Tag: pregnancy

  • Preparing for your baby; 6 pregnancy checklist

    Preparing for a baby can be exciting as well as draining that’s why as expectant mothers we need to plan for the arrival of our baby. Planning it’s an effective way to prevent the burnout that comes with childbirth.

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  • What You Need to Know About Antenatal Care

    Antenatal care is the care you get from health professionals during your pregnancy.

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  • The 13 Weeks of the First Trimester

    What to expect in the first 13 weeks of your pregnncy. In these we share about experience and signs you will experience during your pregnncy first trimester

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  • 4 Lessons From Teheca Wellness Class

    A few weeks ago, Teheca in collaboration with Le Memorial hospital organized a physical wellness class for both expectant partners and nursing mothers.

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  • Acne during pregnancy? Try these natural remedies

    Many women experience acne during pregnancy. It’s most common during the first and second trimesters.

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  • Pregnancy Exercises, Tips You should Know

    Pregnancy is a time that can have a great impact on the ability of a woman to function on a daily basis. Many physical and hormonal changes are responsible for making women feel at times quite uncomfortable during the pregnancy process. Pregnancy Exercises However, women do not have to accept that these feelings of discomfort are inevitable. Doctors recognise that physical therapy can improve womens’ health during pregnancy, by reducing discomfort, preparing the body for delivery, and also to accelerate the recovery process after the birth of the baby. Physical therapy is able to help the body to cope with musculature,

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  • The Mental Health of Teenage Mothers Matters

    The Mental Health of Teenage Mothers Matters

    Teenage mothers face plenty of challenges, from dealing with the shame and stigma of an unplanned pregnancy to finishing school and finding employment. But many must also deal with the challenges of mental illness. Researchers have found that twice as many teen moms are at risk of developing postpartum depression (PPD) as their older counterparts. And nearly three times as many teens with mental illness get pregnant as adolescents without a disorder. Related: Need For Care Assistant for New Mother “While it is important to recognise the many challenges faced by young mothers and their children, it is essential that the

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