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8 weird ways in which your body changes during pregnancy

Tuesday, 3 May 2016 09:38:41 Europe/London

Pregnant for the first time? Prepared? Well, there’s nothing that can fully prepare you for pregnancy – it’s impossible to explain how it feels and more importantly, it’s different for everyone. Some may experience terrible morning sickness, others may breeze through that but then suffer from terrible hip pain in the third trimester. Some may feel amazing and others may wonder if that ‘pregnant glow’ that was promised to them will ever arrive.

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

Your hospital bag is your list of items that are recommended to take with you to hospital when you go to give birth. But surely the hospital would provide you with everything you need? Essentially, they do. They provide the bed, the drugs and the medical attention but aside from that, there are several things you may want to take to make your time there more comfortable. For example, you may be in hospital longer than you think so preparing for that, and your new arrival is essential!

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

Your Stretchmark Skincare Solution

Tuesday, 12 April 2016 10:15:06 Europe/London

Hands up if you’re reading this and are pregnant and paranoid about stretch marks? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. Pregnancy stretch marks are likely to happy to 90% of women. In a study, 43% of pregnant participants developed stretch marks before their 24 weeks gestation and a few women didn’t develop stretch marks at all which suggests that some people’s family history and genetics play a role. You may be one of the lucky few to get out of ‘tiger stripes’, but it’s okay because there are other ways to help lessen stretch marks.

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

Top Tips for New Mums, by New Mums

Tuesday, 29 March 2016 11:45:47 Europe/London

You’ve swept aside all your normal reading books and instead, there’s a book or two on pregnancy. ‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting’, ‘Your Baby & Child’, ‘Your Pregnancy Bible’, ‘Baby Love’ are now books you’re familiar with, if they’re not already adorning your bookshelf. Pregnancy books are like marmite – you either love them or hate them. So we decided to ask first time mums what their top tips would be for new mums.

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

Top 5 Pregnancy Apps

Monday, 21 March 2016 17:27:18 Europe/London

Congratulations, you’re pregnant! And if this is your first pregnancy, you’re probably also experiencing a whole host of emotions, including excitement and also fear. There’s so much that happens between finding out you’re pregnant and the birth, from enjoying the journey through the trimesters, to getting to know your body all over again, to understanding what’s going on. And we bet you’ve also got loads of questions! From the sensible to the silly. But what’s important to know is that ALL questions are valid and there’s nothing more reassuring than to feel in good company, with support. We’ve rounded up a variety of the best pregnancy apps available, highlighting all their notable features so it’s easier for you, a first time parent, to enjoy your pregnancy journey feeling supported and educated.

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

The Ultimate Baby Essentials List

Monday, 14 March 2016 14:23:32 Europe/London

Having your first baby and confused about what you really need to buy. If you’re pregnant with your first baby, then mid-way through pregnancy you’ll start thinking about what you need to prepare for its arrival. And it’s easy to become overwhelmed - step into any baby shop and you’re faced with a thousand and one choices of things you ‘could’ buy. Look online and it’s no less easy to work out what you need. With so many options, which ones should you be spending your money on?

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

How many of you non-parents can relate to the stress of trying to find a suitable present for your friends’ new baby? You want to buy something useful but yet all that springs to mind are clothes and toys? And from a new parents’ point of view, presents are wonderful, but there comes a point when clothes are toys are fun to receive, but less practical. So we interviewed parents to discover what the best practical present are. What do new parents really value? If it’s not clothes and toys, then what is it?! If you’ve never had a baby, it’s almost impossible to understand what would be most useful.

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Posted in Skincare By Eliza Flynn

Your Guide to Putting Together a Brown Cardboard Box Package for a New Mum

Monday, 29 February 2016 14:48:31 Europe/London

Your Guide to Putting Together a Brown Cardboard Box Package for a New Mum In Finland, expectant mothers are given the choice of receiving a brown cardboard box from the state or receiving cash instead, which is currently set to €140. You’d have thought that most would take the cash, but surprising 95% opt for the cardboard box.

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

Eating Placenta - what you need to know

Monday, 22 February 2016 14:12:23 Europe/London

There are enough things to think about when you give birth without wondering whether you should request to keep your placenta. Let alone eat it. Actually wait a second, you go through enough weird and wonderful things during childbirth that eating your own placenta (afterbirth) may seem pretty normal in consideration.

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Posted By Eliza Flynn

Why what you put on your skin is as important as what you eat.

Monday, 8 February 2016 20:48:47 Europe/London

You’ve heard the saying, you are what you eat, right? The theory behind that is, you literally ARE WHAT YOU EAT. So everything you put into your mouth, chew and swallow ends up being broken down and filtered in some way by your body. Much of what you eat gets absorbed, and some ends up as waste.

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Posted in Skincare By Eliza Flynn

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