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3rd Trimester: What To Expect At Your Doctor’s Visits

Posted on21. Oct, 2011 by .

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During your third trimester, which runs from weeks 28 – 40, you will be meeting with your OB-GYN much more frequently to ensure things are progressing smoothly. Some doctors will want to see you every other week, some once a month, and others weekly – it all depends on the doctor. For instance, during my […]

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Your 2nd Trimester: What To Expect At Your Doctor’s Visit

Posted on19. Oct, 2011 by .

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Your second trimester is an exciting and happening time. Not only is there a lot going on in utero but you’ll feel more like yourself too. During the first trimester, you may have felt tired, cranky, or even nauseous – not so much in the second trimester. You’ll get some of your energy back and […]

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What To Expect At Your Doctor’s Visit: 1st Trimester

Posted on17. Oct, 2011 by .

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Getting ready to go to your first doctor’s appointment when you’re pregnant can be wonderfully exciting – and it should be. Your appointment should be scheduled anywhere between 5-12 weeks into your pregnancy. However, if your pregnancy is considered high-risk, your doctor will most likely want to see you sooner rather than later. This will […]

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Flexibility, in more ways than one.

Posted on15. Feb, 2010 by .

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Labor can be a scary thought especially for those of us that don’t have a constant calm aura about ourselves. As the special day of meeting your baby approaches, although you want that baby out, you are probably also hoping for a ‘quick and easy’ delivery. Many of us take birthing classes in hopes to […]

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Morning (Noon and Night) Sickness

Posted on06. Feb, 2010 by .

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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 […]

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