A lot of people will ask you in the last month of your pregnancy (when you’re massive and waddling and obviously very close to the end) if you’ve "dropped" yet.
And if it’s your first pregnancy, you might look at them strangely and wonder if it is a new type of drug that’s somehow recommended for expecting mothers.
During my pregnancies, I didn’t feel any of my babies dropping, so don’t worry if you don’t go through this yourself. We will look at what it means, what it feels like, and what it’s not, so if and when it happens to you, you’ll know what’s going on.Read More
When you’re in the latter stages of pregnancy, your baby kicks all sorts of parts of your body, and many of them can be painful. I remember distinctly a fondness one of my children had for sticking his foot in between my ribs.
But what if you feel like they are kicking you in the cervix? Is this normal or dangerous? Does it mean that labor is about to start or you're just confused with other things inside your body?Read More
If you think you might be pregnant, this is an abnormally uncertain time for you. You might be filled with much in trepidation, fear, and anxiety as well as a little bit of excitement hopefully.
Naturally, you will want to get this confirmed as soon as possible. Today, we will introduce you a fun, yet reliable way to do it with a very simple homemade pregnancy test that many women swear by: bleach pregnancy test.Read More
So you peed on the pregnancy test, and it came up ambiguous: you’ve got one regular line and one very faint line.
What does a faint line on a pregnancy test mean? Below is everything you need to know.Read More
Things can get kind of weird when you’re pregnant. You do weird things, want weird things, weird things go into you, and maybe, weird things come out of you. Sometimes, things happen that you don’t want to talk about, one of them being that strange green poop.
So why green poop when you’re pregnant? What’s in it? And is it normal?Read More