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Planning your pregnancy

Planning your pregnancy

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Published by Carolina Population Center in Chapel Hill, N.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birth control

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Office of Economic Opportunity. Office of Health Affairs. Family Planning Program
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15464341M

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Planning your pregnancy Download PDF EPUB FB2

With excellent illustration and charts, features include week-by-week information about your baby’s growth, as well as month-by-month updates on your changing body over the course of pregnancy.

The book also includes advice on how to get pregnant, meal planning, exercise, medication, and parenthood.

Planning your pregnancy means thinking about what it means to have a baby and making decisions with your partner about your family. Women who plan their pregnancies are more likely to get healthy before pregnancy and get prenatal care during pregnancy than women who don’t plan.

Pregnancy planning begins even before conception for many women. Others choose to start planning when they are aware of a pregnancy. While it is possible to have a healthy pregnancy and baby without a pregnancy plan, developing a pregnancy plan is one way to help ensure that your baby has the greatest chances of having good health and that you have a healthy pregnancy.

Pregnancy: For the First Time Moms, What They Don’t Tell You by Darell Spice, this pregnancy book is bumpin’: Pregnancy isn’t always pretty, and this pregnancy book dares to go there.

Instead of the sweeter moments, like hearing your wee one’s heartbeat or kicks for the first time, the information here is more nitty.

After reading several pregnancy books that either focused way too much on the negatives of pregnancy, or were too flippant and breezy about pregnancy, reading a book like this was a huge relief.

Yes, it is somewhat clinical. But frankly, I would rather read a book with a neutral, clinical perspective. It was reassuring in a way/5(4). Before Your Pregnancy is a wonderful and invaluable resource for couples planning a pregnancy. I highly recommend this book.” I highly recommend this book.” —Peter Bernstein, MD, MPH, Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology and Women’s Health, Director of the Fellowship Program in Maternal Fetal Medicine, Montefiore Medical.

Congratulations on your pregnancy. This is a very exciting time in your life. And we’re here to help keep you and your baby healthy. The information in this guide can help you make your best choices to be well.

Please read it carefully. It’ll help you prepare for word “baby” to your pregnancy and your new baby. If you have. “This is the book that patients and doctors have been waiting for. Lu has pulled together a huge amount of critical information to help families prepare for pregnancy.” (Laura E.

Riley, MD, Medical Director of Labor and Delivery, Massachusetts General Hospital and Author of You and Your Baby: Pregnancy)Reviews: Some pregnancy-related complications, such as gestational diabetes, also are more common in older mothers. The age of the baby's father can play a role, too.

Your health care provider can help you put any risks into perspective, as well as develop a plan to give your baby the best start. Before Your Pregnancy is a wonderful and invaluable resource for couples planning a pregnancy. I highly recommend this book.” —Peter Bernstein, MD, MPH, Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology and Women’s Health, Director of the Fellowship Program in Maternal Fetal Medicine, Montefiore Medical Center/Albert Einstein College of /5(72).

Written by doula Erica Chidi Cohen, Nurture walks you through the months of your pregnancy and the early postpartum phase in a comforting (but not condescending) way. Cohen includes recipes and exercises (physical and spiritual) for each month to keep you going.

Since she’s a doula, the book also focuses on your labor and birth goals with a helpful “birth letter” exercise. Before Your Pregnancy is a wonderful and invaluable resource for couples planning a pregnancy.

I highly recommend this book.” I highly recommend this book.” —Peter Bernstein, MD, MPH, Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology and Women’s Health, Director of the Fellowship Program in Maternal Fetal Medicine, Montefiore Medical Reviews: Pre-pregnancy care (also called preconception care) helps find issues that could affect your pregnancy, so you and your doctor can take steps to avoid potential problems.

Your nurse or doctor will talk with you about your physical and mental health, and give you any exams or screenings you might need to help make sure you have a healthy pregnancy.

Whatever your questions, understanding your pregnancy week by week can help you make good decisions throughout your pregnancy. Learn nutrition do's and don'ts, and get the basics on other healthy pregnancy issues — from exercise to back pain and sex. Research childcare centers if you plan to return to work or school; many have long waiting lists.

Talk to your doctor if you’re interested in genetic testing. Schedule the Baby & You Orientation Tour. Follow safe food-handling recommendations. Plan how and when you will announce your pregnancy. Second Trimester (weeks ). Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team.

If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn commission. Expert advice from stay-at-home dad Adrian Kulp, who puts first-time dads at ease with invaluable guidance in We're Pregnant. Planning Your Pregnancy and Birth book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Be the first to ask a question about Planning Your Pregnancy and Birth Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to your favorite list» Community Reviews/5. Use the Healthy Eating for Pregnancy booklet to plan a healthy diet.

Something to think about Cut out alcohol altogether while you’re pregnant – this is the best way to reduce any Book your antenatal classes.

Classes will help you feel prepared and confident about labour and the birth of your baby. Find a resource for tracking your pregnancy week-by-week.

There are great books, apps and websites that are really amazing. It is exciting to learn what is happening with your body and baby each week of your pregnancy.

I like this FREE pregnancy email course for starters. Just plug in your due date and get free weekly updates delivered to your. A lot of the advice you’ll find in this book is specific to the stages of pregnancy and parenthood, like sharing the news and prepping for your return.

But it’s also all about context; being aware—early on—of the realities of life as a working mother gives you some time to make a plan/5(50). In this book, you are asked questions focused on how you feel about your pregnancy and your relationship with your mother and the father of your baby.

There is space provided to record your thoughts. As you go through your pregnancy and adapt to being the mother of a new baby, it is important that you.

A pregnancy journal or planner is a great way to help keep you focused on pregnancy. Believe me, you think nine months is a long time when the pregnancy test turns positive, but before you know it, the months have flown by and you feel very rushed to get things this respect, the organizer part can be very helpful in keeping you on track.

Baby Catcher: Chronicles of a Modern Midwife by Peggy Vincent- A memoir of a midwife who has delivered hundreds of babies.

Some very touching birth stories and some great info mixed in. The Birth Partner by Penny Simkin- A great resource for moms, dads, labor coaches, doulas, etc. Make your husband and birth team read this book (so they won’t say things like “ssshhhh it’s ok, don’t.