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Due Date Club of January 2019

First time mom - due in 6 weeks!

Due January 31st and waddling like a champ. Also, I can only fit in sweatpants and PJs. Anyone ...

Pregnancy Questions

33 weeks, 6 days pregnant with "period cramps?"

Hey Ladies, I'm having some weird period cramps (lower back pain and cramps) but obviously I'm not...

Trying to Conceive With PCOS

PCOS and Incompetent Cervix??

I feel like EVERY. SINGLE. TIME. I hear about a second trimester loss due to IC, the woman also just...

Due Date Club of May 2019

Gender scan?

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Due Date Club of May 2019

I had my first ultrasound on Friday

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Can a tipped uterus keep you from getting pregnant?

By JustMommies staff

In most women’s bodies, the uterus is suspended vertically, straight up and down, or tilted slightly forward towards the abdomen. Some women, however, are born with a uterus that is naturally tilted backwards. There is nothing unhealthy about a tipped uterus, and this will not by itself have an impact
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Cramping During Pregnancy

By JustMommies staff

Cramping during pregnancy can be very concerning to a pregnant mother. Cramping can be mild to severe. Cramps can be a signal of a problem or just another sign of a stretching and growing uterus. The question then arises, should I be concerned about cramping? We hope to clarify some of the common causes
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Danger Signs in Pregnancy

By JustMommies staff

Below are a list of signs and symptoms you should be aware of during pregnancy. Should you experience any of these you should consult with your health care provider for further advice. Danger Sign Possible Causes Sudden gush of fluid from vagina Premature rupture of the membranes Vaginal bleeding Abrupted
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Ectopic Pregnancy: 10 Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

By JustMommies staff

pregnant woman in pain An ectopic pregnancy is not just dangerous, but it can be life-threatening. Know what symptoms could be indicators of an ectopic pregnancy.
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Ectopic Pregnancy: 10 Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

By JustMommies staff

pregnant woman in pain An ectopic pregnancy is not just dangerous, but it can be life-threatening. Know what symptoms could be indicators of an ectopic pregnancy.
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Endometriosis

By JustMommies staff

Endometriosis occurs when there is endometrial tissue outside of the endometrial cavity. The endometrium lines a woman's uterus. Although this tissue can be found anywhere, it is commonly found in the pelvic area. What happens to my body if I have endometriosis? The endometrial tissue that has attached
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Heating Pads and Pregnancy

By JustMommies staff

Is it safe to use a heating pad during pregnancy? Heating pads are generally safe to use during pregnancy, as long as you aren’t placing the heating pad directly on your belly. Using a heating pad for sore muscles or an occasional back ache is fine. The concern with pregnant women and heat is that
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Migraine Headaches During Pregnancy

By JustMommies staff

Headaches are very common during pregnancy, especially during the first trimester. Women with a history of migraines may find that they have less migraines during pregnancy. Some women, however, have more frequent migraines during pregnancy. There are also women who have never had a migraine before that
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Pain During Sex - Causes and Treatments

By Maria T. Pepin

Sex is supposed to be a pleasurable experience. If you are noticing some pain during intercourse, it’s important to consult with your doctor right away. Do not ignore the problem because it can impact your relationship and have negative emotional effects as well. Proper treatment can help you go back
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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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