Week 3: You may be pregnant but probably won't have any symptoms.What to do now:- Don't take any medications, prescription or over-the-counter without checking with your doctor. Particularly avoid all products containing vitamin A or its derivatives, such as Retin-A or Accutane. However, many conditions, such as asthma and diabetes, require ongoing treatment, so talk to your doctor before discontinuing any necessary medications.- Get a flu shot if you haven't already; they're safe.Read…
13 Signs Of Baby Teething Along With Symptoms And Remedies
For some women, the first trimester of pregnancy is a breeze, full of happiness and the start of a pregnancy glow. But it isn’t so easy for everyone. Some of us battle “all-day” sickness, exhaustion, constipation, headaches, and even acne. Read on for tips on coping with some of the more common symptoms of the first trimester.