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Once there is pregnancy confirmation, most women say goodbye to caffeine. Many can stop their habit right away without hesitation while other moms to be, shrink their caffeine intake by cutting back on their habits. Why do pregnant women do this? Why do doctors suggest not to drink caffeine? It is important to note that research shows that too much caffeine can cause complications like preterm labor or low birth weight. Some reasons to completely
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Breast Feeding
According to research, breast feeding has many advantages for babies and mothers. Breast milk contains unique substances that are not found in other types of milk. Also, breast milk usually has fewer complications associated with versus cow’s milk. Studies show that it is ideal to breastfeed at least for the first six months and even up to two years. Why is breast milk beneficial? Only breast milk contains colostrum, which is essential for the baby
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During pregnancy, your body may act up a little. Even if you have never had issues with this before you may experience pimples and acne. On the other hand, if you had issues with this before, they may clear up during this time. Whatever your previous history is, you want to keep your skin in optimal state by moisturizing it. If pimples and acne start to appear do not pick, squeeze, scratch or pop them
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Baby bath
As your babies were born, the norm was to wipe them down with a towel before mom or dad held him/her. Today, you may have a choice! It’s just a matter of making up your mind and talking to the nurses at your hospital to ask if you have the opportunity to choose. To bathe or not to bathe? Research indicates that babies are born with a greasy film called vernix. Vernix is a source
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Who doesn’t hate acid reflux? Whether you like it or not, acid reflux or heartburn symptoms may appear when you get pregnant and this due to a few possible reasons: The increase of hormones in your body results in the softening of the ligaments that keep the lower esophageal sphincter firmly closed. When this occurs, you have a reflux of gastric acid and food to the esophagus and throat. Your baby creates more pressure in
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