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This means medical care while you are pregnant. This is seen as care or you and your baby which is needed during pregnancy. When you first learn that you're pregnant, get in touch with your doctor as soon as possible; although your first hospital antenatal appointment may not be until you are around 12 weeks pregnant. 

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A woman's taste preferences change throughout pregnancy and these changes may affect what she chooses to eat. A lot of pregnant women get cravings for particular foods. The most common cravings are for sweet or salty foods while some other women crave very spicy or sour foods.

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Getting plenty of sleep is very important during pregnancy. However, physical changes in pregnancy can make sleep a bit difficult.

The National sleep foundation offers these suggestions to help pregnant women get a better night’s sleep:

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A light or moderate exercise on a regular basis is important. The most straightforward aerobic activity is walking a in safe and pleasant surroundings. A flat surface is advice and a lovely weather. You should have a companion while doing this as this makes it more enjoyable and helps time pass quickly. Such a person could be your spouse, an older child, a relative,

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Baby naming tips:

  • You should always try to find a baby name that perfectly suits the surname.
  • When naming your baby, we Africans tend to give our baby’s more than one or two names.
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a. The most common sign is a missed period for that month. Automatically most women say they are pregnant when that happens. However, this may not be always the case. The most certain test to confirm that is when you do a pregnancy test by the doctor taking a sample of your blood. If this test comes out positive; WELCOME TO THE CLUB OF MOMS!!!

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