When to Call Your Doctor or Midwife

The Mommy MD Guide Book: Surviving Morning Sickness

You know that feeling crummy is a small part of pregnancy, but if morning sickness is severe, your doctor may prescribe a medication or recommend taking a supplement. Here’s a list of morning sickness symptoms that warrant an immediate phone call to your physician or midwife. Vomiting blood or if your vomit looks like coffee … Continued

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Eating for Two at Thanksgiving

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Pregnant mothers have a lot to be thankful for during the Thanksgiving holiday.  Every expectant mother wants to enjoy dinner, but a few tips come to mind when it comes to preparing the meal.  These are some extra things for a pregnant woman to keep in mind as she makes her dinner decisions, not only … Continued

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Battling Morning Sickness

Queasy Drops in five flavors for relieving an upset stomach

One of the early signs of pregnancy is that horrible nausea known as morning sickness.  This is one of the first signs of pregnancy and it usually fades away by the second trimester.  During the periods of sickness you will try anything for just a little relief, so here are a few tips. Balance Activity … Continued

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Meet Julie Davine of Three Lollies

VoyageLA just published a great new article about Three Lollies. Three Lollies was started by healthcare professionals who saw how debilitating nausea can be for pregnant women, cancer patients, bariatric patients, and others suffering from chronic nausea. They wanted to find a natural, drug-free remedy to help ease nausea symptoms and dry mouth. You can … Continued

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Stomach Bacteria and Cancer

We have all heard about the importance of healthy stomach bacteria, but a recent study showed the importance of having fauna in our gut.  Professor Pritchard from the University of Liverpool lead a study looking at the bacterial strains inside the gut of patients with stomach cancer.  The results indicated correlation between a variety of … Continued

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