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Second Trimester

 

Travelling while pregnant

Unless you have a high-risk pregnancy there's no reason why vacations out of the question, but bear in mind the restrictions your condition imposes on your travels when you go abroad...

 

Pregnancy yoga benefits and exercise tips

Find out the benefits of pregnancy yoga as well as the expert's top 5 exercises to do whilst pregnant!

 

The do's and don'ts of pregnancy made easy

We all know how to get pregnant but what do when you actually are with-child can be quite tricky to work out on your own. We got the experts to help.

 

How to combat tiredness in pregnancy

It's no surprise that during your pregnancy you might be feeling pretty worn out! So if you're feeling the fatigue here's some advice to get those energy levels up again...

 

Diet during pregnancy: Foods to avoid and healthy eating

Want to know what you should and shouldn't eat when you're pregnant? We found out.

 

Vacationing while pregnant

Let us guide you through when and where to go on holiday, what precautions to take and everything you need to make the most of a well-deserved break when you're pregnant.

 

Body changes in pregnancy: 12 tips for pregnancy body beauty

Banish the blues and feel amazing as we celebrate the body changes in pregnancy and how to make the most of them!

 

Pregnancy health: ward off winter ailments

Just because you're pregnant doesn't mean you're spared from the onslaught of winter bugs! We've called in the experts to answer your questions and help you ward off ailments that...

 

The fifth month of pregnancy

You're into the fifth month of your pregnancy. During this month you will start to feel better and the mother-child bond will begin to materialize. The major event of the 5th month...

 

Finding out baby's sex

Pink or blue for the nursery? Whatever the sex of your baby you'll love it with all your heart, but do you really want to know if it’s a boy or a girl? 70% of parents do...

 

The sixth month of pregnancy

When you’re six months pregnant, your baby measures about 22cm from head to tailbone, weighs 700g, and is considered viable, meaning he/she could theoretically survive outside...

 

Amniocentesis

During your pregnancy your doctor may offer you an amniocentesis. What is it? Does it indicate abnormalities for the baby? Here's what you need to know.

 

The fourth month of pregnancy

You're into the fourth month of your pregnancy. At this time, a lot of mums-to-be find that they’re getting bigger and rounder and it’s not unusual to hear them crying out...