I always thought that once you were pregnant, no travel insurance would cover you. Not just for anything baby related, but in general. I’m not quite sure where I even got that idea from (because hey, that sucks!), but now that I am pregnant I have one of those nifty apps that tell you all sorts of things.
There are floods of ads on TV all the time about taking prenatal vitamins before becoming pregnant. But if you're like me, and weren't trying, chances are very high that you haven't been. And this is OK. When I found out at the doctors at around 6 weeks, the doctor wrote down a vitamin for me to grab on the way out, to start taking once a day, as it's really important especially in the first 12 weeks to be giving your baby all of these vital nutrients.
I have to be honest, starting antenatal yoga classes was actually one of the main reasons I decided to start this website - Relevancy? Well, I knew that I wanted to do exercise throughout my pregnancy, and I figured yoga and pilates would be good, especially with my back problems (which hadn't so much started to become a huge pain at this time, thank god). I knew there was antenatal yoga, and lets face it, it seems to be what the pregnant women do on movies.
Pregnancy Massage with a Physio
Finally .. some relief. And I hope everyone reading this who has experienced any back pain, or pelvic instability whilst pregnant can also have some! You'll know (if you've read my Osteo article) that I have been suffering some pretty bad back pain while pregnant. The Osteo has helped relieve the symptoms slightly, however everyday is … Continue reading Pregnancy Massage with a Physio
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