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Precautions for Pregnant Women During Monsoons

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Monsoons without debate bring respite to pregnant women from the scorching heat, with summers being hotter for them than others due to varying hormone levels. However, monsoons are also a season which make pregnant women prone to ailments and diseases. Dr. Shashi Goyal of Bombay Hospital advises our pregnant women of some necessary precautions and preventions to avoid complications and more trips to the doctors.

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Pregnancy Symptoms that Stay After The Little Ones Arrive!!!

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You mentally prepare yourself to get stretch marks, morning sickness, sensitive skin and a lot more as soon you get pregnant. But do you prepare yourself for the symptoms that stay long after your baby is born? Here are some symptoms that stay with most of the women post pregnancy. Have a look!

pregnancy system that stay after the little ones arrive

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What makes a balanced diet typically?

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Pregnant - Gaining Weight? Worried? Are you making some of the most common mistakes pregnant women make...You may be pleasantly surprised that there are just simple tweaks that you can make to your diet plan?

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The Plate Method

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What you eat becomes so much importance when you are pregnant. A lot of times, we know what is the right thing for us, what is it that we can do better? At other times, we are not so sure - am I doing it right? It is important to invest time and energy to figure out healthy and sustainable eat habits during pregnancy and beyond. Read more what our pregnancy nutrition expert, Radhika Karle has to say!

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Eating for Two?

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During pregnancy there really is no need to eat twice as much! However, pregnancy does increase your body's needs for all nutrients. To meet the increased demand for nutrients throughout pregnancy simple eat a little more, and make smarter food choices! EATING SMART - THE FOUNDATION OF A HEALTHY PREGNANCY Providing your body with energy It can take up to 80,000 calories to make a baby! However, an extra 300 calories per day is all you need after the first trimester. That is about 1 cup skim milk, 1 medium-size banana, and 1 cup steamed rice. Experts recommend the average...

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