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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Both mild and extreme cases of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy can significantly affect food intake and appetite. Research has shown that fluctuations in the hormones leptin and…

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After a miscarriage, it’s very possible to become pregnant, have a full-term pregnancy, and deliver a healthy baby. Most women will have a successful pregnancy the next time…

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All three clinical trials of Elderberry concluded that it is effective against influenza, but only 77 persons were given the treatment. Due to lack of evidence of efficacy…

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If only one coloured line appears on the strip, the test is negative and you are not pregnant. If two coloured lines appear, the test is positive, which…

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What happens when you drink alcohol while pregnant? When a woman drinks alcohol while she is pregnant, the alcohol goes to the baby through her bloodstream. Drinking alcohol…

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Like most other symptoms of pregnancy, these food preferences can be chalked up to hormonal changes. Nasal congestion. Increasing hormone levels and blood production can cause the mucous…

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Blood Type O Linked to Fertility Problems. Oct. 25, 2010 — Researchers say having type O blood can affect a woman’s chances of getting pregnant. Which blood types…

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You should wait to take a pregnancy test until the week after your missed period for the most accurate result. If you don’t want to wait until you’ve…

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What exercise is not safe during pregnancy? Regular physical activity can help reduce your risk of pregnancy complications and ease pregnancy discomforts, such as back pain. Some activities,…

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