As a mother-to-be, it is only natural to consider if such treatments are safe while pregnant or breastfeeding. In this article, we take a look at what science says about Botox and new moms. We also explore alternative routes to great-looking skin.
Prepping for your new bundle of joy comes with a laundry list of no-nos: seafood, deli meat, caffeine and, of course, alcohol. As you clean out the fridge and pantry for nine months of safe eating, you’re also going to want to do some digging into your medicine cabinet and makeup bag.
It seems kind of weird that you’d get tested for sexually-transmitted infections (STIs) when you’re pregnant, but that’s exactly what doctors are recommending now. Why? Certain STIs can be transferred to the baby if they’re left untreated—and can have serious repercussions.
You’re feeling pretty lousy. You’ve got sniffles, sneezing, and a sore throat. Is it a cold, flu, or allergies? It can be hard to tell them apart because they share so many symptoms. But understanding the differences will help you choose the best treatment.
I became pregnant with my first son when I was 33 years old. When my husband and I went to our 6-hour long birthing class at our hospital, I pretty much tuned out during the breathing exercises. Everything they told me about what you could do to help during labor if you went without drugs or an epidural basically went in one ear and out the other. I just knew I wasn’t going to need those tips.