Let comfort be your guide: it is important to avoid a bra that is too tight, a bra that puts too much pressure on your breasts may result…

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The WHO recommends 24 months between pregnancies. A shorter interval may be appropriate if the pregnancy ended in abortion or miscarriage, typically 6 months. What is the shortest…

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Yes. Some massage chair manufacturers recommend that pregnant women not use these chairs because of a concern that stimulating pressure points on the back could cause premature labor….

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Feeling thirsty, as well as urinating more often than usual, is a common symptom in pregnancy and usually nothing to worry about. Very occasionally, these problems can be…

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Chia seeds are nutritious, and they are safe to consume while pregnant or breastfeeding. There are very few risks involved, though it may be a good idea to…

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Starting around 6 to 8 weeks, you may notice your breasts getting bigger, and they’ll continue to grow throughout your pregnancy. It’s common to go up a cup…

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The short answer is no. Despite all of the claims out there, it isn’t possible to have a period while you’re pregnant. Rather, you might experience “spotting” during…

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Can you eat Dairylea when pregnant? Yes! Because everything we make is pasteurised, this makes Dairylea a great option for all your expectant mums-to-be. Can you eat cheese…

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Some types of fish contain high levels of mercury, which can be harmful to the developing fetus. Pregnant women should: Limit to one serve (150g) per fortnight –…

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If you’re leery of medications while you’re pregnant, there’s some good news. You may not need to take any additional medications to treat your diarrhea. In fact, most…

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