Q&A: Bit of an awkward question, but does anyone have any tips for boosting sex drive while pregnant? I’m pregnant with number 3 & my sex drive is at 10 below zero, lol.
Malia, our resident midwife, explains about weight gain in pregnancy. How much of your pregnancy belly is baby, the placenta amniotic fluid etc, when to seek help about your weight gain, how much weight gain in pregnancy is too much and when to keep an eye on your pregnancy weight gain.
You’ve decked out the nursery, the newborn nappies are lined up under the change table and your hospital bag is packed. Now here are a few things you probably haven’t thought of that you really should do for yourself before baby arrives.
Natalie Hudson explains how doing yoga regularly during pregnancy is a wonderful and beneficial way to manage your pregnancy, and prepare for birth and motherhood.
Giving up smoking during pregnancy Question: I am currently 12 weeks pregnant with baby number 2. But have had the nasty habit of being a smoker, I have been a …
Q&A: I’m after some support and advice I’m 8weeks pregnant and I feel like I’m lacking confidence in myself to quit smoking l have been cutting down every day but struggling l don’t want negative comments pls as i already being really hard on myself thank u!
Most medicines cross the placenta and have the potential to cause harm to a developing foetus or unborn child. Drug classifications help your health professional know which drugs are safe to take, which need to be considered carefully, and which need to be avoided. This is not information that should be considered without talking to your doctor and or pharmacist.
Q&A: I need some advice, my sister is pregnant with her third baby but I’m struggling to be happy for her, she suffers with eating disorders and drug and alcohol addiction…
Medication in pregnancy needs to be taken only after discussion with a qualified professional. The following is some of the information that can be used to determine if a medication is appropriate in conjunction with chatting to your doctor or pharmacist.