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When you become the “talk of the village”

By Babylove Network | May 2, 2020

Like the forbidden fruit in the days of Eden, your pregnancy is likely to elicit huge interest from friends and foe. What therefore do you do when you find yourself, practically or by your own imagination, on the receiving end from the public? Your pregnancy is now the talk of the village. Even if yours is…


Pregnancy workout routine — be cautious!

By Babylove Network | May 2, 2020

Having a pregnancy workout routine is important. Exercise during pregnancy can turn pregnancy into fun and ease baby delivery. However, you need to be careful to do the right pregnancy exercises. Inappropriate exercises during pregnancy can put you and your baby at risk. It is advisable to talk to your doctor before you start working out.…

What pregnant women want…in their own words

By Babylove Network | May 2, 2020

Pregnant women now tell it all…from their hearts! Many of us are sensitive to scents. One day everything is fine and a few days or weeks after confirming you are pregnant, you suddenly cannot stand the smell of things. I remember clearing all the soap from our house. My husband looks at me like ‘we…


What to eat when pregnant – first trimester advice

By Babylove Network | May 2, 2020

What you eat during your pregnancy defines your pregnancy experience! Nutrition in your pregnancy diet plan should be among top priorities. What to eat during your pregnancy for the health and growth of your baby, is about making the right decisions regarding nutrition in your pregnancy diet plan. Nutritional choice in your diet plan is…


Safe sex during pregnancy — Know when to stop!

By Babylove Network | May 2, 2020

Safe sex during pregnancy is generally recommended, but you should know when to stop! Contrary to common belief, you can have safe sex during pregnancy whenever you choose to. Yes, throughout pregnancy. Safe sex during pregnancy cannot harm you or your baby unless there are other factors involved. There are three useful tips on this matter:…


How to get back your sex drive after baby delivery

By Babylove Network | October 13, 2018

Get back that kick! – rekindle your mood for sex after having a baby Try these practical steps Labour is exhausting and the effects of hormonal changes may make sex undesirable after delivery. This initial lack of desire for sex is natural, so do not worry! However, it is important to remember that the intimacy of…

Baby from rape – Baby from rape – taking the first steps…

By Babylove Network | May 2, 2020

Finding That Ray Of Hope In A Time Of Crisis Note: real names of individuals and locations withheld Jacinta had completed her fourth form the year before. Her mother, a school teacher who lived in Muhura, wanted Jacinta to attend computer classes. Since there were no computer schools in Muhura, she requested her younger brother…

Forceful pulling of the placenta is not advisable

By Babylove Network | May 3, 2020

Delivering your placenta must be done safely THERE are millions of women who deliver babies in hospitals but hear nothing about the placenta, let alone see it. The placenta is delivered naturally after the offspring, a process referred to as a ‘physiological third stage.’ If you come from the rural areas, you must be familiar…

Placental insufficiency — The silent unborn baby killer

By Babylove Network | May 2, 2020

Placental insufficiency, also known as uteroplacental vascular insufficiency, is a pregnancy complication in which the placenta fails to transmit enough oxygen and adequate nutrients to the foetus. The placenta therefore is unable to fully support the developing baby. It is hence also referred to as placental dysfunction. In this real-life account of placental insufficiency — the silent unborn baby killer…

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