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The Kiinde Lactation team is sharing a list of all the things you do and don't need to bring with you to the hospital (or birth center). Click the link to read the latest KiindeEDU blog!
HALF of pregnancies are unplanned. It is important to maintain proper nutrition during your childbearing years due to the fact that you may unexpectedly become pregnant at any time. Growing embryos are most vulnerable during weeks 5-10 weeks of pregnancy, often before women know they are pregnant. #preconception #pregnancy #prepareforpregnancy #tryingtoconceive #nutrientsforpregnancy
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Yaaawn! Tiredness and exhaustion are common symptoms of pregnancy but can you DO ANYTHING about it? Or do you just have to live with it? The answer is NO! Use these 8 tips for when you;re feeling tired all the time during your pregnancy...#pregnant #pregnancysymptoms #pregnant #momtobe
The important part of counseling is finding someone who aligns with your beliefs. You need a counselor who will listen, guide, and help you in a manner best fitting your ideologies.
If you're in the 3rd trimester of pregnancy its a good idea to create your hospital back checklist. This checklist includes everything you need for mom, dad and baby so you all have what you need when you head to the hospital to deliver your baby. I recommend packing your baby one month before your due date. In this list you will find everything you need along with what is provided for you at the hospital so no need to overpack. I've included everything you need from labor to after delivery.
First Trimester Survival Kit! Here are first trimester must haves to help you survive your pregnancy! After having 4 babies, these are the first trimester essentials I couldn't live without! These first trimester must haves will help moms with morning sickness, fatigue, leg cramps, and so much more!
Want to know which food is safe and nutritious during pregnancy, and which should be avoided? Pregnancy Food Checker has a HUGE database of foods, covering early pregnancy (the first trimester) and beyond! Science-backed, researched answers for every pregnant foodie so you know which foods are okay and which should be avoided when you are pregnant. #safe #pregnancy #pregnant #foods #risks #avoid
10 things to do once you find out you're pregnant - Yay, you are pregnant! You may be asking yourself, now what? These 10 things to do once you find out you're pregnant will give you a helpful guide as to what you should do. I hope you enjoy and find them helpful! Congratulations on your pregnancy, so exciting! (pregnancy, first time pregnant, new mom, pregnancy tips)
Prenatal Nutrition As soon as you find out that you are pregnant, there are a lot of things that go through your mind. Will you have a boy or a girl, who will the baby look like, what will this do to your body? What’s most important is proper Prenatal Nutrition. Making sure that you are taking in the proper amount of proteins, minerals, and vitamins to help your body to grow a strong, healthy baby.
Postpartum depression is real. It effects many women and should be treated by a medical professional. By raising awareness we hope more moms will speak up for their health and the health of their baby.