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1st Trimester

Herb, Goat Cheese and Spinach Frittata

By using half whole eggs and half egg whites, you get the yolks' nutrients—especially choline and omega-3s for fetal brain development—with less cholesterol.

10 Common Questions About Sex During Pregnancy

Pregnant women often don't want to have sex because they think that it may harm the baby inside the uterus, but sex is a normal part of pregnancy. (Intercourse movement or penetration doesn't harm the baby, but in the final weeks of pregnancy many doctors suggest avoiding sex as a safety precaution, since hormones present in semen may stimulate contractions.) Other than that, there's no reason to make changes in your sex life during pregnancy, unless your specialist advises, or you have a medical condition. Ready to get busy? Let's answer a few common questions first.

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