What to expect during pregnancy if you have a heart condition
Common tests during pregnancy include ultrasounds and blood sugar screenings. But heart tests – such as electrocardiograms (EKGs) – are…
How to Stay Heart Healthy During Pregnancy
A woman’s heart can experience huge changes during pregnancy, but as more women enter pregnancy at older ages, more women are experiencing
3 tips to monitor your heart rate during pregnancy work-outs
"If you like this post, say thanks by sharing it." Whether you are pregnant, or have already had your baby and trying to get back to your pre-pregnancy size, exercise is so important. People often ignore their heart rate while working out which is one of the more focal aspects in [ Read More ]
Heart palpitations during pregnancy: Causes and how to stop them
Heart palpitations sometimes occur during pregnancy. It may feel as though the heart is skipping beats. Usually, the causes are not severe, and the palpitations do not require treatment. However, a pregnant woman should see a doctor for a diagnosis to be sure. Learn more about heart palpitations during pregnancy here.
How to have a heart healthy pregnancy
Stay active – Let’s keep your heart healthy during pregnancy!
How pregnancy can affect your heart health
There are many ways that pregnancy changes a woman’s body, but the stresses that it puts on the heart and circulatory system mean that women with heart conditions need to proceed carefully “When a woman is pregnant, her cardiac output, or the work that the heart does, goes up by as much as 40 percent, so the strain on the heart is much greater,” says Jay Fisher, M.D. , Beaumont OB-GYN. “If a woman has undiagnosed heart disease or a heart defect, this…
The Human Heart From Pregnancy To Birth: What It Takes To Make It Beat
Here’s a look at what goes into building the heart during pregnancy and after birth.
What your pregnancy could say about your heart health
A new report published in the Journal of the American Heart Association says women who have a history of gestational diabetes during pregnancy may be at an increased risk for developing atherosclerosis later in life. Researchers say this may even be true of women who were not obese and who did not develop diabetes or metabolic syndrome after the birth of their child.
10 amazing facts about pregnancy
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What Should I Expect In Early Pregnancy?
Posted By: cwccadmin | Thursday, June 6th, 2013 | 7:00 am Some of our patients have mentioned that they would like more information to help them through the first few weeks of pregnancy prior to their initial visit. We know how stressful the first few weeks can be prior to your first visit so here are a few tips to help you to understand what to expect If you are like most of our doctors and staff, we generally find out that we…
Better health and diet well before conception results in healthier pregnancies
Maternal and child health in Australia, like most countries, has traditionally focused on health during pregnancy and in the early years of life. But this approach may be missing a key opportunity to improve pregnancy and birth outcomes In a series of papers published this week in The Lancet , my research team argues women’s health in the months and years before they become pregnant can impact on their health during pregnancy and the baby’s development. We’ve long known smoking and high alcohol…
Five ways to boost your nutrition before pregnancy
Women (and their partners) can give their baby the best start in life by eating well even before they conceive 1. Aim for a healthy weight In your 20s and 30s it’s common to have “weight creep”, an extra kilogram or two gained each year, without realising. Carrying too much weight increases the risk of pregnancy complications, including gestational diabetes , pre-eclampsia and delivery complications . So, it’s worth trying to shift some of the “extra kilos” before trying to conceive. A mother’s…
Get the facts about pregnancy, including how your baby develops in each trimester and what symptoms you can expect to experience.
10 Pregnancy Personal Care Tips
Who doesn’t love kids? I do: D those cutesy clothes, tin little fingers, toothless smiles aawh! Pregnancy is a wonderful part of a woman’s life. check out these pregnancy care tips
Heart Disease is Top Cause of Death in Pregnancy
All pregnant women and new mothers should be assessed for heart disease, according to new guidelines from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG)
What are the guidelines for oral health care during pregnancy.?
Dr and have all your treatment done. You should continue your normal dental exams during pregnancy. Xrays are safe if not during the first trimester. If you have a toothache it should be addressed during the pregnancy. If you have minor issues, they can probably wait. Impeccable oral hygiene must be maintained during pregnancy.
Health Tip: Caring For Your Teeth During Pregnancy
Pregnancy means taking better care of yourself -- including your teeth.
Pregnancy Apps: The New Way to Approach Your Pregnancy
Today there are more technologies to help with pregnancy than ever before. Many are already in the palm of your hand. Check out these pregnancy apps and what they can do!
How High Blood Sugar in Pregnancy Can Affect Your Baby's Heart
Having high blood sugar in early pregnancy could put your baby at higher risk for heart defects.
20 Top Pregnancy Essentials
So, you're gonna have a baby? Welcome to a different world, Mama. Here are our suggested 20 top pregnancy essentials. Enjoy!!