Pregnancy is full of surprises, and a fair few affect your breasts. Welcome to the world of puffy nipples, leaks and much bigger bras…
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Ginger tea can have certain benefits for pregnant woman such as reducing symptoms of nausea or morning sickness but is it safe to drink during pregnancy?
At 16 weeks pregnant, your baby is about the size of an avocado! Here’s what’s happening to your baby and your body at sixteen weeks pregnant.
If you’re organising a baby shower for yourself or an expectant mum-to-be, we have tips on which games to play, what to buy and how to plan the special day.
Throughout your pregnancy, it is important for both you and your growing baby that you keep fit and healthy, and keep your body in good condition.
Nothing will send you to Dr. Google faster than cramps during pregnancy, especially during early pregnancy. Fortunately, cramping during pregnancy is usually perfectly normal and nothing to worry about. In this article, we’ll discuss the answers to the following questions, and much more: Is cramping normal during pregnancy? What causes cramps during pregnancy? Natural remedies […]
Dreams can get a little weirder in pregnancy, but there’s no need to let is cause mum-to-be anxiety
When your pregnant, certain foods and smells can cause your stomach to churn. But why do we get food aversions in pregnancy and what do they mean?
Nervous about exercising while pregnant? We fill you in on everything you need to know – from the dos and don’ts to the best workouts for labour and beyond.
Placenta praevia is the medical term for a low-lying placenta. While fairly common in pregnancy, it could have an impact on your birth plan.
Looking for pregnancy exercises? Joan Murphy, a co-founder of Frame fitness studio, shares some exercises to get your body in shape while protecting your bump.
Once you find out you are pregnant, you are probably anticipating that first magical kick. Here is everything you need to know about your baby’s movement.
Cats can carry a disease called toxoplasmosis that manifests in cat feces, or poo. Read on for advice on what to do if you catch it when you’re pregnant…
When you’re in the home stretch, an unexpected diagnosis can throw you for a loop. But since 1 in 4 healthy women are colonized with Group B Strep, a GBS diagnosis is a very real possibility for many pregnant women. So what happens if you test positive? Read on to learn all about Group B […]