FACT OR MYTH
When we see a newborn baby, we all have certain expectations of what she will look like. After all, we’ve all seen pictures in books and magazines and images on television and our computer screens. So when that day comes when your own baby is born, what if she doesn’t resemble that picture on the baby food jar? Is there something wrong? Read more here!
VACCINES DURING PREGNANCY
It is not just your baby that needs to be vaccinated once he or she is born, but there are also some vaccinations that are important for you to get both before and during pregnancy. Read our blog on the Pulse here and here, available now, our extensive Expert Report written by one of our doctors!
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SEVERE NAUSEA AND VOMITING DURING PREGNANCY: HOW TO MANAGE HYPEREMESIS GRAVIDARUM
A little nausea—and maybe some vomiting—is a normal, expected symptom of pregnancy. Though these symptoms are often called “morning sickness,” they can occur any and all times of day. When the nausea and vomiting become severe, it is called hyperemesis gravidarum (HG), and it can cause complications for mother and baby. Read more here!
Pregistry.com 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!