Feeling frenzied all the time can take a toll on your fertility. Here’s how you can chillax and boost your odds of baby-making success.
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You’re familiar with low-dose aspirin’s blood-thinning properties, but what can it do for you during pregnancy?
First off, baby aspirin is sometimes given to women who have had multiple pregnancy losses during their first trimester, the theory being that clotting disorders can cause pregnancy loss, says Jeff Chapa, M.D., director of Cleveland Clinic’s Maternal Fetal Medicine department.
We all appreciate clean, smoke-free air, right? (That's more true than ever during pregnancy.) Well, now it looks like there's even more reason to support smoking bans.
You’re having a baby! Cue the confetti—and grab that scanner. To help shortlist your registry selections, we’ve searched myriad options for your munchkin to bring you the very best.
Iron, protein, and vitamins A and C, make this steak the perfect prenatal dinner. Pair it with a folate and calcium-rich spinach salad for the ultimate pregnancy power meal. Bonus: It’s so delicious you won’t even miss your usual glass of Malbec. Related: 5 Ways to Rock Your Pregnancy Diet