The early weeks of pregnancy are fragile—and confusing. Here, the answers to your questions.
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Moms-to-be and new moms are all about their babies. And why wouldn't they be? Moms want to provide for their newborns' every need. But we at Fit Pregnancy believe that it's just as important for new moms to care for themselves. After all, new moms are experiencing a new transition in their lives--a time when both their bodies and their souls could use some special attention. The Taking Care of You Guide offers tips on just how to do that. The guide covers subjects as varied as pampering your skin, making the perfect healthy snack, communing with your soul through meditation or yoga, indulging your need for rest, paying attention to your dreams, embracing your new body, and pre- and post-baby sex.
Take our advice: Pamper yourself in ways that feel right. A happy Mom makes a happy baby!
Taking Care of Your Body
Calm Mind, Strong Body
Our prenatal workout combines tai chi, yoga and pilates to help you relax and stay fit
These at-home exercises for new moms are designed to strengthen your abs, chest, lower back and legs.
Why your own first medical exam after having a baby is as important as your newborn's
All your heartwarming favorites -- mac-and-cheese and fried chicken -- with a twist: They're low-fat and nutrient-rich for pregnancy.
Looking your best
Baby Your Skin
Say goodbye to itchy patches, brown blotches and bizarre breakouts.
Soothe Your Soles
Take a load off with these cooling treats for legs and feet
Mama's Got A Brand-New Bag
Clean up your makeup routine with these pregnancy-safe products.
Enjoying an intimate connection
You Can Do It
The art of enjoying sex throughout your pregnancy
The First Time
Sex after having a baby poses unique challenges. Here are some fun solutions.
Taking Care of Your Soul
From meditating to snacking to leg rubs, here are tips from 15 experts on how to boost your mood.
Your unconscious thoughts can be a useful map to your pregnancy hopes, fantasies and fears.
Take it Easy
10 ways to slow down, worry less and enjoy your pregnancy