1. Posted Written by: U Mamma Team

    While most people are aware of the potential dangers of certain foods during pregnancy, fewer are aware of the risks associated with certain products. When it comes to cosmetic and beauty products, for example, there are many misconceptions surrounding the risks associated with particular products.


    In this week’s blog post, we look at some popular cosmetic products and treatments, and explore their safety for pregnant women. Take a look.

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    Have you noticed that you’re more accident-prone now that you’re pregnant? You’re not alone. Many women notice they become more physically clumsy during their prenatal months. Although this is perfectly natural, given the numerous physical changes resulting from pregnancy, many women find themselves struggling with this sudden clumsiness.


    In this week’s article, we answer some of the most commonly asked questions about pregnancy-related clumsiness. Go ahead and take a look.

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    Many women report an increase in vivid or unusual dreams during their pregnancy. While many women will notice their dreams becoming more intense during their final trimester, changes to how you dream can happen in any trimester.


    Are you experiencing strange, vivid or abnormal dreams now that you’re pregnant? Not to worry. In this week’s article, we answer some of the most commonly asked questions from Mums-to-Be. Check it out.

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    If Hollywood movies are anything to go by, the arrival of your baby will be signalled by one thing: your water breaking. Not only that, but if you believe the movies, you’ll be standing in a supermarket queue or in the middle of an important meeting. The truth, of course, is a little less dramatic. According to healthcare professionals, only 15 percent of women actually experience their water breaking before going into labour. More often than not, you’ll already be in the hospital when it happens.


    In this week’s article, we explore some of the most commonly asked questions relating to this issue. Have a look.


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