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Pregnant Woman Ill with the Flu

Pregnancy and the Flu

Getting the flu is bad enough, but getting the flu while you’re pregnant can be a nightmare. There is a greater chance that you will stay sick longer, there are only have a few medications that you can take to safely relieve flu symptoms, and your risk for developing flu-related complications is increased. That’s why the best thing for pregnant women to do during flu season is to take all possible precautions to avoid the virus, including getting a flu shot. Influenza, or the flu, is a very contagious virus that affects the upper respiratory system causing fever, muscle aches,…

Woman Experiencing Morning Sickness Early Pregnancy

Tips for Morning Sickness During Pregnancy

One of the toughest symptoms women encounter in the 1st trimester of pregnancy is morning sickness. Any woman who has gone through it or is going through it, knows the first signs usually develop during the month following the first missed period, when hormone levels rapidly increase. It may range from mild, occasional nausea to severe, continuous, debilitating nausea with bouts of vomiting. In most cases, symptoms may be worse in morning, hence the name, but unfortunately it can strike day or night. How Long Does Morning Sickness Last? Despite all advances in medicine, there is no way of predicting…

A Woman's Hand Holding a Pregnancy Loss Awareness Ribbon

Miscarriage Chances By Week

What are the odds that I will have a miscarriage? Sometimes, once the excitement of a positive pregnancy test wears off, many women (and couples) worry about the chance of miscarriage. The good news is that once you have the Big Fat Positive, your chance for a miscarriage is pretty small! Miscarriage rates will vary between women, but generally, the risk of a miscarriage once a woman knows she’s pregnant is about 10 to 15%. A woman’s risk may be higher or lower depending on a range of factors. What is a Miscarriage? A miscarriage is a pregnancy loss experienced…

Pregnant Woman Sits with Doctor

What Makes a Pregnancy High Risk?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]There are several factors that can make a pregnancy high risk, including a mother’s existing health conditions, age, lifestyle, being pregnant with multiples, and health issues that are conditions of pregnancy. While there is no formal definition of a high-risk pregnancy, they typically involve increased risk of illness or even death for the mother or baby, or increased risk of complications before and after delivery for either mother, baby, or both. Being diagnosed with a high-risk pregnancy DOES NOT mean that you won’t end up with a healthy & happy baby (or babies!) Most pregnancies are normal and problem free:…

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