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Is 45 Too Old to Have a Baby and be a Mom?

As I was waiting for my OB for my appointment, I cannot help but look at the rest of the expecting women on the line. I observed that most of them are in their twenties, lively and full of energy. No doubt that all have healthy pregnancies. Maybe it was I talking, with all the insecurity and anxiety of becoming a mom again at a later age.

Is 45 too old to have a baby?

Do you have an idea how a woman in her prime copes up with conceiving her first child, or like me, who got pregnant after my son turned eight last month? When exactly is it too late to conceive?

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How to Plan a Baby Shower

If you have a friend or a loved one who is an expectant mom, taking on the role of hostess for their baby shower can be a great way to celebrate their new bundle of joy. Hosting a baby shower, however, requires careful planning to make it memorable and fun for all the guests.

During a baby shower, unless you’re planning to have a sit-down event, it’s best to go with easy-to-eat food. You can check out the options from companies like SnackNation for delicious but reasonably-priced treats.

Here are some of the top considerations that you should keep in mind when planning a baby shower:

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How to Pass the Glucose tolerance test during pregnancy without worries?

The question sounds so tricky. In reality, this test will tell you the truth whether you like it or not. How to pass glucose tolerance test during pregnancy? Passing is possible, but you must work hard to get the result that you want.

Having gestational diabetes when you are pregnant is no joke. The condition puts you and the baby in danger of health problems that may be long-term. There is no way that I will encourage you to find ways to pass the test when in all honesty you must not. However, I will guide you in taking this glucose tolerance test the right way.

Just because I care for you, and your baby, let us do this!

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Pregnancy Tests are Getting Lighter: Do I need to Worry Now?

I was impatient because of excitement. When the test read BFP at 10 DPO, I gave the good news to everybody. However, you know, I wanted to be sure, so I took another one today. My heart sunk!

Now, I am having doubts. I took one last test, and there was barely a line at all! Pregnancy test results are getting lighter. Did I just get pregnant yesterday and now not anymore?

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I always feel wet down there. Am I pregnant? How to Be Sure?

I jumped from the seat! I just thought I had sudden bleeding. It was all clear. Why do I always feel a lot of wetness down there? Am I pregnant?

I am reliant on my cervical mucus in determining where I am at in my menstrual cycle. I heard that I could detect signs of pregnancy through its changes too.  I want to dig deeper if this is true. If you have the same watery discharge, then you might also be wondering what’s going on.

Please tell me that I am not alone.

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Postnatal Care: How to Bring Back the Pretty You?

Did you just give birth to the most adorable baby? Giving birth is strenuous and overwhelming. It is a mixture of happiness and excitement!

From now on, a lot will change. New routines, diet, environment and even your sleeping hours will be a challenge. It is essential to focus on the time you need to spend with your newborn. Are you anxious about it?

I have prepared a postnatal care guide to help you back into shape and bring back the pretty you. Be ready for new mom tips, practical advice, and useful tricks.

Welcome to the club!

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Can You Trust Results from an Amniotic Fluid Leak Test at Home?

Can you actually take an amniotic fluid leak test at home and actually gain results? If so, how? Well, the answer is not just a simple “yes” or “no,” because it all depends on how close you are to your due date. If you’re close to your due date, then there are no pressing concerns other than getting to the hospital quickly. You are going into labor.

However, there’s potential risk for complications or preterm birth if this happens before 37 weeks of pregnancy. Nonetheless, knowing the signs and symptoms are vital since this occurrence signals the onset of labor. Furthermore, there are some steps you can take if you suspect that the amniotic sac has indeed ruptured.

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Important Facts You Need to Know about Darker Urine during Pregnancy

What does darker urine during pregnancy mean? Can anything be done about it? Should I worry?

So many questions about changes in your body crop up during pregnancy. And this question is not any less important. At the same time, you have very little to no reason to worry. Furthermore, you’ll be relieved to know that there’s something you can do about it.

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