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Preventing Stretch Marks

By JustMommies staff

If you’re pregnant or thinking about becoming pregnant, chances are, you’ve given a thought or two about stretch marks. Stretch marks are the pinkish, sometimes bluish/purple streaks that can appear anywhere on the body. Stretch marks occur when the middle layer of the skin, the dermis, becomes damaged
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Progesterone Levels During Pregnancy

By JustMommies staff

What is progesterone? Progesterone is a hormone produced by the ovaries that helps prepare the uterus for pregnancy. It is first produced by the corpus luteum in the ovaries and later is maintained by the placenta What does progesterone do? Helps to regulate the menstrual cycle. Prepares the lining of
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Progesterone (P17) Shots to Prevent Premature Labor

By JustMommies staff

A baby is considered premature if he is born before 37 weeks. According to the March of Dimes, 1 in 8 births are considered premature or preterm. There are a few things that put a woman at higher risk of going into labor prematurely. These include a diagnosis of incompetent cervix, uterine abnormalities,
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Progesterone (P17) Shots to Prevent Premature Labor

By JustMommies staff

A baby is considered premature if he is born before 37 weeks. According to the March of Dimes, 1 in 8 births are considered premature or preterm. There are a few things that put a woman at higher risk of going into labor prematurely. These include a diagnosis of incompetent cervix, uterine abnormalities,
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PUPPP Rash During Pregnancy

By JustMommies staff

PUPPP is a rash that can show up during the last trimester of pregnancy. It stands for Pruritic Urticarial Papules and Plaques of Pregnancy, hence the acronym. PUPPP is estimated to affect about one out of every 160 to 240 women. Doctors don't know exactly what causes it, but it presents as a rash on
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Quitting Smoking During Pregnancy

When you're not pregnant, you can take just about any pill, wear any patch or chew any gum. However, everything changes once you conceive. Quitting smoking is a huge step toward a greater level of health and wellness--for both you and your baby. Choosing not to quit can have grave impacts like stillbirth,
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Quitting Smoking During Pregnancy

When you're not pregnant, you can take just about any pill, wear any patch or chew any gum. However, everything changes once you conceive. Quitting smoking is a huge step toward a greater level of health and wellness--for both you and your baby. Choosing not to quit can have grave impacts like stillbirth,
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Quitting Smoking During Pregnancy

When you're not pregnant, you can take just about any pill, wear any patch or chew any gum. However, everything changes once you conceive. Quitting smoking is a huge step toward a greater level of health and wellness--for both you and your baby. Choosing not to quit can have grave impacts like stillbirth,
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Rashes During Pregnancy

By JustMommies staff

There are a number of different rashes that can develop on a woman's body during pregnancy. The hormonal changes that the body goes through are often to blame for these conditions. The rashes can range from ones that are itchy and annoying, but not serious, to conditions that are potentially life-threatening
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Retained Placenta

By JustMommies staff

A retained placenta occurs when all or part of the placenta remains inside the uterus after child birth. Normally the placenta is delivered within minutes to an hour after child birth. For some women, the placenta doe not deliver naturally and must be physically removed. There are three main types of
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