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Due Date Club of September 2018

Who has had a baby....

I did she arrived Friday September 21st weighing 7lbs 1oz 20.5 inches. She is absolutely adorable an...

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Managing Gestational Diabetes

By Rebecca Pillar

Most women find that as soon as they find out they are pregnant, they start watching everything they put into their body. They drink more water, make healthier food choices and just overall take better care of themselves. Depending on your doctor or midwife, somewhere between 12 and 20 weeks gestation,
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Maternity Leave 101: Planning Your Maternity Leave

By JustMommies staff

By Nancy Da Silva If you’re a member of the work force, as soon as you find out your pregnant, you’re going to have to start thinking about maternity leave. You need to decide how much time you’re going to need versus how much time you’ll be allowed to take off from your work. You may also consider
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Melasma: Mask of Pregnancy

By JustMommies staff

You're thrilled that you're expecting, but are noticing changes in your skin tone that you weren't expecting? Perhaps you're not pregnant and you're taking birth control pills-but there are dark patches on your skin. Maybe you don't fit either of these scenarios, yet your face has brown patches on it.
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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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Miscarriage May Result in Future Pregnancy Complications

By JustMommies staff

A recent report on Reuters Health suggests that women who have had a miscarriage may be more likely to have complications with future pregnancies, even if they have only had one miscarriage. Dr. Sohinee Bhattacharya of the Aberdeen Maternity Hospital and her colleagues looked at the records for 32,000
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Miscarriage May Result in Future Pregnancy Complications

By JustMommies staff

A recent report on Reuters Health suggests that women who have had a miscarriage may be more likely to have complications with future pregnancies, even if they have only had one miscarriage. Dr. Sohinee Bhattacharya of the Aberdeen Maternity Hospital and her colleagues looked at the records for 32,000
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Miscarriage Symptoms

No one symptom means a miscarriage is occurring, but it is good to pay attention to your body and consult your doctor.
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Mocktail Recipes

By Esther Blum

Excerpted with permission from Thalia !Radiante!: The Ultimate Guide to a Fit and Fabulous Pregnancy Mocktails Recipes By nutritionist Esther Blum, MS, RD, CDN, CNS These guilt-free cocktails are especially fabulous to serve when you’re hosting other pregnant friends or if you’re feeling celebratory
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Molar Pregnancy

By JustMommies staff

Molar pregnancy, also referred to as Hydatidiform Mole, occurs when something goes wrong during conception. Ideally, conception occurs when 1 sperm from a male fertilizes 1 egg from a female. The fertilization causes an amazing fusion of genetic material from the father and mother to create a new person.
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Molar Pregnancy

By JustMommies staff

Molar pregnancy, also referred to as Hydatidiform Mole, occurs when something goes wrong during conception. Ideally, conception occurs when 1 sperm from a male fertilizes 1 egg from a female. The fertilization causes an amazing fusion of genetic material from the father and mother to create a new person.
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