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"A practical 12-month perpetual calendar for moms to be, revised based on customer feedback."
"Baby Chronicles Pregnancy Planner" helps new and expectant mothers stay organized and guides them through the maze of appointments, tests and physical changes so characteristic of this life-changing event.
This perpetual calendar can begin in any month and year, as chosen by the expectant mother, and has important information on pregnancy and newborn baby care. The planner organizes the days and months leading up to the baby's birth as well as after the big day. The information mothers record in their planner creates a collection of memorabilia from this special time, which can also be used as a guide for future pregnancies.
The features include: A rolling 12-month calendar
The revised format and layout of this superb planner is based on customers' feedback on the first edition. New developments are also included, and all the information is updated.
Why all moms forget the pregnancy side effects and the pain of labor as soon as the baby arrives? Which side effects are the most common and how I cope with them? Will I be able to breast feed? Why does a working women usually keep the pregnancy secret? How long should women work while pregnant? Jasna Zekic does not question only the process of child-bearing while dealing with the unexpected side effects. She questions the socio-economic system in place for women - from work environment to maternity leave policies in place. She begins her first trimester observing the role of hormones. Some of the side-effects cause back pain, insomnia and exhaustion while others have an effect on her potty business and hair growth. She does not hide anything, from her food cravings, weight increase, the frequent visits to OB&GYN, to mood changes. Zekic illustrates pregnancy month by month and what women go through while growing a small human inside a womb. Her Two CentsÂ´Worth cover the topic on why sex is not so forbidden fruit for pregnant women. The reality of unexpected body changes. The work conditions. The birth preparation, anticipation, and the fear of giving the birth. My Two CentsÂ´Worth symbolize the amendment to known facts about the pregnancy, and the reality of normal side effects. Pregnant women, and all future moms reading this book will be prepared to expect the unexpected. The book can deliver more than just examples about certain discomforts. It will change the way we appreciate the pregnant woman and the way we interpret the world helping them prepare for the big future.
Type 1 diabetes is a serious and common disease, afflicting one per 200 of the population worldwide. It is widely believed to cause harmful physical maldevelopment--congenital malformations--and other consequences in the unborn children of women with the disease. This book considers the history of the disease in pregnant women and this belief that it causes anomalies since the time of the discovery of insulin in 1921, and presents a profound and critical appraisal of the subject of its supposed prenatal harmfulness.
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