Posted: March 14, 2023Categories: Pregnancy
A person's life during pregnancy can change dramatically and be tremendously exciting. Yet, it can also bring about many difficult-to-manage physical and emotional changes. Learning to remain at ease in one's flesh when one's body is undergoing rapid change is one of the toughest problems that many pregnant women confront. We'll go over some advice and techniques in this piece for feeling at ease and self-assured when pregnant.
There’s an old belief that visiting your dentist while pregnant can put you and your baby at risk. However, only its opposite is true—proper oral hygiene is crucial whether you’re pregnant or not.
So you should visit your dentist during pregnancy when necessary. Leaving oral problems, such as dental cavities and gum disease, untreated can endanger your health. The mouth is a passageway that gives you significant control over your bodily functions—and, consequently, your overall health. Therefore, your oral health can also affect the child you’re carrying
Your dentist may suggest making regular dental checkups during your pregnancy to check the condition of your gums and teeth. They may also adjust your dental care routine and provide necessary treatments.
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Posted: November 11, 2022Categories: Pregnancy
Is your due date approaching quicker than you anticipated? Like many other pregnant women, that date can creep up on you fast causing additional stress to get everything ready for your baby's arrival. Don’t worry though, this article will help identify the crucial steps you’ll want to take in these last few months of pregnancy to ensure the important things are taken care of before giving birth.
Posted: June 12, 2022Categories: Mom Tips, Bringing Home Baby, Motherhood, Self Care, Mental Health, Pregnancy
Having a baby can be an exciting time in life. However, the postpartum recovery period can be a difficult one and can take a toll on your mood and overall health. While it might not always be an easy time in life to navigate, the good news is that there are ways that you can help make it a little easier, so that you can spend more time focusing on loving your new little one instead of not feeling like yourself.
It's natural to feel a little down after you've had a baby. Your body has been through a lot, and you're dealing with a whole new set of challenges. But there are things you can do to boost your confidence.
Posted: May 20, 2022Categories: Work and Career, Pregnancy
Nurses are some of the hardest-working people in the country. While the healthcare field is diverse, the majority of nurses are women. Many of these talented women are balancing work and home lives, and that leads them to work during pregnancy. If you're a nurse who's working while pregnant, here are a few tips to make things easier.