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Quasi mother late pregnancy action will need to adjust by sweethouse Posted Thu 30 May 2013 3:38pm   The mother into the third trimester, bodily form change is very big, the fetal weight also led to the expectant mother spine deformation, bending over to stand all need adjustment method. I don't know what to do?   How to bend over in late pregnancy:   Six months after the baby's weight will give her spine pressure is very great, and back ... Read on »
Back pain in late pregnancy helped by osteopathic manipulative treatment by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 14 Feb 2010 12:00am For many pregnant women, it’s inevitable. As their pregnancy progresses, tasks that involve the low back often get more difficult. It is harder to bend over, lift, sit or walk for long periods of time, and back pain increases. Treating back pai ... Read on »
Benefits of Exercise During Late Pregnancy by Cassandra F. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Sat 16 Jan 2010 1:25pm 30 weeks and still going strong!! It's hard to believe that I only have about 10 weeks left of this pregnancy to go! Each day my belly seems to get bigger and bigger, but (thankfully) my total body weight hasn't moved a pinch! So far, my total gain is about ~14 lbs and it's been over the last 8 weeks that it's stayed totally stable. ... Read on »
Understanding Low Amniotic Fluid In Late Pregnancy by Deb .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 11 Feb 2010 8:24am My last two doula clients were both induced due to a diagnosis of Oligohydramnios - low amniotic fluid. I have heard many of my students report that they were induced for the same reason, or that it was a very big concern for their care provider. I decided it was time to really understand the [...] Read on »
After Tubal Reversal: Risks In Late Pregnancy by Dr. Gary Berger Medical DoctorFacebook Posted Fri 31 Jul 2009 11:52am This is part two of an article written by the tubal reversal experts of Chapel Hill Tubal Reversal Center dedicated to women over the age of 40 who desire natural pregnancy. This article discusses the later risks of pregnancy to women of advanced maternal age. Read on »
Pregnancy journal: 39 weeks by Coco .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 24 Sep 2012 12:00am This is going to be the last pregnancy weekly update!!!! Why? Because I’m scheduled for induction next Wednesday 9/26!!! Sooooo exciting!!!! We’re finally reaching the final day and meet our lovely little girl!!! Let me rewind a bit. I had my weekly appt last Thursday.  The doc checked me and I was 1.5 cm dilated! I wasn’t in my la ... Read on »
Probiotics and Pregnancy by Jill Will Run Posted Sun 29 Apr 2012 10:30am When I first found out I was pregnant, I immediately cut out all the supplements I was taking. Basically everything says to consult with a doctor if you are pregnant, so I thought I was being safe. I’m sure it’s all just cover-our-butts language. One of the pills I eliminated was my daily probiotic. And if you haven’t figured this out from my p ... Read on »
38 Weeks Pregnant..Still Waiting For Baby by Kristin L. Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 5:55pm It seems like not too long ago we found out we were pregnant..and now look. In the final home stretch! At 38 weeks from this point on the baby is straightup freeloading. Yup! There’s no actual need for her to stay on board, she can barely move since I haven’t even felt her much for the past few days. I never thought at this point I would b ... Read on »
Pregnancy Lately by HannaV Posted Mon 25 Feb 2013 10:23pm Remember how I hadn't packed my overnight bag for the hospital yet? Well, last week I decided I better get motivated and do it. I went digging around in the nursery closet for the newborn car seat insert and you'll never guess what I found? My overnight bag, still packed, everything ... Read on »
Nausea, Vomiting & Constipation – The Joys of Pregnancy by Emanuela .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:02pm Author: Richard Smart Pregnancy is a time of preparation, wonder and eager anticipation. It is also a time of nausea, vomiting and constipation, tiredness, swollen ankles, cranky moods and sleepless nights. Add to this the worries that invade an expectant mother’s thinking. Some are rational and based on facts and some not so rational and ... Read on »