A whopping 30% of pregnant women get periodontal disease. It is a curable problem. Treatment may not only help save your teeth, but may improve the health and well-being of your baby as well.
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by Michele Brown
Hemorrhoids are a very common medical complaint. About 40% of pregnant women develop them. So what can you do to prevent them? If you have them, what is a safe treatment for you and baby?
If you've been prescribed to bed rest for your pregnancy, this brings all kinds of things into question. Here is a list to ask your healthcare provider.
What are the questions to ask about your family history of possible birth defects or genetic disorders? Read the list we've put together for you!
Find out what questions to ask your doctor about Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS).
Mild dizziness can be normal, so you may not need a special appointment with your healthcare provider to discuss it. However, your doctor may have helpful suggestions about how to limit or prevent dizziness, so you should not hesitate to speak with him or her.
Dehydration can be serious, more so if pregnant. Get armed with the right questions to ask your doctor about it!
What is cervical insufficiency? Find out and learn what questions you should ask your doctor about it!