August 2021 / 87 posts found

Working Mothers Make it Easy for Teenagers to Fornicate

by pregnancy journalist
When I was in high school in the mid-1970s, most of my friends’ mothers were in the workforce. Homes were left empty during the day. One of my church friends (the only other girl that was my age in our church) would tell me about her fornication exploits. She and her boyfriend would go to her home during lunch and fornicate. She had a number of abortions. No one was home, since her mom worked outside of the home. It all seemed so unappealing to me, thankfully! This was not the life I ever wanted to live. Yes, teenagers can […]

Majamas Pastime Maternity Nursing Lounge Pajama Set | Maternity Clothes on Sale at Due Maternity

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The Pastime Pajama set is perfect for lounging and sleeping and works throughout pregnancy and right into the breastfeeding stage. This set is ideal for the hospital bag and is a great gift for a mom to be who is more of the sporty type. Comfortable modal knit fabric with pull-up breastfeeding access. Choose a solid combination with both pieces in a soft knit modal or choose a solid/print combo with the top in a soft knit modal and the pant in a silky feeling fabric. Sizing(Order Pre-pregnancy Size) :4-6 = S | 8-10 = M | 12-14 = L […]

Ectopic pregnancy, also called extra-uterine pregnancy (Geu)

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Ectopic pregnancy Ectopic pregnancy, also called extra-uterine pregnancy (Geu), is a pregnancy that develops outside the womb. It happens when the egg is established in a ovaries (most often), or more rarely on an ovaries, in the abdominal chamber or on the collar of the womb. Normally, the egg is ovulating by a spermatozoa in the integument, then it travels to the womb in order to implant on the womb and start its development. In the case of an ectopic pregnancy, the egg will be stuck in the trunk and will begin to develop in the wrong place. An ectopic […]

Why One Heartbroken Mom Says 12 Weeks of Maternity Leave Isn’t Enough

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Required, paid maternity leave is non-existent in the United States. Some workers qualify for Family Medical Leave (FMLA), which allows them to take up to 12 weeks off for a qualifying medical event, but unless you have the sick or vacation leave to cover it, those weeks off will be without a paycheck. I was lucky enough to have a job that accommodated my staying home with my newborns (and beyond), but still, I was pretty jealous of my friend living in Britain, who got to stay home for an entire year with pay with her child. And she’s not even […]

Wholesale maternity clothes – When should you start buying them online?

by pregnancy journalist
You may wonder when you should buy . The answer is simple – as soon as you see the first signs of a baby bump. You may have seen all those Instagram photos of the perfect-shaped pregnant belly. You may wonder how easy and fun it would be. Let us face it. Many to-be moms struggle to find the right maternity clothes that fit. Buying the perfect wholesale maternity clothes will make you stylish. Here are some tips to help you decide the right size, what quality maternity clothes to buy and the essentials to have in your maternity wardrobe. […]

The A-Z Of Buying Maternity Clothes For Expecting & New Mothers

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I absolutely love the clever design, perfect fit + anatomically correct, targeted compression of Lenny Rose In the Zone leggings. There is nothing else like it in the current maternity market, and I would highly recommend it to every pregnant woman out there who wants to support their growing bump, pelvis + lower back whilst looking great + feeling super comfortable during their pregnancy. Well done Lenny Rose!!! This content was originally published here.

Feeling Good in Maternity Clothes

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Women that are pregnant will find that their cutting-edge garments aren’t becoming them inside the identical places anymore. When this trouble starts offevolved to occur, they will must find the proper maternity clothes for their body. There are so many special styles of fashion in maternity garments these days. You do not must appearance frumpy and miserable anymore when you pregnant. When a lady is pregnant they do now not want to appearance bigger than what they truly are. They will want to look as slender and exquisite as they can in all the clothes that they wear. The great […]

Australia COVID outbreaks leaving working mothers on the brink

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Working women carrying extra care and home-schooling are going to the wall in the latest lockdowns, but experts say much can be done to support their wellbeing. This content was originally published here.

Ectopic pregnancy and miscarriage: diagnosis and initial management: summary of updated NICE guidance

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Education Ectopic pregnancy and… Ectopic pregnancy and miscarriage: diagnosis and initial management: summary of updated NICE guidance Practice Guidelines Ectopic pregnancy and miscarriage: diagnosis and initial management: summary of updated NICE guidance BMJ 2019; 367 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.l6283 (Published 13 November 2019) Cite this as: BMJ 2019;367:l6283 Katie Webster, senior systematic reviewer1, Hilary Eadon, guideline lead1, Sarah Fishburn, chair of Guideline Committee1, Geeta Kumar, consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist and topic lead2 on behalf of the Guideline Committee View Full Text Log in Log in using your username and password BMA Member Log In If you have a subscription to The BMJ, […]

Artist Breaks The Silence On Disturbing Things Some Women Hear From Doctors During Childbirth

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After an experience she had while giving birth to her son, Chicago-based artist, Michelle Hartney, whose work addresses a broad range of topics, including women’s maternal health, set out to visually tell the stories of other women who have reported varying degrees of mistreatment by their doctors during childbirth, everything from being ignored to being on the receiving end of bullying behavior, abusive and threatening language, coercion, threats, etc. She calls the awareness raising project Birth Words. To create the work, Michelle writes on her site, “I gathered quotes from Improving Birth’s #BreakTheSilence campaign where women told their stories of abuse at the […]