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Pregnancy Symptoms and Solutions: 19 Body Changing Pregnancy Symptoms You Need to Know During Pregnancy or Planning a Pregnancy As you slowly make your way on the highest peak of the steep hill, your heart beats faster, stomach turning, and you are now minutes away from the breathtaking descent. Fear and excitement, both emotions are rambling inside your head. The coaster stopped. Then there was total silence. You close your fist. Clack! Everyone in the coaster is screaming and swinging their arms to release the tension. Next thing you know the ride was about to end. Did you enjoy it? Just like a roller coaster ride, pregnancy is both exciting and frightening. It is exciting because a little angel is about to greet the world after nine months. But at the same time, it is frightening because this experience is new to you. You are afraid of what will happen and worried about the succeeding months. Will you be okay? How will you check if your baby is doing great? Many things occupy your head making this roller coaster ride less enjoying. Worrying is like closing your eyes while you are on the ride. Now, how will you enjoy it? Fight the anxiety! How will you do that? Knowledge is the key! The only way to enjoy this wonderful ride is to educate yourself about the ups and downs of pregnancy. Well, in this case, the symptoms you will encounter during pregnancy. In this book, you will learn what is happening inside your body and the reasons why you feel these symptoms. After you have read this book, you will surely be equipped with the knowledge you should have to fight all your worries. So, fasten your seat belts. Here we go! Chapter 1: The Changing YOU Chapter 2: Frequent Urination and Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) Chapter 3: Nausea Chapter 4: Fatigue, Shortness of Breath and Heart Burn Chapter 5: Edema Chapter 6: Leg Cramps and Joint Issues Chapter 7: Back, Front, Groin Pain Chapter 8: Varicose Veins and Stretch Marks Chapter 9: Food Cravings Chapter 10: Sleep, Stress and Depression Chapter 11: Constipation and Hemorrhoids Chapter 12: Vaginal Discharge Chapter 13: Nose Bleed and Stuffy Nose Chapter 14: Breast Heaviness Chapter 15: Headache and Hot Flashes Chapter 16: Bleeding of the Gums Chapter 17: Excessive Salivation Chapter 18: Gas Chapter 19: Severe Symptoms (DVT, Preeclampsia and Vaginal Vaginosis) Chapter 20: Exercises Chapter 21: Diet and Recipes
Pregnancy is beautiful and natural! In this guidebook, we spend some time talking about the holistic approach and how it can do wonders for your journey into motherhood. The holistic approach is a way of thinking that allows women to go through their pregnancy in a natural and healthy way by making decisions which are aligned with mother earth, such as diet, medicine, supplementation, exercise, and much more! Whats inside? Interested in finding out more about the holistic approach to pregnancy and how it can do so much good for you and your baby? Some of the things that we will discuss in detail in this book include:
In Pregnancy and Parenthood in a Foreign Land: My Experience in Thailand with Useful Tips for Mothers Everywhere, Rebecca Wongwiboonchai shares her experiences of her first pregnancy, giving birth, and becoming a new parent in a foreign land. A British expat living with her husband in Thailand, the author gives us an honest and candid glimpse into her adventure from beginning to end. Each chapter is divided into two sections: "A Real-life Experience," in which she tells the story as it happened for her (including pregnancy, labour and birth, first days of motherhood and breastfeeding, and travelling and working with a newborn) and "The Facts," where she offers straight talk on practicalities, such as things one might like to consider when making choices, a discussion of food and diet, vaccinations, the importance of personal time, and equipment essentials. Although Wongwiboonchai's account takes place in Thailand, the descriptions of her firsthand experiences and valuable tips are applicable to expat mothers-to-be worldwide. The author shares the lessons that she learned-oftentimes the hard way-so that you don't have to.
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