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    First Trimester Checklist: 30 Things to Do In The First Trimester Of Your Pregnancy

    Congratulations on your pregnancy! This is such exciting news. I’m sure you are filled with joy and happiness but are you asking yourself the same question what I asked, “Now what?” While you’re preparing for your baby to arrive, there is so much work you have to do before anything. There are a few symptoms during this first trimester that you are going to battle with, and it’s not always easy to get things done. I believe you’ll be too busy learning what things to avoid in early pregnancy, how to get your energy back, or how are you supposed to announce your’s exciting news! But I assure you there…

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    Tips To Treat Cough and Cold During Pregnancy

    If you are pregnant, then this post is for you! The first thing you should know is, everything changes when you become pregnant. That is, from the size of your belly to your heart rate, for over nine months up to childbirth. When you’re expecting, your immune system is also naturally decreased. It runs slower than usual, which is a good thing, as this lower defense system is your body’s way to make sure the baby is protected and stops your body from fighting the fetus off as a foreign body. But, the downside of this immune suppression is, you become more susceptible to illness. When seasons like winter or…


    Home Birth: Reasons To Consider Giving Birth At Home

    When I wasn’t pregnant or even married, I never knew about home birth. I always assumed that babies are born in the hospital. I believed it was the same stuff with everyone like getting an epidural and having a vaginal birth. Of course, I knew about C-sections as well, but my main assumption was that only a hospital was a place where babies are born. I, myself gave birth to both of my kids in a hospital. Though, according to me, my experience was not so flattering. After I had my 2 babies, I heard some people still give and chose to give birth at home. I still assumed that…

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    Morning Sickness Remedies during Pregnancy

    You’re pregnant—Congratulations! Then for some of you, Morning Sickness might have set in. Many women experience nausea and vomiting during pregnancy, especially in the first trimester. The good thing is that usually morning sickness ends on its own around 12 weeks of pregnancy. Some luckiest women will not experience excessive vomiting, but many will have some discomfort due to nausea. However, you can feel groggy and throw up at any time of day. That being said, it’s no entertaining to feel like you have to puke for months on end. But the good news is, you don’t have to suffer from it. There are plenty of ways you can relieve the…