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All About Pregnancy by Sharon LaMothe Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 22 Jun 2009 11:17am 2 Comments We don't have many articles regarding pregnancy and all that it entails so when I found this on the Internet I thought I would post it here! If you have anything to add please send a comment!   Sharon LaMothe Infertility Answers, Inc. http://infertilityanswers.org/ LaMothe Services, LLC http://lamotheservices.com/ ... Read on »
LOW OR HIGH AMNIOTIC FLUID LEVELS IN PREGNANCY by Triumph Posted Mon 04 Jul 2011 1:26pm amniotic fluid index (AFI) "The amniotic fluid is part of the baby’s life support system. It protects your baby and aids in the development of muscles, limbs, lungs and digestive system. Amniotic fluid is produced soon after the amniotic sac forms at about 12 days after conception. It is first made up of water ... Read on »
Mother to Child Transmission of HIV by Dave W. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:32pm When the AIDS epidemic commenced in the early 1980s, the high risk groups were identified as the 4 H’s: homosexuals, hemophiliacs, Haitians, and heroine users. Today, the face of the AIDS epidemic has transformed and women have the highest rates of infection. As more women become infected, the potential for vertical transmission from mother to ... Read on »
Eating Healthy During Pregnancy by Melissa M. Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 10:41am 1 Comment Do I really need to "eat for two?" While you are pregnant, you will need additional nutrients to keep you and your baby healthy. But, that does not mean you need to eat twice as much. You should only eat an extra 300 calories per day. A baked potato has 120 calories. So getting these extra 300 calories doesn't take a lot of food. Make su ... Read on »
The pregnancy ultrasound overtesting scam by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 12:14am As an infertility specialist, I refer our patients to obstetricians for their antenatal care once they get pregnant. What's very alarming is the large proportion of our patients who are being subjected to unnecessary caesarean sections for their childbirth. Many of these women are healthy young women who are perfectly capable of giving birth n ... Read on »
Healthy Weight during Pregnancy by Paty M Posted Thu 07 Jul 2011 2:36pm Pregnancy is the time to gain weight; however, women should not use this time as an excuse to eat more than is necessary. The amount of food a woman needs during pregnancy depends on many factors such as your body mass index before pregnancy, the rate at which you gain weight, age and appetite. All pregnant women should eat a variety of nut ... Read on »
Perimenopause Pregnancy – What Are the Odds and Risks When You Are Over 35? by Cathy T. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 03 Oct 2013 1:38am Perimenopause Pregnancy – What Are the Odds and Risks When You Are Over 35? A woman’s body undergoes so many changes in a woman’s lifetime. Oftentimes, these changes and symptoms indicate the age of a woman or the transition stages that she goes through to wit: when a girl hits her teens-she experiences menstruation -indicating that her b ... Read on »
Placental, Pregnancy Conditions Account for Most Stillbirths by Medline Plus Posted Tue 13 Dec 2011 5:10pm Half of all stillbirths result from pregnancy disorders and conditions affecting the placenta, according to results reported by a National Institutes of Health network established to find the causes of stillbirth as well as ways to prevent or reduce its occurrence. The NIH net ... Read on »
Having a healthy Pregnancy by ExoticMommie C. Patient Expert Posted Tue 09 Dec 2008 10:45pm Not all birth defects can be prevented, but a woman can take some actions that increase her chance of having a healthy baby. Many birth defects happen very early in pregnancy, sometimes before a woman even knows she is pregnant. Remember that about half of all pregnancies are unplanned. ABC's...Pregnancy Tips (A-Z) A Avoid exposur ... Read on »
A new blood test to detect Down’s syndrome in pregnancy by Emanuela .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 07 Sep 2008 8:02pm A test that can detect Down’s syndrome from the blood of pregnant women has raised the prospect of routine screening for the condition for every expectant mother who wants it and should be available in around 5 years. At the moment a test to check for Down’s syndrome is only carried out on women who are at high risk such as being over th ... Read on »