Some thoughtful gifts for pregnant women include practical accessories that ease pregnancy-related discomfort, educational parenting materials, and tools to commemorate and record the pregnancy, according to BabyCenter. ... More »

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Folic acid and iron are two of the most important vitamins for pregnant women, says the Mayo Clinic. Folic acid works to prevent neural tube defects in the baby, while iron supports the baby's development and growth, as ... More »

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There is a correlation between taking a general multivitamin and fewer ovulation problems, reports TheBump.com. However, iron and calcium supplements in particular may aid in getting pregnant. Supplementation with coenzy... More »

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While there are no reports of hair dye causing damage to a developing fetus during pregnancy, women who are concerned about this possibility should opt for hair dye procedures in which the dye doesn't touch the scalp, ac... More »

As with all pregnant women, getting enough rest, eating properly and staying hydrated are some of the most important ways to stay healthy at 35 weeks of pregnancy and beyond, explains BabyCenter. This is especially cruci... More »

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Although it is impossible to be pregnant if while menstruating, many women have light bleeding during their pregnancy, especially during the first trimester. This bleeding may be mistaken for a menstrual period. A common... More »

Cough drops are considered a low-risk medicine and are labeled as safe to take during pregnancy, according to BabyCenter. However, it is important to check with a doctor or midwife before taking any medicine during pregn... More »

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