Category Diseases - discomfort

Diseases - discomfort

Foods to avoid heartburn in pregnancy

Unfortunately, heartburn, like nausea and heavy digestion, are symptoms typically associated with pregnancy. Heartburn tends to become more evident during the second half of pregnancy, and especially worse in the third trimester, when the volume occupied by the uterus with the fetus presses on the rest of the organs, leaving little space.
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Diseases - discomfort

How to treat lice during pregnancy

Are you pregnant and you just found out that you have head lice? Surely it is a situation that generates many doubts, especially regarding how to treat lice in pregnancy, and it is that you are at a time in your life in which it is not convenient to take many medications or substances and chemicals, since may affect the development of the baby.
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Diseases - discomfort

What is Amniotic Band Syndrome in Babies

During pregnancy it is very important that the woman carry out all the medical checks to prevent possible malformations of the baby, just as it is vital that she takes care of her diet and is very aware of the rhythm of life she leads (it must be slow and stress-free). In this way it is possible, perhaps (just perhaps), to prevent the fetus from suffering from amniotic band syndrome, although this disease, according to experts, cannot be determined to occur due to something in particular but is random and not hereditary.
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Diseases - discomfort

Nausea in pregnancy reduces breast cancer risk

Annoying, uncomfortable, unpleasant ... There are almost no adjectives to describe the bad feeling that morning sickness causes in pregnant women. Some women are lucky and do not experience them in the first person, but others we have to & 39; endure & 39; until the fourth or fifth month of pregnancy (there are also those who suffer them until the moment of giving birth).
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Diseases - discomfort

Milk surge during pregnancy, is it normal?

When a woman is pregnant, the breasts increase in size considerably, some even notice that they & 39; stain the bras or braisers & 39; of minimal amounts of milk (but not all of them). This is something that worries both those who happen to them, wondering if it is normal to have a rise in milk during pregnancy, and those that do not, in case it means that they will not produce enough milk for their child.
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