HOW SMOKING AFFECTS YOUR BABY
You are probably aware that smoking—especially while pregnant or breastfeeding—isn’t recommended, but you might not know all of the potential ramifications. In this post, we’ll discuss how smoking affects breastfeeding and your baby. Read more here!
HYPOTHYROIDISM DURING PREGNANCY
Your thyroid hormone is a chemical messenger that goes from your thyroid, through your placenta, to your developing baby. Thyroid hormone is essential for developing babies, especially in the first three months of pregnancy. Low thyroid hormone – hypothyroidism – has been linked to many pregnancy risks and has also been linked to attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children born to mothers with hypothyroidism. Read our blog on The Pulse here, and available now, our extensive Expert Report written by one of our doctors!
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SURGERY FOR BENIGN BREAST CONDITIONS SAFE FOR BREASTFEEDING MOMS
Benign breast disease is very common in women of child-bearing age. In fact, nearly one million women are diagnosed with a benign breast condition in the U.S. every year. If you had surgery for a non-cancerous breast condition, you may be concerned that the surgery could interfere with your ability to breastfeed your baby. Read more here!
Pregistry has many useful tools to help you during your pregnancy. One example is “My Calendar” which is synchronized with the dates from “My due date calculator”. To see a Pregnancy Daily Tip, touch or double click the block with very soft red background for the desired day. To create an Event, touch or double click on the day when the event happens and enter the requested information on the pop-up window. Learn more here!