THE MOST FREQUENT HEALTH PROBLEMS IN PREGNANCY
Every one of us is on this planet is the result of a successful pregnancy. Pregnancy is a normal, natural occurrence, part of the essential rhythm of life. That doesn’t mean that everything always goes as planned. Pregnancy can be tough, mentally and physically. Some expectant parents like to know what could go wrong, so they feel more prepared to face issues if they come up. If that’s you, read on to learn about some common heath problems in pregnancy. Read more here!
EPSTEIN-BARR VIRUS, MONONUCLEOSIS AND PREGNANCY
The Epstein-Barr virus is usually just called EBV. If you haven’t heard of EBV infection, you may be surprised to know that you have probably already had it, and still do. It may be somewhere inside you waiting to wake up and reactivate. EBV is one of the most common viruses that people get. It is a member of the very big family of herpes viruses. Just like the herpes virus that causes cold sores in your mouth, or a painful shingles rash, EBV can come back. Read our blog on The Pulse here, and, available now, our extensive Expert Report written by one of our doctors!
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MY NEWBORN IS STILL HUNGRY AFTER BREASTFEEDING
Christmas is a wonderful time of year to have a young baby in your home. Despite the sleep deprivation, the cluster feeding and the relentless nappy changes, there is something really magical about watching your baby react to the sensory delights that occur during the festive period. Whilst your baby won’t necessarily remember the occasion, there are photo opportunities and new experiences around every corner and there is also something really special about recording your Baby’s First Christmas. Read more here!
EXPERT REPORTS ON CONDITIONS, EXPOSURES, AND MEDICATIONS DURING PREGNANCY AND LACTATION
Pregistry.com has many useful tools to help you during your pregnancy. One example is our Export Reports section, which has reports on more than 250 medical conditions, 75 exposures, and 150 medications during pregnancy and breastfeeding. The reports can be accessed for free and they can be saved and shared with family and friends. Learn more here!