Pregnancy and Partners: The Power of Two

Your partner has an important supporting role in your pregnancy. The more involved your partner is, the more support he or she can give you during your pregnancy, labor and delivery.
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Why You Need a Birth Plan

When considering your birth experience there are some thing you may want to think about. Remember this is your birth, so being clear about your needs and your philosophy is important.
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What Is Your Due Date?

What's your due date? Only your baby knows for sure! Due dates are in fact estimated dates of delivery, and they can be off by as much as 2 to 4 weeks in either direction.
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Are You Ready for A Cleanse ?

If your brain is foggy and your stomach feels like a traffic jam, it may be time for a cleanse. Some methods put more strain on the body than others, and not all ways of doing a cleanse are appropriate for everyone.
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Hormones – Baby Building Blocks

Like the conductor of an orchestra, hormones direct the production of your baby from tiny cell to little person. It's not fully understood how this works and what causes the onset of birth, but hormones are a big part of the process.
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Getting Ready for Baby

There are three types of lists that will help you prepare for your baby's arrival (even when you're too excited to focus): the "practical" list, the "homecoming" list, and the "take care of you" list.
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Eating for Two – Prenatal Nutrition

It takes 75,000 calories to make a baby. What should you be eating? If the food on your plate is colorful instead of just brown and white there's an excellent chance that you are getting all of the nutrients, vitamins and minerals that you need.
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Push-Ups are for Bras, Not Pregancy: Safe Prenatal Exercises

Exercise during pregnancy is good for you and has some very positive benefits. But remember, you're exercising for two now - follow these simple guidelines to keep the both of you happy, healthy and safe.
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Going From Ouch to Ahhh: The Benefits of Prenatal Massage

Many doctors recommend massage to their pregnant patients because it is so beneficial in addressing both muscular and hormonal imbalances. Prenatal massage not only feels good. It's good for you!
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What is a Doula and Why You Might Want One

Have your own fairy godmother of birthing. A "doula" is a friend, a coach and an advocate all in one.
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