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  • Nursing Bras Guide  By : Jane Bear
    If you're planning on breastfeeding your baby, you'll need to think about buying some nursing bras. Breastfeeding a baby, especially outside of the home, can be tough at times, so it's worth spending a little time and thought before you buy the nursing bra that is right for you.
  • Plan B: Preventing Accidental Pregnancies the Morning After  By :
    Plan B is the latest innovation in birth control pills. It is designed to be taken the morning after indulging in sexual activity to prevent unwanted pregnancies from a missed dose of the pill, a failure in other birth control methods such as a broken condom or displaced intrauterine device or after being sexually assaulted.
  • A Shadow Over Your Pregnancy: How Preexisting Health Conditions can Affect You and Your Baby  By :
    Preconception planning is an important step for women with preexisting conditions to take when considering the possibility of becoming pregnant. This should be done with the advice of a doctor to ensure that the illness will not adversely affect the development of the unborn child or endanger the lives of both mother and child.
  • Cute Baby Furniture  By : Jane Bear
    If you are expecting a baby soon, you must be looking for new baby furniture. You will want to look closely and choose wisely the furniture for your baby because you will enjoy this stage for months to come. However, baby products are marketed very heavily making choosing confusing, especially for new parents.
  • Fathers Dealing with Postpartum Depression  By :
    This article relates the significance of new mothers that deals with postpartum depression. New research studies have shown that fathers can also get depressed after the baby is born. Certain factors contribute to fathers getting postpartum depression, and how this study aims to provide help for those new parents that get depressed.
  • Pregnancy Guide  By : Jane Bear
    Pregnancy is the most thrilling period of a woman's life; it marks remarkable changes in the woman's body, both mental and physical. There is a great deal of excitement marked by anxiety and uncertainty, which accompanies these changes. However, a woman need not get unnecessarily worried and have sleepless nights. Knowing and appreciating these changes can help one lead a better life during these nine months.
  • Paternity Test Tips  By : Jane Bear
    Long ago it was legal for a child's heritage if a man claimed that he is the father of the child. Presently with the dawn of the new age in science and technology, everything seems to be attainable. With high tech gadgets and state of the art innovative devices, one can easily do what might be unimaginable decades ago, like detecting a fingerprint, a lying person, and even determining the father of your child through paternity testing.
  • Managing Postpartum Depression Through Medications And Therapy  By : cathy
    This article focuses on postpartum depression that most women experience after their pregnancy. There are three categories that go from mild to severe depression, and tackles different ways to cope with such. New mothers can get information from this article since it gives out ways in dealing with postpartum depression.
  • Maternity Insurance Information  By : Jane Bear
    The period of time from conception to the birth of the baby is called maternity. As they await the coming of their new baby, expectant parents are filled with anticipation and excitement. However, this is also a very stressful period for the couple, most especially to the mother-to-be. While the physical, emotional and lifestyle changes they have to deal with may already be a lot to handle, they must also deal with the financial burdens, whether they like it or not.
  • Baby in the Boardroom : How to Juggle the Demands of Pregnancy and Your Job  By : cathy
    As long as a woman is healthy and regularly sees her doctor, there is no reason why she should not continue to work while she is pregnant. This poses little or no risk to the child. But if the health of the mother and the unborn child is threatened, certain changes must be made to accommodate their needs.
  • Postpartum Depression: More Than Just the “Baby Blues”  By : naix
    Research shows that infants of depressed mothers are at increased risk of behavioral problems, emotional difficulties, and delays in growth and language development. If the mother's depression is not treated promptly, the baby can be greatly affected. With a combination of proper medication and therapy, postpartum depression is treatable.
  • Baby Blues: The Challenges of Postpartum Depression  By : mjb
    This article provides information regarding “baby blues” --- a mental and emotional state that occurs right after pregnancy. Women who experience post-partum depression can feel a shift in their mood and attitude towards their own baby. Postpartum depression symptoms, risk factors, and preventive measures are also discussed at length.
  • Managing Those After- Birth Woes  By :
    Experiencing depression after childbirth isn't a character flaw or a weakness, sometimes it's simply part of giving birth. However, if a woman's depression takes a while, it should be properly treated. This article identifies three types of postpartum depression: baby blues,postpartum depression and postpartum psychosis.
  • Pregnancy After Tubal Reversal - What Are Your Chances?  By : Sandra Wilson
    There are many factors which will need to be taken into consideration by a woman after tubal reversal surgery has been carried and she is looking to conceive. Certainly for some women once the procedure has been carried out they find they become pregnant quite quickly afterwards, but for others it will take some time. There are a number of different factors a woman will need to consider in relation to her pregnancy after tubal reversal actually being successful.
  • Working Out With Baby  By : alexis
    It is important for pregnant women to maintain a low-impact exercise regimen to boost their mood, improve sleep, reduce aches and pains associated with pregnancy, strengthens muscles and builds endurance. This helps their body carry the demands of pregnancy and childbirth with ease.
  • Pregnant Women Deserve Only the Very Best  By :
    This article is about pregnant women and how they are when they are pregnant. By taking prenatal vitamins, it would help in reducing health risks for both the mother and the baby. Gaining weight is also important, since this could give the idea that both of you are doing well and healthy. A simple guideline on what to eat and what to avoid is also included in this article.
  • Healthy Pregnancy : To Deliver Healthy Babies  By : Apurva Shree
    Pregnancy health of the mother is the prime concern of every physician, as the health of the baby depends entirely on the mother.
  • Pregnancy Week By Week : Keep Track Of Life Growing Within You  By : Apurva Shree
    Pregnancy week by week tracking tools or calendars are great tools for keeping track of your baby's growth during pregnancy.
  • Prepare Yourself For Pregnancy After 40  By : Apurva Shree
    So, you have finally become pregnant after 40 after years of struggle with infertility.
  • Know Your Pregnancy Week By Week  By : Apurva Shree
    Keeping a tab on your pregnancy week by week is a good idea, if you want to avoid unnecessary worries and anxieties.
  • Heartburn During Pregnancy  By : Apurva Shree
    Heartburn pregnancy is one of the most common pregnancy symptoms women experience in the early trimester of the pregnancy.
  • Sign of Pregnancy : Keep Your Spirits High  By : Apurva Shree
    Its important to not let the sign of pregnancy or early sign of pregnancy bog you down.
  • Weight Planning : Important For Pregnancy  By : Apurva Shree
    Weight planning is of utter importance to pregnancy.
  • Teenage Pregnancy: Think And Re-think Your Choices  By : aseya
    An unplanned pregnancy is a traumatic event, this is especially true among teen-age girls. Teen pregnancy is one of the most difficult experience a young person might ever face. It can interrupt school or other plans in their young lives. But with options available nowadays, teenagers now have an opportunity and choose the best for them and their babies.
  • Depression And Pregnancy: A Mother And Child's Life Compromised  By : aseya
    Pregnancy can be a special moment for expectant mothers and couples. But, it can also be a time for depression among pregnant women. Depression among pregnant women has a lot of causes. This article tries to identify them and provide some factors to help them cope depression during this momentous but also a difficult time in a woman's life.
  • Finding Financial Assistance for Tubal Reversal  By : Sandra Wilson
    You have now decided that you want to go ahead with tubal reversal surgery, but the biggest thing you will be faced with once you have made this decision is how you are going to pay for it. The best thing to do then is to start investigating what kind of financial assistance for tubal reversal there is and which you qualify for.
  • Watching What You and Your Baby Eat  By : mjb
    Pregnant women have special dietary needs, and this means improving the quality of their diet. They need to follow a healthy diet not only for their body, but more importantly for the development of their unborn child. During pregnancy women should avoid or reduce the intake of certain items.
  • Eating for Two: The Pregnant Woman's Diet  By : aseya
    Pregnant women have special dietary needs. They need to follow a healthy diet not only for their body, but more importantly for the development of their unborn child. Eating for two does not mean increasing one's food intake, but refers to improving the quality of one's diet.
  • Are You Ready For Labor?  By : Godrob
    If this is your first pregnancy the prospect of giving birth can be a daunting one. In fact, after the adulation of discovering you are pregnant has passed, it’s common to feel apprehensive even scarred about the whole giving birth experience.
  • Stressed Out On Your First pregnancy?  By : alexis
    This article is about how having a baby changes a woman's life. There are differences and changes in lifestyle when a woman gets pregnant. It is important for the expectant mother to know more about pregnancy from the help of family and friends. They need to know more information about possible health risks and how to eat right. Exercise and proper diet are considered essential to having a safe pregnancy.

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