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Pregnancy - Third Trimester by Katie W. Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 10:35am You're in the home stretch! Start thinking about breastfeeding, learn to spot the signs of labor and get the facts on cesarean sections. Changes in Your Body Some of the same discomforts you had in your second trimester will continue. Plus, many women find breathing even more difficult and notice they have to go to the bathroom even more ... Read on »
Pregnancy Trimester | Your Pregnancy Guide by hipchickheather Posted Sun 08 May 2011 8:49pm First Trimester Second Trimester Third Trimester   Your First Trimester Your first trimester refers to the first three months of your pregnancy. Even before you decide to get pregnant, you should prepare your body. Increasing folic acid, staying away from medications that aren’t needed, stayi ... Read on »
Pregnant women admitted to hospital at high risk of blood clots by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Mon 11 Nov 2013 7:23am Venous thromboembolismThe breaking away of a blood clot that is then carried in the blood from one point in the circulatory system to another point, where it lodges. (VTE), which is a bloodA fluid that transports oxygen and other substances through the body, made up of blood cells suspended in a liquid. c ... Read on »
She certainly looked pregnant by AtYourCervix Patient Expert Posted Sat 04 Jul 2009 9:14pm But, she was not pregnant. Not one bit. The woman presented to L&D with c/o contractions. She looked to be about 34-38 weeks pregnant, with a gravid abdomen. She had the waddle going on. Once she was taken into a triage room, the nurse tried to find fetal heart tones. Nothing. Not even placental swooshing sounds. The nurse called th ... Read on »
My Pregnancy ~ Third Trimester by Laury@TheFitnessDish Posted Tue 19 Apr 2011 4:00am Here is the final installment of my journey through pregnancy. A summary, really. This is my experience, I am in no way an expert on pregnancy, this being my first. I also want to mention that every woman has a different experience, and even each pregnancy is unique. Hopefully you have enjoyed reading along through my first time as a mommy ... Read on »
Blood Pressure and Pregnancy by Dr. Lawrence Kindo Posted Mon 02 Jul 2012 10:08pm High or Low Blood Pressure can create havoc during pregnancy, and hence, it is highly advisable to monitor blood pressure during this very important period of a woman’s life. Throughout pregnancy, women undergo a number of regular, routine tests designed to monitor the health of both the woman and the baby. One of th ... Read on »
Second Pregnancy: Third Trimester (Weeks 28-31)! by Emily Malone Posted Mon 12 Aug 2013 11:56am It has been exactly a month since my last update (oops!), so it’s probably time for another one.  I need to stay on top of these as the ends ticks ever closer and closer.  We left off at 27 weeks – the end of the second trimester .  I kicked off the third trimester during week 28, and overall felt pretty good! We have had a much nice ... Read on »
A whole lot of shaking going on by Nurse Lochia .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 7:51pm Only one word can describe last night: busy. It was one of those nights where the ER door was a revolving door. We just kept getting call after call from them. Only one was actually a labor patient. The rest we simple things that we treated, fixed the problem and sent them home. I just seemed that we would get the discharge order and before we co ... Read on »
Working out in the Third Trimester of Pregnancy by The Healthy Hostess Posted Sun 16 Jun 2013 10:36pm   Benefits of Exercise: You feel better. Working out, pregnant or not, releases endorphins that lift your spirit and your mood! Plus you can sleep better after getting a workout in during the day. Working out also keeps you regular. You look better. Your skin gets to sweat out all of the things that it normally has trapped i ... Read on »
Ernest's birth story by Kami Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 May 2009 6:16pm This is an abridged edition of when our first child was born that was written about one year after his birth and death. Well, I tried to make it shorter and took out about 1/4 of the story, but I just can't go through it again. Even after nearly three years it is painful to recall. Ernest was born in the late evening of October 20 th, 2004 ... Read on »