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When having your family, did you plan for each pregnancy or were there any surprises? In the U.S., about half of all pregnancies are unplanned.
Did you know that the majority of women diagnosed with cervical cancer haven’t had a pap smear in five or more years? An annual or biannual pap smear is an important step to staying healthy.
Always keep all scheduled prenatal appointments. This is an important part of a healthy pregnancy, as this way any problems can be caught early and minimized if at all possible.
If you want to get pregnant, act like you already are. This means not drinking alcohol while trying to conceive. There are varying ideas of what is a safe level of alcohol during pregnancy, so its better to play it safe.
Did you know there are all natural approaches you can take to combat infertility issues? For instance, making changes to your diet and exercise can increase your fertility.
While women typically take on the role of caretaker in their home, they too often neglect their own health. Remember, staying current with your own healthcare needs is the best way to ensure you’re able to take care of your family.
Unfortunately, home pregnancy tests are notorious for giving incorrect readings. If you need to be absolutely sure before you share the news and celebrate, we’re always ready to help you confirm a possible pregnancy.
Your doctor will tell you how much weight you should gain while pregnant. Be sure to talk to your doctor about controlling stress, exercising while pregnant, and childbirth education classes. There are plenty of resources designed for expectant parents