At this week, you are finally entering the third trimester of pregnancy. You are just 12 weeks away from delivering the baby. Start preparing the nursery and other essentials for your baby at this stage.
We compiled a list of foods to avoid when you are pregnant. Read on to see the full list.
Therapists claim that massage is an excellent way to boost your overall health. But, is the therapy appropriate for an expectant mother? We have highlighted its benefits and limitations to help you decide.
Dressing up with a baby bump doesn’t have to be difficult for you to appear confident. These are some of the ways to style it up, feel fashionable, confidently fresh and spare your budget.
The umbilical cord is the lifeline between you and your baby – it connects your developing baby to your placenta, which helps to provide nutrients and remove waste. Cord blood, also called “placental blood”, is blood that remains in the umbilical cord and placenta following the birth of a baby and after the umbilical cord is cut after delivery.
Because your bump increases in size, your organs receive more pressure. That is why, many women experience difficulty in breathing. Also, you will still need to deal with the same discomforts you had during the second trimester.
Your body goes through enormous physical changes during pregnancy. Some of these physical changes may cause aches and pains as well as discomforts. Luckily there are a few tips and tricks that can hopefully make going through such physical changes easier.
A healthy pregnancy not only benefits your growing baby, but also benefits you. This all starts with a healthy diet. A healthy diet is vital when you are pregnant. There is no magic trick to a “pregnancy diet”. A balanced diet is all that you (and your baby!) need.