Prepare For Pregnancy – Healthy Pregnancy Tips

You’ve just come from the doctor and he has just given you some news. The news you had been hoping to hear is not good news. Your physician asks you to sit down and he tries to gently prepare you and then it comes, I’m sorry the test was negative. What if, the news had…

Top 5 Pregnancy Tips

Pregnancy is a hard time for any family or single mother. It can drive you to your emotional and physical limits but it is all for the miracle of new life, so here is a brief over view of some helpful tips that will guide and advise you through pregnancy. 1. Remember To Add Extra…

Early Symptoms of Pregnancy

The feeling of being pregnant brings in lot of mixed emotions. It is a feeling of ecstasy that you are going to be a MUMMY!!! You will be playing and caring about a new small member in your family!!! Though the pregnancy starts from the first day of the last menstrual period, the would be…

How long does it take to get pregnant?

No one can say exactly how long it’ll take you to get pregnant. But we can tell you how long it typically takes couples to conceive – and how you can speed things along. How long it takes to conceive The majority of couples get pregnant within three months. Your own timeline could be longer…

How to get pregnant fast

Maybe you’re just really eager to get pregnant, or maybe you hope that your baby will be born at a certain time of year. Here are five ways to boost your chances of conceiving quickly – along with tips for a healthy pregnancy and guidelines on when to be concerned about a fertility problem. How…

HOW LONG SHOULD SEX REALLY LAST?

It’s something we all ask ourselves, or at least wonder about, especially after a questionable nighttime romp. How long is sex supposed to take, normally? Let’s ask some scientists! Researchers did a study on a group that involved 500 couples from around world timing themselves having sex over a four-week period – using a stopwatch….

The ultimate pregnancy to-do list: Third trimester

Use this list to keep track of all your third-trimester tasks, from doing kick counts to making a birth plan and deciding on a baby name. Activities for your third trimester Keep track of your baby’s movements Pay attention to your baby’s kicks, twitches, and rolls and let your doctor or midwife know right away…

The ultimate pregnancy to-do list: Second trimester

Use this list to keep track of all your second-trimester tasks, from investigating childbirth classes to getting your teeth cleaned and creating a baby registry. Activities for your second trimester Find a prenatal exercise class If you haven’t already, now is a good time to start a regular, pregnancy-friendly workout. Joining a class can help…

The ultimate pregnancy to-do list: First trimester

Use this list to keep track of all your first-trimester tasks, from confirming your pregnancy to taking belly photos and learning which foods to avoid. Activities for your first trimester Make sure you’re really pregnant Most home pregnancy tests can accurately detect pregnancy in the week after your period is normally due – two weeks…

Pregnancy sneak peek: An overview of the next 9 months

Congratulations on your pregnancy! There’s no doubt about it: You’ve just walked through a doorway into another world. Now that you’re pregnant, you have a load of new things to learn and many changes to prepare for. Here’s an overview of what’s to come. Your timeline during pregnancy You’ll want to figure out your due…

I’m pregnant: What do I do now?

Congratulations, kudos, and woo hoo – you’re pregnant! In those rare moments when you’re not dancing on air or completely freaking out, you may wonder what you need to do next. Here are the most important things to do as you wait to meet your baby. Start with the pregnancy basics Calculate your baby’s due…

Pregnancy symptoms: Top 11 early signs of pregnancy

Could you be pregnant? Some early pregnancy symptoms may show up around the time you’ve missed a period – or a week or two later. In fact, 7 out of 10 women have early pregnancy symptoms by the time they’re 6 weeks along. If you’re not keeping track of your menstrual cycle or if it…