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Posted by UpSpring on 10/1/2018 to Pre-Natal
Posted by Kristi Hightower on 7/11/2018 to Pre-Natal
If you've been trying to get pregnant for any length of time, you've probably tried natural fertility supplements and read many 'how to get pregnant' blogs. But now that you've seen those two little lines on the fertility test and it's official that you're pregnant, you may not know what to do first! That's why we created the UpSpring Essential Pregnancy Guide PDF to help you navigate the next 9 months of pregnancy with ease, feeling educated and confident as you get ready for your baby's arrival!
Posted by Kristi Hightower on 6/28/2018 to Pre-Natal
Are you getting ready to give birth? ...the third trimester is the best time to start getting ready for giving birth... "What do I pack in my hospital bag?" We've compiled a list of essential items for your hospital bag -- Download the PDF hospital bag checklist!
Posted by Kristi Hightower on 6/13/2018 to Pre-Natal
If you're a new mom or you are looking for the best gifts for new moms, you'll find this product round up for first time new moms helpful, especially, if you're struggling with gift ideas for the baby shower party you've got on your calendar. For the most part, babies don't need a lot of 'stuff,' but the tired, exhausted, new mom definitely will! Read the list of ultimate baby shower gift ideas now!
Posted by Kristi Hightower on 4/26/2018 to Pre-Natal
If you’ve tried everything on this list and nothing seems to give you relief, remember being uncomfortable during pregnancy is totally normal and your pelvic and hip pain won’t last forever. Here are 7 easy ways to minimize your discomfort.
Posted by UpSpring on 4/2/2018 to Pre-Natal
Posted by Kristi Hightower on 12/15/2017 to Pre-Natal
Symptoms of early pregnancy might seem like minor discomforts to some and humorous . If you're asking the question "How can I tell if I'm pregnant?" then you'll want to read our "Mysterious Pregnancy Symptoms."
Posted by Kristi Hightower on 11/28/2017 to Pre-Natal
It’s estimated that one in 33 babies are born with a birth defect and with the right nutrition, many of these birth defects are preventable. Specifically, vitamin B9 has been clinically shown to prevent neural tube defects (NTDs), which are birth defects that affect the spinal cord and brain development. But which version should you take, folic acid or folate? What’s the difference and what are the risks to you or your baby if you don’t get enough? What do the best prenatal vitamins contain?