should you do about it? Negative pregnancy test, but no period - Could I still be pregnant? Absolutely! It
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Period's late, but negative home pregnancy test: Could I be pregnant?

By JustMommies staff

Your period is late, you're having pregnancy symptoms, but you are still getting a negative pregnancy test. Could you still be pregnant? If you're not pregnant, why is your period late and what should you do about it? Negative pregnancy test, but no period - Could I still be pregnant? Absolutely! It
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Pineapples to Induce Labor

By JustMommies staff

Most tropical fruits such as pineapples, mango, papaya, and kiwi contain proteolytic enzymes, enzymes which break down protein and are thought to have certain medicinal properties. Pineapples have been used as an anti-inflammatory, digestive aid, diuretic, and also to induce labor. Bromelain, a type
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Pitocin: A Controversial Childbirth Topic

By JustMommies staff

Pitocin is a man made synthetic drug form of Oxytocin, a hormone made in the body that causes the uterus to contract. Doctors generally use Pitocin to start labor and speed up the labor process. Pitocin is also used to help the body expel the placenta or stop heavy bleeding. Natural Labor Progression:
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Placenta Accreta

By JustMommies staff

If you're in the second trimester of your pregnancy and experiencing spotting or clots, your ob-gyn may say to "wait and see" whether the placenta moves up from your cervix, which might indicate you have placenta accreta. However, if your symptoms occur in the third trimester, your doctor might be more
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Placenta Encapsulation: Instructions, Benefits, and Reasons to Give it a Try

By JustMommies staff

You may have heard of placentophagia (or eating the placenta) thanks to celebrities like Tom Cruise, who in 2006 reportedly planned to consume his partner Katie Holmes' placenta, and more recently, January Jones, who told People that she took vitamins and placenta capsules after giving birth to give
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Placental Abruption

By JustMommies staff

An uncommon, but very serious complication in pregnancy is called placental abruption or Abruptio Placenta. This condition requires immediate medical attention. After an egg is fertilized in the fallopian tube, it travels down to the uterus and implants itself. The uterus provides an environment for
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Placenta Previa Symptoms and Treatment

By JustMommies staff

What is placenta previa? If you've heard the word, you have probably figured out just from the word alone that it has something to do with the placenta. You are exactly right. Placenta previa occurs when the placenta attaches in the lower portion of the uterus instead of in the normal position in the
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