Archive for Conception

Folic Acid Influences The Development Of A Child’s Speech

Dec 08, 2011 No Comments

Pregnant women not taking supplements with folic acid in the initial terms, risk negatively affect a child’s ability to speak, the latest survey of experts from Columbia University.

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Infertility : Who Is To Be Blame And What To Do?

Aug 26, 2011 4 Comments

Today, infertility is usually called the absence of pregnancy within 12 months of regular sexual intercourse without contraception. According to World Health Organization, about 17% of couples worldwide are infertile. Scientifically proven that women “guilty” in this family misfortune only 5% more often than men, and 15% of infertility is the result of violations of […]

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4 Ways To Determine Baby gender

Aug 21, 2011 4 Comments

The most reliably determine the sex of the unborn child by using the woman’s blood. Already in early pregnancy, it contains baby’s DNA. If the analysis reveals the Y-chromosome, then the woman is waiting for the boy. If the detected X-chromosome, there will be a girl. But this method of determining the gender of the […]

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6 Ways Of Coping With Morning Sickness

Apr 28, 2011 No Comments

Despite its name, morning sickness can occur at any time of the day, but it usually disappears after the first 3 months of pregnancy. In order to ease the nausea and vomiting, try these strategies:

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Sleeplessness During Pregnancy

Mar 25, 2011 2 Comments

Stress and worry can cause sleeplessness. If you are worried about your pregnancy or approaching childbirth, discuss it with your spouse or doctor. It is likely that once you havevoiced them, the worries will disappear. At times although sleep comes to you when you retire to bed at night, you may be woken up in […]

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Stretch Marks During Pregnancy

Mar 23, 2011 2 Comments

The skin is made up of elastic and non-elastic fibres. When stretching beyond the normal limits occurs, as in pregnancy, the non-elastic fibres tend to break, causing stretch marks. At first these marks may occur as streaks. After birth they take on a kind of purple or brown shade and finally end up as whitish […]

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12 Myths Of Pregnancy

Mar 21, 2011 1 Comment

1.Myth: The pain is unbearable. False! In case of unbearable pain, nature’s safety mechanism makes one pass out, i.e. lose consciousness. In labour, women are rendered unconscious by drugs but never by pain. The right attitude to contractions can make it pretty easier to bear. 2.Myth: Have a spoon of ghee daily to lubricate your nerves. False! […]

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8 Tips To Break The Smoking Habit During Pregnancy

Mar 10, 2011 1 Comment

Congratulations—you’ve decided to give your baby a smoke-free environment, in utero and out. Making that commitment is the first and most important step. Realistically, however—as you probably already know if you’ve tried quitting before—it’s not the most difficult step. Actually quitting is. But with a lot of determination and a little help from the following […]

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12 Ways To Deal With Morning Sickness

Mar 01, 2011 1 Comment

Pregnancy is an amazing ride, but the morning sickness that often comes with it? Approximately 70 percent of women experience nausea early in pregnancy and about 50 percent experience vomiting. “Lots of people are sick all day, some are sick mostly in the evening, and others are sick if they haven’t gotten enough sleep.” Morning sickness can start […]

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Dealing With Discomfort

Jan 11, 2011 No Comments

The fetus is getting quite big and will be putting pressure on your diaphragm, which may mean that you are now finding it more difficult to breathe. This breathlessness should paas once the fetus’s head drops into the pelvis and becomes engaged in a few weeks ‘ time. Try sitting and standing as straight as […]

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Emotions In Late Pregnancy

Jan 08, 2011 No Comments

It is not just your body that is going through great changes while you are pregnant. Your whole way of life is changing and this can lead to conflicting emotions, especially during the last few months. You may wonder how you are going to cope with all the new responsibilities and be concerned about your […]

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