Archive for 'Morning Sickness'
Posted on26. Aug, 2013 by APA President.
50-90% of pregnant women are affected by nausea and vomiting. It is one of the most common symptoms of pregnancy. For about 35% of women, nausea and vomiting are severe enough to impair their daily routines. For most women, nausea begins in the first trimester, peaking at approximately 9 weeks, and subsides at around 12 […]
Posted on27. Feb, 2012 by Danielle Buffardi.
When you’re pregnant, you need to be totally aware of what you’re doing to your body. Eating certain foods have been known to affect your growing baby while they’re in utero. Here are three foods and/or ingredients to steer clear of while you’re expecting. Certain types of fish Fish, in general, is a healthy choice, […]
Posted on23. Jan, 2012 by Danielle Buffardi.
Congratulations, you’re pregnant! Wondering what’s going to happen to your physical and emotional state now that you’ll be growing a baby for the next nine months? No problem, I’ve got you covered. Lots of things will be happening, let’s take a look… Physical Changes During the First Trimester: Nausea: Commonly referred to as ‘morning sickness’, […]
Posted on02. Jan, 2012 by Danielle Buffardi.
Morning sickness can happen to any pregnant woman. Some of the old wives’ tales tend to hint that morning sickness happens more if you’re pregnant with a girl but that isn’t always the case. It’s important to know that morning sickness can occur at any time of the day and at any stage throughout your […]
Posted on09. Nov, 2011 by Danielle Buffardi.
Wondering if you could be pregnant? Hoping to maybe decipher some of those early symptoms you may be feeling? Look no further, we’ve got you covered. Sore Breasts: Since you’re at the very early stages of pregnancy, sore breasts can be a great indicator that there may be a bun in the oven. Sore breasts […]
Posted on06. Feb, 2010 by MamaKat.
Yet another morning where you have to control the urge to empty your already empty stomach while brushing your teeth. Morning sickness isn’t something that affects every pregnant woman and it isn’t to the same degree either. Some just have a mild queasiness for part of the day and some have it so extreme that […]