Only filtered or bottled water is OK for drinking or cooking. In fact, when you’re expecting, filtered or bottled water is your best bet, even if the only…

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Will pregnancy gingivitis go away? Most pregnancy gingivitis goes away after the birth, leaving you to worry about other things, like the dental health of your new baby….

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She recommends that pregnant women humor their cravings rather than fight them by substituting low-fat frozen yogurt for ice cream, for example. Craving sweets is sometimes the result…

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Can pregnancy stretch marks go away? There isn’t much you can do to prevent stretch marks, but gaining weight slowly and sticking to the recommended amount of pregnancy…

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A drop in the level of amniotic fluid — the liquid that surrounds and protects your growing baby. Fetal distress — a slowed heartbeat and other signs the…

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Raw or undercooked meat should be avoided during pregnancy due to the risk of toxoplasmosis, an infection with bacteria often found in raw meat, as well as sheep,…

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Smoked salmon and smoked trout are fine to eat during pregnancy as part of your oily fish intake, but do be aware they contain a lot of salt….

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While major complications from getting pierced during your pregnancy don’t often occur, you could still be putting yourself and your baby at risk for developing a serious infection….

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During the early stages of pregnancy, around 7 or 8 weeks, the growth of the uterus and the development of the baby, turn the the belly harder. How…

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While the body transitions in and out of the pregnant state it’s advisable to limit the amount of deep back-bending in your routine. And it’s not just about…

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