You should take a 400 micrograms folic acid tablet every day before you’re pregnant and until you’re 12 weeks pregnant. Folic acid can help prevent birth defects known…

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Is Dosa good in early pregnancy? This traditional food is a good source of protein and calorie. Idli is easily digestable and often used as food for pregnant…

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Risk Factors for Multiple Pregnancy. Naturally, twins occur in about one in 250 pregnancies, triplets in about one in 10,000 pregnancies, and quadruplets in about one in 700,000…

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Most home pregnancy tests are reliable, for example Clearblue’s tests have an accuracy of over 99% from the day you expect your period, and while it’s possible a…

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The NHS advises that soft ice creams (the most common ones that you buy in the supermarket) should be fine to eat when you’re pregnant, as they are…

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Can I lay on my back at 7 months pregnant? Experts recommend pregnant women avoid sleeping on their backs during the second and third trimesters. Why? The back…

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Occasional use of diphenhydramine at recommended doses have not been shown to cause problems in pregnancy. There are rare reports of problems with the use of diphenhydramine in…

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A cryptic pregnancy happens when a woman doesn’t realize she’s pregnant until she’s at least halfway through her pregnancy. Most women with cryptic pregnancies discover they’re pregnant after…

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The likelihood of miscarriage has been assessed in around 430 women taking cetirizine in early pregnancy. Although the studies do not raise concern that cetirizine causes miscarriage, ongoing…

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All meat, including items such as sausages, burgers and steaks, should be cooked thoroughly, until there is no residual blood or pinkness. Precautions should also be taken when…

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