EARLY PREGNANCY SYMPTOMS

Early pregnancy symptoms appear during the first weeks of gestation when lots of expecting moms don’t even know they are pregnant. This happens because these manifestations aren’t specific to pregnancy only – some of them are quite similar to signs appearing during the menstrual period, while others are symptoms that anyone experiences in certain moments… [Continue Reading]

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DIARRHEA DURING PREGNANCY

Is it Normal to Have Diarrhea During Pregnancy? Diarrhea during pregnancy is very common for most women, so whether you’re planning on having a child or you are already pregnant, you shouldn’t panic if you experience severe diarrhea during pregnancy. If you have frequent loose watery stools in a day you have diarrhea. Diarrhea during pregnancy first… [Continue Reading]

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FREQUENT URINATION IN PREGNANCY

Frequent urination in pregnancy is triggered by the extra pressure that your growing uterus exerts on the bladder. But the womb will keep growing for almost nine months, so wouldn’t you like to know how to overcome this issue? Frequent Urination in Pregnancy – What is it? Urinating more often than usually can signal the… [Continue Reading]

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MORNING SICKNESS

Morning sickness is, along with nausea and vomiting, one of the early pregnancy signs appearing in expecting moms, being also one of the most unpleasant and undesirable signs of pregnancy. Generally appearing during the first trimester, pregnancy morning sickness is not always present – there are fortunate women who experience no morning sickness during the gestation period,… [Continue Reading]

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No Pregnancy Symptoms

Although quite rarely, pregnancy remains asymptomatic for weeks or even months, so women in this situation have no idea they’re carrying a baby until they accidentally find out or until they get into labor! Remember that TV show where women confessed they were pregnant without knowing it? Those were real stories as one can be… [Continue Reading]

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