In general travel, unless advised by your doctor, is quite safe and allowed during the first and second trimesters. However, if you've had specific medical problems like blood pressure, spotting or an early birth in your previous pregnancy, you must...Read More
This is a topic that is not often talked about. If you are undergoing a low risk pregnancy, having sex is considered safe at any stage of your pregnancy. A normal low risk pregnancy is that which does not involve a history of miscarriage or pre-term...Read More
There are a lot of conflicting views about drinking alcohol during pregnancy. While one thought of view believes that it is safer to completely stay away from alcohol when you're expecting, others think that moderate drinking of about three to four...Read More
Whether you're pregnant or not, drinking water is a healthy habit to cultivate. In fact, you need to drink at least eight glasses of water a day to keep your body and its organs to function properly. During pregnancy, it is doubly essential to...Read More
There's a lot of misconception and myth about eating papaya during pregnancy. In countries like India and Srilanka, this tropical fruit which is packed with minerals, fiber, potassium and all things good is a complete taboo for expecting mothers....Read More
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