It’s important to monitor your diet closely when you are pregnant. The old cliché is that you’re eating for two, and that cliché is right. One such substance that you want to keep tabs on is caffeine. Caffeine can have potentially harmful effects on your developing child. The team at our center for IVF in New Jersey would like to take a brief moment right now to talk about caffeine and what you need to know about it when you are pregnant.
We all know that smoking is bad for you, and that when you’re pregnant, smoking bad for you as well as your unborn child. Yet while this is self-evident, you may be curious about why it’s so bad for your unborn child and what negative effects it can have on the health of said unborn child. The team here at our center for IVF in New Jersey has given many women advice on how to live healthy during their pregnancy. We’d take a moment right now to cover the dangers of smoking when you are pregnant.
Getting pregnant is often one of the greatest moments a couple can have, whether it’s done the old fashioned way or involves the help of a fertility specialist. This elation is undercut if the woman miscarries. The emotional and physical strain this can have is quite devastating. The team here at our center for IVF in New Jersey understands the sadness and great sense of loss that accompanies a miscarriage. We’d like to take a moment to look at some statistics and facts about miscarriage and discuss related matters that are important to keep in mind.
When you’re pregnant, you no doubt have a lot on your mind. Most importantly, you have to remain healthy to make sure that your child is as healthy as possible. Eating right, avoiding certain substances, and knowing the right substances to ingest is key to your child being healthy inside the womb and outside the womb. The team here at our center for IVF in New Jersey wants to go over one important substance that can help enhance the health of your child: folic acid.
We’ve already looked at what you can expect during the first trimester of pregnancy and the second trimester of pregnancy in previous posts, so it’s best now to finish this series on the stages of pregnancy and give you some valuable information that you can use in the future. The team here at our center for IVF in New Jersey will cover some of the basics, so keep in mind that there is much more to note when it comes to those critical final weeks before your expected due date.
We previously discussed what happens during the first trimester of a pregnancy, so now it may be a good idea to continue on with this topic and discuss what happens during the second trimester of pregnancy. There are plenty of matters you must be wondering about, which is why we at our center for IVF New Jersey suggest you speak with a member of our team or your health care provider for more details on this part of your pregnancy. That said, let’s take a brief look at what to expect.
A woman’s body will go through a lot of changes during the course of pregnancy. Some of these changes are visible or can be felt, while other changes are invisible. We at our center for IVF in New Jersey understand all of the questions and concerns that women face during the course of pregnancy, so here we want to go over some of the basic concerns that you may have during the first trimester of pregnancy. (And don’t worry, we’ll go over the second and third trimesters in later posts.)
There’s that old cliché out there that being pregnant means that you’re eating for two. That’s definitely true, since the mother’s diet is going to affect the health, well-being, and weight of the unborn child. So since you’re eating for two, you may wonder just how much extra you need to be eating for that second person inside of you. That’s a question we field a lot at our New Jersey in vitro fertilization (IVF) center. While the answer will vary depending on your own dietary needs and your weight, we’ll give some general advice that you should consider.
At our New Jersey IVF center, we understand just how much couples worry about the health of their child. We get many questions about what women ca do to ensure that their child remains healthy before the little bundle of joy is born. While it’s impossible to list all of the things you should avoid while pregnant, this list should give you a good idea of some basics to keep in mind.
Having children is a rewarding challenge, and after finally giving birth, one of the first challenges that you may face is picking the right name for your baby. There’s a lot of fun to this challenge, of course. You’ll want a name that sounds good and has some importance to you. While the team at our New Jersey in vitro fertilization (IVF) center can’t make this decision for you, we have a lit of some popular baby names from last year you may want to consider. Maybe they’ll give you some ideas.