Pregnancy

How to Tell the Difference Between a Positive Pregnancy Test & An Evap Line

Oh, the dreaded evap line. If you've ever tossed a negative pregnancy test in the trash, only to dig it out hours later and be shocked by that second line, you know what we're talking about. In most cases, it's not a true positive, but rather a very cruel and confusing phenomenon called an evap line. [...]

What You Should Do in the First Month of Pregnancy

You just found out you're pregnant. It's exciting! It's beautiful! It's … overwhelming. The first month of pregnancy is only the beginning of a long journey, but there are a few things you should do right away to set yourself up for success. Think about daycare. We know it sounds crazy to think about daycare when [...]

2017-04-03T08:26:13+00:00 Pregnancy|

High-Risk Pregnancies

There is no single definition of what comprises a high-risk pregnancy, but most medical professionals define a high-risk pregnancy as one that puts the baby or mother at a greater health risks than usual, or one that may cause complications at the time of delivery.[1.Artal, R. (2015) “High-Risk Pregnancy.” Merck Manuals. Retrieved November 6, 2015, [...]

Heterotopic Pregnancy

A heterotopic pregnancy occurs when there is both intrauterine and extra-uterine gestation – in other words, it is a multiple pregnancy, with one embryo implanted normally in the uterus and one implanted as an ectopic pregnancy. Under normal circumstances (when conception occurs naturally), the likelihood of heterotopic pregnancies is quite rare (one in 30,000 pregnancies [...]

How Thyroid Conditions Affect Pregnancy

A condition of the thyroid can be concerning for women who are TTC as well as women who are pregnant, because it affects the production of the thyroid hormone, which is responsible for regulating the metabolism, or the body’s energy use. Because pregnancy naturally affects hormones, the thyroid is affected somewhat even during normal pregnancies. [...]

2017-01-09T07:41:07+00:00 Pregnancy|

Recovery from a Miscarriage

A woman’s body can recover from a miscarriage within a few weeks or a month, and normal menstrual periods typically resume in four to six weeks after a miscarriage. It can take longer to recover emotionally, however. Many couples experience an immense grief following a miscarriage, and it is not uncommon for a couples to [...]

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Jade & Tanner Got Pregnant with Ava!

Thank you everyone for all the support and for sharing your stories since we announced our pregnancy on Wednesday! We are so excited! For those of you who have been following us for a while, you may have seen our past post back in November about using the @avawomen bracelet to help us get pregnant faster. We got pregnant really soon after we started using Ava! I wore the bracelet every night while sleeping and Ava told us which five days were the best days to try for a baby each month. It took so much stress out of the process and was so easy to use. Since so many of you have kindly opened your hearts to me and have shared your stories about trying to get pregnant, I wanted to share what worked for us. Also, I've partnered with Ava to get you all a $20 off coupon code: JANNERBABY I'll be using Ava for all our future pregnancies and cycle tracking between babies. Thank you, Ava.

Mamiblock Got Pregnant with Ava!

@Mamiblock​ benutzt nun auch Ava! Hier ein kleiner Ausschnitt aus Julias Beitrag auf Youtube in dem sie erklärt, wie Ava funktioniert! Wir sind gespannt, wie es weiter geht mit Ava und Julia! Einen erholsamen Samstag Euch allen!