Personal Care eBook on 100 Pregnancy Tips - Increase in sex drive. [NOOK Book]


Tips On Your Baby And You


Be ready for the changes.

Each week in your pregnancy period, there are certain changes that you can prepare yourself for. For ...
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Personal Care eBook on 100 Pregnancy Tips - Increase in sex drive.

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Tips On Your Baby And You


Be ready for the changes.

Each week in your pregnancy period, there are certain changes that you can prepare yourself for. For example, it is usually at the sixth and seventh weeks that you would experience mood changes. Aside from that, when you approach the eight week, that is also the time when you may have morning sickness.

Increase in sex drive.

During the second trimester of pregnancy, you can experience increased sex drive. In other words, you may want to make love with your spouse more often. Since this is normal, then there is no need to worry about it. Aside from that, your baby actually would not get hurt when you do the deed with your husband. The only times when doctors do not recommend it is when a woman is experiencing pregnancy problems, such as bleeding.

Getting enough exercise.

Even when you are already pregnant, it is still best that you get enough exercise, not just for you, but for your baby as well. Getting enough physical activities each day can help in preparing you for the delivery time. Aside from that, it can also lower your risk to having miscarriage.

Kegel exercises.

Many women are very happy that they practiced the Kegel exercises before giving birth. This is because, it can help in labor as well as child delivery. To perform it, you can start by squeezing your pelvic muscles, which would be similar to when you are trying to stop urinating. Hold that for about 5 seconds, relax, and repeat it for 10 times, for as much as 5 times per day.

1. Don't rush yourself.
2. Planning for pregnancy.
3. Increase your chances for getting pregnant.
4. Be ready for the challenges.
5. Dealing with changes.
6. Knowing your ovulation schedule.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016431635
  • Publisher: colin lian
  • Publication date: 2/3/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 18
  • Sales rank: 1,331,996
  • File size: 224 KB

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