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Rh Negative Blood and Pregnancy

How Rh negative blood impacts your pregnancy and how to prevent incompatibilities.
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Saunas, Hot Tubs & Hot Baths During Pregnancy

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Sitting in a sauna or hot tub might seem like the perfect antidote for pregnancy aches and pains, but the medical truth is that pregnant women should stay out of saunas and hot tubs. The high temperatures in those environments can raise core body temperature, which could be dangerous for expectant mothers
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Seafood and Pregnancy

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Seafood – edible freshwater fish and shellfish – offers many nutritional benefits. It’s high in protein, low in saturated fats and is rich in healthful omega-3 fatty acids. When you’re pregnant, seafood should be part of your diet, but there are some important factors to keep in mind when including
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Sex During Pregnancy

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Pregnancy is a wonderful time for you and your partner as you celebrate all of the amazing changes in your growing body. But for many couples, fears and superstitions about sex during pregnancy hold them back from sharing the ultimate physical expression of joy. Is sex during pregnancy really safe, and
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Signs of a Multiple Pregnancy

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So you think you might be having multiples? Is your belly growing faster than you think it should be? Do you have a family history of twins? Or do you just have a funny feeling that twins are in your future? Below is a list of signs/symptoms of a mutliple pregnancy. Multiple Pregnancy Symptoms Fundal
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Spotting During Early Pregnancy

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First Trimester Spotting If you are pregnant and notice even the smallest amount of blood in your underwear or upon wiping, you may be alarmed. Spotting, similar to bleeding during pregnancy, can occur at any point in your pregnancy. Spotting is slight bleeding usually noticed when wiping or as slight
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Spotting During Early Pregnancy

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First Trimester Spotting If you are pregnant and notice even the smallest amount of blood in your underwear or upon wiping, you may be alarmed. Spotting, similar to bleeding during pregnancy, can occur at any point in your pregnancy. Spotting is slight bleeding usually noticed when wiping or as slight
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Subchorionic Hematoma

woman ultrasound doctor subchorionic hematoma Learn about SCH and how to work through it with your medical professional.
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Teen Pregnancy Rate on the Rise in 2006

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According to a new report from the CDC, the teen birth rate has gone up for the first time in 14 years. The teen birth rate rose from 40.5 live births per 1,000 females aged 15-19 years in 2005 to 41.9 births per 1,000 in 2006. This is a 3 percent increase and the first increase in teen births since
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Too Much Amniotic Fluid (Polyhydramnios)

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A baby growing in its mother’s uterus is surrounded by a sac containing amniotic fluid, which serves several vital functions. The fluid protectively cushions the developing fetus, helps to prevent infection and maintain a constant temperature inside the womb, gives the baby room to move around, which
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