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Task Force: Screen for Gestational Diabetes After 24 Weeks of Pregnancy by Medline Plus Posted Tue 28 May 2013 6:48am Practice would provide a substantial benefit with few risks, experts say Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Diabetes and Pregnancy , Health Screening Read on »
Pregnancy week 31: Pregnancy Privileges by Catherine Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:57pm So, since my recent posts have been about being sick sick sick… I’ll try to address the balance here by talking about the finer things in life associated with pregnancy, what I shall hereby coin as “Pregnancy Privileges.” Friday, saw Razorlight in concert at another of LA’s wonderful Art Deco theatres. After a good 2hr sleep before we left, ... Read on »
2nd Pregnancy: Six Months Pregnant! (Weeks 21-24) by Emily Malone Posted Thu 20 Jun 2013 6:08pm It feels like I just wrote one of these, but in looking back it was actually a month ago – where does the time go?  A lot sure has changed since my last update – we’re in a new house, and my belly is looking – um, enormous.  I left off last time at week 20 – halfway there – but forgot to take a picture during week 21.  Oops!  Second pregnancies ... Read on »
Pregnancy week 5: As sick as a pregnant woman by Catherine Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:58pm Beta test day, extremely tired. Day after, extremely hungry, then next day, abdominal pains most nights and terrible nausea set in. Yesterday, my ravenous hunger which is there constantly despite eating all the time (I can't seem to leave the fridge) and despite my reading telling me I shouldn't be eating for 2, suddenly turned to nausea and ... Read on »
Roni’s Pregnancy Week 25 – Forgetting I’m Pregnant by Roni N. Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Dec 2010 8:19pm Sorry for my absence last week! Blame pregnancy brain. :) If you are not reading this on Roni's Weigh OR your RSS reader then it has been plagiarized! Read on »
Roni’s Pregnancy Week 21 – Training for Pregnancy by Roni N. Patient Expert Posted Tue 07 Dec 2010 7:01am I’m a little late with this. You Tube was updating last night and I couldn’t quite finish the upload process. Click here to see the pregnancy training plan I’m talking about it . If you are not reading this on Roni's Weigh OR your RSS reader then it has been plagiarized! Read on »
Your Pregnancy, Week by Week by Amanda Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 11:18am Whether you a pregnancy is planned or unplanned- a positive result can leave you in a whirlwind of emotions and a flood of questions.  If you are anything like me, some questions you feel awkward or too embarrassed to discuss with others, including your doctor.  My embarrassment stemmed from the fact that I thought I should know more than I did.  ... Read on »
Book Review: Your Pregnancy Week by Week by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 9:23am Whenever I was pregnant (three times with four children), I read everything I could put my hands on about being pregnant. I wanted to know how the baby was developing, what new pregnancy symptoms I could expect, whether things in my environment could hurt my baby, and so much more. I would read and re-read my books, making sure that I didn’t mis ... Read on »
Pregnancy Week 23 and OB Visit Week 23 by Brandi & Shelton K. Posted Sun 03 Jan 2010 11:19pm Oh what a week! Not as bad as the past few have been, yet still not the starfish kisses that everyone promised second trimester would be. I liked week 23. I had my monthly visit with my OB. And as much as I like going every four weeks and having him reassure me that there is in fact still a baby inside of my uterus, I’m going to be perfe ... Read on »
Book Review: Your Pregnancy Week by Week, 7th Edition by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Fri 30 Mar 2012 11:00am When I was pregnant, I always found it so fascinating to read about what was going on inside my body during those 9 months. In the early months especially, when there wasn’t much visible going on from the outside (except maybe my green complexion from nausea), it was hard to believe that so much activity was going on inside. A really grea ... Read on »