Question: How does a miscarriage feel at 9 weeks?

What might I feel during a miscarriage? Many women have a miscarriage early in their pregnancy without even realising it. They may just think they are having a heavy period. If this happens to you, you might have cramping, heavier bleeding than normal, pain in the tummy, pelvis or back, and feel weak. How long …

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When should I cut babies hair?

There’s no specific age recommended for a first haircut, it can be anywhere between 6 months and 2 years on average. Some babies are born with lots of hair and may be ready sooner than others, and some parents choose to prolong the first haircut well into toddlerhood. What happens if you cut a baby’s …

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You asked: Can I have crab sticks when pregnant?

Can you eat crabsticks during pregnancy? No, it’s best to avoid eating crab sticks and seafood sticks when you’re pregnant as it’s difficult to determine exactly which fish have been used to make them. Can I eat crab stick while pregnant? Imitation crab meat checks both boxes, so it’s safe to eat during pregnancy. Pollock, …

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Question: Do babies need dental coverage?

Is pediatric dental insurance mandatory? The Affordable Care Act (ACA) says that all children under age 19 are entitled to basic dental care. In fact, pediatric dental insurance is one of the ACA’s 10 essential benefits that must be included in all marketplaces plans. Do newborns need dental? The American Dental Association recommends bringing your …

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Is it normal to stop gaining weight third trimester?

You Stop Gaining Weight At the end of your pregnancy, you might begin losing weight. This is completely normal and won’t affect the baby’s weight. This weight loss may be due to lower levels of amniotic fluid, more bathroom breaks, and increased physical activity. Does weight gain slow down in third trimester? Instead the pattern …

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Quick Answer: Do babies sleep more some days?

Babies have shorter sleep cycles than adults and wake or stir about every 40 minutes. By 3 months, many babies will have settled into a pattern of longer times awake during the day, and longer sleep times (perhaps 4 to 5 hours) at night. Most will still be waking once or twice during the night …

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What is second child syndrome?

The second child (or middle child) no longer has their status as the baby and is left with no clear role in the family, or a feeling of being “left out”. What is second child personality? Second born children tend to “bounce off” the firstborn – or the child immediately ahead of them – often …

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