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What is Late Menstrual Cycle

The scenario of “late periods” varies. Usually though, it’s any of the three cases below that may become causes for worry for you: 1. Your regular periods have been taking longer to come for a while now and you can’t figure out why. They may even have stopped entirely. 2. You had your first period […]

November 14, 2011 | 0 Comments More

How to Use a Menstrual Cup?

Menstrual cups are alternatives to tampons that are considered to be more Eco-friendly than the latter and other feminine hygiene products. The following steps have been arranged to help you use one safely and effectively: Steps to follow: Hold the menstrual cup upright and fold the upper, (larger end) of the cup in half. Repeat […]

November 12, 2011 | 0 Comments More

How to Get Rid of Menstrual Period Odor

Each vagina has its distinctive scent, and this holds true for menstruating vaginas as well. The odor for menstruating vaginas is usually quite mild and virtually undetectable by people around you. However, it can get stronger in a few cases. If that happens, make sure it isn’t an infection. If you have one, go see […]

November 12, 2011 | 0 Comments More

40 Weeks Pregnant

Congratulations! If everything goes well, you are now at the end of the pregnancy and the baby will be out literally any second now (if the baby isn’t out yet). It is a very fulfilling end to a very exciting 9-month period. Good news awaits you! How’s the baby coming on? Development in the baby […]

September 29, 2011 | 0 Comments More

39 Weeks Pregnant

Make sure everyone is ready to welcome a new member into the family. Prepare the baby garments you should have purchased (or knitted) months ago and make sure they’re clean and newly-washed. The crib, baby comforter, baby blanket and all the other accessories should now be ready for the coming of the little tyke. How’s […]

September 29, 2011 | 2 Comments More

38 Weeks Pregnant

Delivery room By now, all the other details relating to the birth of the baby should have been ironed out. For example, who will join the mother inside the delivery room? Who will take care of the other children (if any) and who will house-sit (if there’s no one else staying in the house) during […]

September 29, 2011 | 0 Comments More

37 Weeks Pregnant

Term pregnancy: Completion Yours is now what is called a term pregnancy. This means that once the mother begins labor, there will be nothing done to try to stop it (unlike in the previous weeks). In other words, you have completed the full 9 months that are required to fully develop an offspring in humans. […]

September 29, 2011 | 1 Comment More

36 Weeks Pregnant

By now, you should be going to the doctor every week so that he or she can check how soon the baby will be born. Remember to always bring the hospital bag you prepared everywhere you go so that you’ll always be ready to check in for labor, which could be anytime now. Remember, you need to […]

September 29, 2011 | 1 Comment More

35 Weeks Pregnant

You are now approaching the end of this stressful, tiring and yet fulfilling phase of your lives, and looking at the beginning of another demanding and exhausting period – raising a newly born baby. You are bound to miss being carefree, and things like going to spontaneous dates, spending hours shopping etc, but you’ll definitely […]

September 29, 2011 | 1 Comment More

34 Weeks Pregnant

Relieve the fears of labor Reading up To reduce some of the common fears for first-time mothers, make sure you read up on what to expect during labor. Labor is basically composed of three stages: The first stage is when contractions open the cervix. The second stage is when you finally push the baby out. The final […]

September 29, 2011 | 1 Comment More