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Pregnancy and Your Eyes

Pregnancy changes our bodies in so many ways, but did you know it can affect you eyesight?

Kegels, Pelvic Tilt, Breathing, Oh My!

Many women experience low back pain during pregnancy as a result of altered posture and stretched, weakened muscles. Unfortunately this pain doesn’t always dissipate after the arrival of your new bundle of joy and may even start post-partum from carrying your little one around and poor posture while breast feeding. Even if you have been lucky and haven’t experienced any pain, you may benefit from core strengthening exercises to strengthen the muscles that have been affected while you were pregnant. Prior to starting any exercises get clearance from a Doctor to ensure it is safe to begin.

Do’s and Don’t for Prenatal Exercise:

Getting pregnant doesn't mean your working out days are over. Here are some tips from Stephanie Riley-Sookram from Warrioress Fitness to help you stay in shape with your precious cargo on board.

Tips and Tricks shared by our famiizuu moms about how to achieve success when trying to conceive!

So you finally do it. You announce to the world that you and your significant other are trying to conceive a baby. Before you know it everyone is sharing their words of wisdom on what the best way to get pregnant is. The conversations with those well-meaning friends can get quite scientific or downright eyebrow raising! We engaged our famiizuu mamas in a frank discussion on our message biard about making the baby magic happen.

Loss of a Twin

You get the news that you are pregnant with twins and then all of a sudden the joy you are feeling is taken away when the doctor tells you, you have lost one of them. "How could we go from such excitement and joy to a feeling complete of despair?"

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