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Folic Acid

Folic Acid

Prenatal vitamins can be expensive but, folic acid - the one you should make sure you are taking if you are trying for a baby is inexpensive. The recommended daily dose is 400 mg. At least one month ahead and during the first term of pregnancy. It can help prevent...

Pregnancy & Vitamin D

Pregnancy & Vitamin D

Recently the British Medical Journal have found there is no need to take Vitamin D during pregnancy with regards to development of a baby. While Vitamin D is good for you, it’s also very easy to overdose on. Unless you’ve been advised by a medical professional, it’s probably better for...

Giving Birth

Giving Birth

Two things I would have loved to know before going into labour: 1. Cold feet slow down labour. Get those feet warm or socks on. I gave birth to our twins in winter and I walked around like a mad woman in the snow to help bring on contractions. In...

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