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Monthly Archives: June 2012

  • Sex during Pregnancy

    Is it safe to have sex during pregnancy? In normal pregnancies, it is safe to have sex until the water breaks or you go into labour. You will not hurt the baby by having sex during pregnancy so you may have to come up with a better excuse if you’re not in the mood to have sex! A thick mucous plug which seals the cervix will not only guard against infection but also not allow Continue Reading

  • Preparing a Nursery for Baby | Baby Centre

    The prospect of getting ready for baby by preparing the nursery is an exciting one for parents. But in all the excitement of exercising regularly, taking prenatal vitamins, eating right and regular doctor visits, many expectant mothers forget to put this on their to-do list before the baby arrives. This may leave some parents running around in circles trying to find the ideal place for baby’s crib and other baby paraphernalia when it comes time Continue Reading

  • Planning for another baby

    Are you ready to do this all over again? Thank your stars that you don’t remember what labour was like, or you wouldn’t be pondering a second pregnancy! It must be something about the whole mothering experience that makes us want to do it another time! Before planning a second pregnancy, there are many factors that one must consider. Your health Experts believe that it takes at least one full year for a woman’s body Continue Reading

  • Pregnant with Twins

    Finding out that you are pregnant is life-altering in itself, but finding out that you are pregnant with twins or triplets feels like you have hit the jackpot! But whether you are overjoyed or are simply overwhelmed by this news, the fact remains that you have to get through the pregnancy. Are the rules for this one the same as that for a singleton pregnancy? Signs that you may be carrying multiples Like most parents, Continue Reading

  • Preparing Older Children about Pregnancy

    You just found out you are pregnant, and the first thing that pops into your mind is, “How will I tell my children about this new addition?” You are certainly not the first or the last one that will struggle with how your child will receive this news. While it may be exciting for your child now, it may be one of the tougher things that he or she will have to deal with and Continue Reading