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Isn't it exciting to see your baby grow bigger and move on screen? Keep track of your baby's developmental milestones with our checklist of prenatal scans and tests.
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Work those pelvic floor muscles and stay active to reduce swelling and relieve that niggling backache. Check out our suggestions for safe exercises at each stage of your pregnancy.
Wondering about what to expect during labour and whether you should opt for natural childbirth or C-section? Get your FAQs answered this month by our O&G specialists.
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