Only filtered or bottled water is OK for drinking or cooking. In fact, when you’re expecting, filtered or bottled water is your best bet, even if the only…

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The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) advises that pregnant women “avoid eating hot dogs, lunch meats, cold cuts, other deli meats (such as bologna), or fermented or dry…

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Is it OK to drink tea when pregnant? Most caffeinated teas are considered safe to drink during pregnancy, as long as they do not cause a woman’s total…

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Whilst precautions need to be taken around the temperature of the water, having regular warm showers whilst pregnant is perfectly safe. This is because hot water can cause…

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“Your dog is smart enough to pick up on these changes during pregnancy, both in a physical way — which is how your body will be changing, your…

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There are some potential risks to the fetus resulting from maternal exercise including hypoxia, hyperthermia, and abnormal heart rate changes. The benefits, however, appear to outweigh the risks…

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The uterus has not grown large enough to interfere with sleep. However, hormonal changes, nighttime hunger, nausea, and other pregnancy symptoms may make sleep more difficult. As a…

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It’s normal to feel fatigued and even exhausted during the first months of pregnancy. Fatigue, even extreme fatigue, is an early sign of pregnancy that nearly all women…

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Is it normal to have a low temperature when pregnant? Some people tend to run a little warmer when they’re healthy; others tend to be a little cooler….

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