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Mild iron deficiency in early pregnancy can harm child’s brain by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 24 Apr 2011 12:00am Rochester.edu - A mother’s iron deficiency early in pregnancy may have a profound and long-lasting effect on the brain development of the child, even if the lack of iron is not enough to cause severe anemia, according to a University of Rochest ... Read on »
Ticking On by Elizabeth Waterstraat Posted Wed 10 Mar 2010 12:00am You are now entering: week 21. Or, the increasingly pregnant zone. Have you seen my belly? HOW CAN YOU NOT? This is me right before a bike ride (indoors!). There is a lot of me there. I have now gained nearly 15 pounds. Of what? I don’t know. Someone told me I was all amniotic fluid, muscle and hair. I’d say it's all baby but he’s ... Read on »
Pregnant and Smoking Cigarettes?-Quit Smoking Early On In Pregnancy to Avoid Potentially Harming Your Unborn Baby by Patrick Posted Thu 27 May 2010 12:00am The early stages of pregnancy is reported to be by far the most vital for making certain your baby develops the right way. It’s there where several complications could develop and could pose a risk to the life of both the expectant mother and child. It is also in this stage where several pregnancy issues happen. This given, mothers who are wit ... Read on »
Early Pregnancy Pains by hipchickheather Posted Sat 07 May 2011 11:37am There are some early pregnancy pains that you may not have heard much about. Not everyone has the same symptoms and no two pregnancies are alike. If your curios as to what’s normal and what isn’t, always consult your caregiver! Here are a few common early pregnancy pains. Breast Soreness Breast soreness ... Read on »
Taking Care of Early Pregnancy by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Thu 01 Sep 2011 8:01am A fifth (20%) of UK mothers feel they were not offered adequate antenatal care during their pregnancythe period from conception to birth, according to an alarming new survey commissioned by The London Clinic. More than half (57%) of the 2,000 women questioned admitted they would like to ... Read on »
Opioids in Early Pregnancy Doubles Risk of Birth Defects, Says Study by MedNews Patient Expert Posted Wed 02 Mar 2011 5:11pm Babies born to women who take opioid pain killers such as codeine, oxycodone or hydrocodone just before or in early pregnancy are at increased but modest risk of birth defects, according to a study conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The study, published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, foun ... Read on »
WHEN YOUR EARLY PREGNANCY SYMPTOMS SUDDENLY DISSAPPEARS by Triumph Posted Thu 14 Apr 2011 12:00am image by:  http://www.ehealthhut.com For a couple of my miscarriages, my early pregnancy symptoms just suddenly disappeared and I knew something was wrong.  As a result of this, when I was pregnant with my son and had days when my pregnancy symptoms would be mild or not even present at all, I immediately began to worry.  I remember when ... Read on »
WHEN YOUR EARLY PREGNANCY SYMPTOMS SUDDENLY DISSAPPEARS by Triumph Posted Thu 14 Apr 2011 12:17pm image by:  http://www.ehealthhut.com For a couple of my miscarriages, my early pregnancy symptoms just suddenly disappeared and I knew something was wrong.  As a result of this, when I was pregnant with my son and had days when my pregnancy symptoms would be mild or not even present at all, I immediately began to worry.  I remember when ... Read on »
High Blood Glucose Levels in Early Pregnancy May Lead to Birth Defects, Study Shows by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 8:14pm Having high blood glucose levels in early pregnancy may be why babies of women with diabetes are two to five times more likely to develop birth defects than offspring of women without diabetes, suggests a study fromJoslin Diabetes Center researchers. The findings, published in the October issue of the American Journal of Physiology: Endocrin ... Read on »
Birth Defects May Be Linked to High Blood Pressure, Not Use of ACE Inhibitors in Early Pregnancy by Healthcare Research & Quality Posted Thu 20 Oct 2011 10:32pm Women who take angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors to treat high blood pressure in the first trimester of their pregnancies are at no greater risk of having babies with birth defects than are women who take other types of high blood pressure medication or who take no blood pressure drugs, according to a new study from the U.S. ... Read on »