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I suppose, but it's a little high in carbs and low in fat.  It's also high in sugar.  You always want to get protein, fats, and...
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Hi What is below is from the Mayo Clinic.Implantation bleeding — typically defined as bleeding that occurs 10 to 14 days after conception — is normal...
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Hi From medicaldaily.com come this.Few experiences carry the heartache of a pregnancy ending in a miscarriage. Sometimes referred to as a spontaneous...
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Recurrent nosebleeds may need to have the nose chemically cauterized at the bleeding site, otherwise she should avoid picking her nose, use a saline...
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Hi In doing some research have come up with this. Its fro drugs.com Clonazepam has been assigned to pregnancy category D by the FDA. An increased...
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Hi This piece of info may help you?tell your doctor if you are pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are breast-feeding. Methimazole should not be...
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Simple answer yes.  Complex answer sometimes every pregnancy is different.As your pregnancy progresses things like morning sickness can fade or...
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The only medications you can use are the one's your OB allows you to use. Call their office and you can get the patient specific "okay"...
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No, a lack of morning sickness does not mean your pregnancy is not viable. Some women do not have ANY morning sickness at all. I know you are...
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Hi Then this would now be good for you, the last thing you need is to gain to much weight, eating sensible would be the way to go, so don't try...
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It would not be likely that this one "unwashed" piece of peeled melon would present any type of risk to you or your baby, nor would it...
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Usually due to hormonal changes
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Implantation bleeding
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Any of these symptoms could be a sign that something is wrong with your pregnancy. Don't wait for your prenatal visit to talk about it. Call your...
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No matter how well you prepare for your pregnancy, you may not be able to fully anticipate all of the different changes that are about to take place...
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