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Savannah Stevenson 16 Nov 16
Watching my lovely on my tv this morning!! 😍
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Dr Neelima Mantri Dec 9
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Tolu Adeleke-Aire 24h
Is your baby kicking? We don’t have to count baby’s kicks anymore but you must learn your baby’s movement (kick) pattern. If there is a deviation from the normal pattern, speak to your midwife ASAP. Do not wait a day or two! Call your midwife right away!
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EeYuva Jul 2
Watch Out For These Symptoms And Have A Hassle-Free Pregnancy
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DeluxeChildbirthSrvs 28 Dec 16
Choose a variety of vegetables and fruits, like carrots, cooked greens, bananas, and melon.
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Bonitas Medical Fund Aug 29
Do you take prenatal vitamins while pregnant? We advice that you do as it contains essential nutrients such as folic acid, calcium and iron. If taking prenatal vitamins makes you feel queasy, try taking them at night or with a light snack.
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Bonitas Medical Fund Aug 28
Boosting your protein intake while pregnant is essential for your baby's development. Good options include beans, fish, eggs, red meat, poultry and nuts. Make sure to choose lean cuts of meat and remove the skin from poultry.
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babyQ 20 Aug 12
A few great stability ball workouts that you can do while you are !
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HealthyFy Solutions Mar 25
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Dr Neelima Mantri Dec 6
How to deal with vomiting during Pregnancy...
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Tolu Adeleke-Aire Nov 26
Replying to @ToluTheMidwife
Pregnancy Induced Hypertension (PIH) is raised blood pressure which develops in pregnancy after 20 weeks gestation or immediately following delivery.
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Vijaya Karnataka Nov 20
ಗರ್ಭನಿಂತ ಬಳಿಕ ದಂಪತಿಗಳು ಆ ಒಂದು ವಿಷಯದಲ್ಲಿ ಎಚ್ಚರದಿಂದಿರಿ!
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Tolu Adeleke-Aire Nov 26
What’s your blood pressure? Is it similar to your booking blood pressure or is there a significant increase? You should create your personal notes and record your blood pressure after every antenatal check up.
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Tolu Adeleke-Aire Nov 3
Replying to @ToluTheMidwife
NOTE: antimalarials are not suitable for pregnant women. There are different medications for different trimesters. PLEASE don’t buy over the counter medication without a blood test and a medical review. Have you taken your dose of SP in your pregnancy?
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Tolu Adeleke-Aire Nov 3
Replying to @ToluTheMidwife
All pregnant women should have prophylactic SP in pregnancy. Suspect you have malaria, it is important that you have a blood test before you start treatment.h Once malaria has been confirmed, women should start treatment immediately.
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eVaidya 14 Sep 17
7 Precautions While Doing Pilates Workout During Pregnancy
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LoseWeightLoss 12 Jun 18
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eVaidya 15 Sep 17
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Dr Padma Priya 20 Apr 18
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Elixir Fertility 8 Jun 16
Essential Tips for healthy pregnancy and baby- +91-9899237133
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