Have trouble falling asleep? Struggling with back and hip pain? Perhaps you’re also feeling lightheaded? Don’t panic! These symptoms are perfectly normal during the third trimester of pregnancy.
You can add tiredness, heartburn, shortness of breath and spider veins to that list also!
In your search for effective birth control options, I’m sure you’ve come across a lot of conflicting information and a lot of confusing acronyms. When it comes to your health, it’s important to understand your options so you can make the right decision for you.
If you are pregnancy or trying to conceive, the Zika virus is probably a major concern for you now, especially now that we have had 23 confirmed cases in Tennessee at the time of writing this article. This virus is particularly devastating for pregnant women and their babies, so it’s important to understand how it’s spread and how to prevent infection.
If you are considering traveling pregnant, you may be nervous about going too far from home. The truth is, the second trimester could be the perfect time to vacation or visit other destinations. This is a time when morning sickness may subside and you still have quite a bit of energy. Talk to your physician before you go and enjoy this magical time before you give birth. Use the following tips for traveling while pregnant, and make yourself as safe and comfortable as possible: