Pregistry Newsletter- February 22, 2021

ALL ABOUT HOW TO TELL WHEN YOU ARE OVULATING our ovulation dates occur during your menstrual cycle at the time when your eggs are released; normally around 2 weeks after the first day of your last period. Tracking your ovulation dates can be a useful tool when you are trying to conceive, helping you understand your most fertile period during the month and identify the window during which you have the best chances of getting pregnant. There are a number of scientific ways to track ovulation. Read the full article here! EXPERT REPORT CAFFEINE DURING PREGNANCY From the minute we discover we are expecting a baby, The post Pregistry Newsletter- February 22, 2021 appeared first on The Pulse.

Pregistry Newsletter- February 22, 2021
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ALL ABOUT

HOW TO TELL WHEN YOU ARE OVULATING

our ovulation dates occur during your menstrual cycle at the time when your eggs are released; normally around 2 weeks after the first day of your last period. Tracking your ovulation dates can be a useful tool when you are trying to conceive, helping you understand your most fertile period during the month and identify the window during which you have the best chances of getting pregnant. There are a number of scientific ways to track ovulation. Read the full article here!

EXPERT REPORT

CAFFEINE DURING PREGNANCY

From the minute we discover we are expecting a baby, we are repeatedly told all about the foods we should avoid during pregnancy in order to keep our baby safe. At times when juggling early pregnancy symptoms, morning sickness and nausea and with your energy levels flagging, it can be all too tempting to reach for a strong coffee to get you through the day – but is it wise? Is caffeine safe during pregnancy or should you be cutting back? Read our blogs on The Pulse here, here, and here and available now, our extensive Expert Report written by one of our doctors!

LAST WEEK’S TOP BLOG

CARING FOR YOUR BABY’S UMBILICAL CORD

Your newborn baby came home with a little something extra: the stump of an umbilical cord. If you are a first-time parent, you may be examining this extra bit and worrying about what the heck you are supposed to do with it. Stop worrying. The stump of the umbilical cord is perfectly natural and generally presents few problems if you care for it gently. Read the full article here!

PREGISTRY FEATURES 

MY PREGNANCY PHOTO GALLERY

 Pregistry.com has many free useful tools to help you during your pregnancy. One example is our Photo Gallery, where you can upload photos of your growing bump and add text to remember what it was like to be pregnant at that time. Then, generate a beautiful video with our exclusive tool and save it or share it with friends and family. All for free! Learn more here!

Pregistry’s vision is a world in which all pregnant women and their health care providers have the accurate information they need to successfully treat medical conditions that occur during pregnancy and ensure the best health outcomes for mothers and their babies. 

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