Posts Tagged ‘pregnancy’

In our society we tend to look to over-the-counter or prescription drugs to get a quick fix for our maladies. Many of us suffer from mild to severe depression or inertia. But there are a growing number of us finding a better solution to the problem … exercise. Read on »

Am I pregnant?
It is not unusual for Graves’ disease to occur during pregnancy. Or sometimes a woman with Graves’ disease will become pregnant. If you are pregnant, your treatment options become limited.

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There’s another great thing about pregnancy that hardly anybody mentions. You don’t have any bad hair days for a while. Hormones make your hair more lustrous and full, and the 100 hairs that you used to lose every day decide instead to stay on your head for the whole nine months. Read on »

There’s something about being pregnant that makes the whole world want to stop in its tracks and commiserate with you about all the bad parts of making a baby: the backaches, constant trips to the bathroom, maternity clothes decorated with little ducks on the front.

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During pregnancy, many parents spend hours preparing a darling nursery for the new baby. But they often find out that the baby is less than thrilled with her new accommodations. Having come from a warm, comforting womb, where all needs were instantly met, babies must go through a major adjustment to exist in the outside world. Much of this adjustment manifests itself at night with the baby’s sleeping patterns. Most babies do not sleep through the night, and it is up to each family to decide how to deal with this.

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