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    Easy to Get Pregnant Blog

  • Simple Suggestions For Having An Easier Pregnancy

    Nemrod Kedem
    31 Jul 2015 | 11:18 pm
    There are various things outside your control when pregnant, but there are various positive changes that you can make to have a smoother pregnancy for your baby and you. Browse through the tips below to find out what you can do to take control. Always use sunscreen when pregnant. Also, avoid tanning beds. Your skin […]
  • What To Expect When You Are Having Baby

    Nemrod Kedem
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:39 pm
    This article is for anyone planning to become, or who is already, pregnant. You may already be aware that not all pregnancies are alike. So, arm yourself with the following information. High fiber foods can help you battle pregnancy-related constipation. These issues are caused by the extra hormones in your system, so there is no […]
  • Tips For Having A Successful Pregnancy

    Nemrod Kedem
    27 Jul 2015 | 1:41 pm
    Whether you are considering pregnancy, having your first child or later one, this article contains great tips about your pregnancy. All pregnancies are different. Therefore, it is important to be fully prepared. Do you have a baby on board? Do you plan on breastfeeding your baby? Are you thinking about doing so publicly or are […]
  • How To Have A Happy Pregnancy And A Healthy Baby

    Nemrod Kedem
    25 Jul 2015 | 1:16 pm
    Pregnancy is challenging, regardless of whether you already have children. It changes you both physically and emotionally, and there’s a lot you have to do to get ready for the new baby’s arrival. You quickly realize that you will learn more and more as time goes by. Start by reading this article to find out […]
  • What To Know About Dealing With Pregnancy

    Nemrod Kedem
    23 Jul 2015 | 11:56 am
    But, there are a lot of things to think about and learn, all of which can leave you a little confused. This article has the answers to your questions that will have you feeling more confident in no time. For a better night’s sleep while pregnant, remember that your bladder capacity will be less. Drink […]
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    Baby Making Machine

  • Big Families: He Says/ She Says

    Baby Making Mama
    31 Jul 2015 | 5:21 am
    We just got back from spending a week in Utah and man, I forgot how beautiful it is there. When my husband and I lived there we didn’t have our own children, but his family get-togethers always involved LOTS of kids. I didn’t appreciate it then, but now that we have two rug rats of our own, I’ve come to understand the advantages of having a big family. Kids of all ages were running around around in the yard at a family get together last weekend. Lil’ J adored all of the little cousins (once removed) who came up to her and asked to play. At one point she came up to me…
  • My Dread of Potty Training a Boy

    Baby Making Mama
    27 Jul 2015 | 5:26 am
    When your kid grabs his crotch and says “go potty, eeew!” right as he’s peeing, you’d think that’s a sign that it’s time to potty train right? Progress is up and down (ok I haven’t really been trying very hard) but I’m trying to take it at his own pace. Big T seems to be a bit scared of the toilet right now. But despite my previous disgust for them, he happens to love his portable potty chair. I think next month we’ll buy his first pair of training pants. Once we got Lil’ J a pair, she potty trained in a jiffy. All we had to do was tell her Cinderella would be sad if…
  • A Prayer for My Daughter as She Starts Kindergarten

    Baby Making Mama
    23 Jul 2015 | 5:38 pm
    Five little dresses are hanging from the bedpost in my daughter’s room. I didn’t put them there. That’s part of the charm. My 5-year-old daughter hung them there, lined them up one by one in preparation for her first week of school–which, mind you, is still a month away. Her little display is quite the opposite of how I’m feeling about the subject of her as she starts Kindergarten. I’m not organized, unprepared and frankly really scared about the fact that my little girl is starting elementary school. For months I toyed with the idea of homeschooling. I had all but…
  • Disneyland vs Disney World Which is Better? 10 Reasons to Consider One Over the Other

    Baby Making Mama
    22 Jul 2015 | 5:38 am
    Last year when my husband and I debated which popular Disney theme park we wanted to visit as a family he argued for Disneyland–The one he grew up visiting, and I lobbied for Walt Disney World. –The one I visited once as a child. With four parks vs just two it had to be better right? Wrong. People who have been to both parks say it’s like comparing apples to oranges and it’s true. Having visited both popular Disney theme park resorts within five months I have a several differences to share about Disneyland vs Disney World and some may surprise you. I started out with a small…
  • Why I Stopped Straightening My Hair

    Baby Making Mama
    21 Jul 2015 | 5:43 am
    A month or so ago my mom invited me to stand in for my sister for a hair appointment and get a blow out. I took her up on the offer because I wanted to give my arms a rest and have someone else to deep condition and de-tangle my hair. What I didn’t expect was my daughter’s reaction when I got home. I had a feeling she’d be unhappy but she went berzerk; Crying immediately when she saw I had “straight hair” (it was more like a longer, poofier fro). She thought it was pretty, but she was hurt that I went straight and left her on the curly team alone. We had more…
 
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    Dr. Linda Burke-Galloway

  • Pregnant Moms: Dr. Linda has a New Blog!!

    Dr. Linda Burke-Galloway
    29 Jul 2015 | 1:18 am
    Hi pregnant moms. Because you’re part of my family, I wanted to share some good news. I’ve started a new blog entitled, “Dr Linda’s Journey” which describes my challenges and my joys regarding the human experience. […]
  • Do Pregnant Women Receive Excessive Ultrasounds?

    Dr. Linda Burke-Galloway
    23 Jul 2015 | 11:02 am
    The July 18th issue of the Wall Street Journal published an article about the excessive use of ultrasounds performed by commercial ultrasound businesses and physicians for low-risk pregnant women.  The FDA has repeatedly warned women […]
  • July, New Interns and Hospital Mistakes. Heads up Pregnant Moms!

    Dr. Linda Burke-Galloway
    14 Jul 2015 | 9:54 am
    June 30th is traditionally a day of celebration for most senior residents. It’s the last day of their residency training and the beginning of new careers. I remember that day well. I was the chief […]
  • Tweaking a Pregnancy Test is NOT Cool

    Dr. Linda Burke-Galloway
    13 Jul 2015 | 7:46 am
    One of the most important diagnostic tools an ob-gyn provider uses is a pregnancy test and while it’s great that there are companies that make over-the-counter tests, in the wrong hands it can be abused […]
  • Frozen Ovarian Tissue Removed as a Child Produces a Healthy Baby Boy

    Dr. Linda Burke-Galloway
    15 Jun 2015 | 11:56 am
    It’s being called a medical breakthrough and rightfully so. Each year 10.9 % of women ages 15 to 44 are diagnosed with infertility and 7.4 million women use infertility services each year. One percent of […]
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    K & J Diaries

  • Happy 4th of July!

    jessica
    6 Jul 2015 | 10:16 pm
     Nessa: Dress (GAP), Danny: Top, shorts and sandals (GAP) Sleepy faces!  I had to wake them up extra early because they wanted to go see the Parade in Provo and they have been talking about it for a week! We wanted to find parking so we left 2 hours early! He is so handsome.  I looooove my husband!! Dress: Rebecca Taylor  I’m sitting here in front of my computer and looking at the few pictures I managed to take yesterday! I’m glad I remembered to bring my camera.  The best part about this weekend was spending more time with my best friends (my family).  I hope you had a…
  • Summer carnival #1

    jessica
    13 Jun 2015 | 8:22 am
      Summer is here, it’s hot outside and the kids have more energy than ever! Yesterday we went to our first carnival of the summer and we had a blast! We want to go to as many as we can before school starts and we also want to do more outdoor activities!  I love how excited the kids get when they get to go on rides.. Vanessa decided the roller coaster wasn’t for her and she started screaming for what seemed like forever so they had to pause the ride to get her out!! Danny on the other hand, enjoyed the thrill.  We ate so much junk food and we all felt a little sick…
  • Exciting News!

    jessica
    3 Jun 2015 | 11:30 am
     Hair color by: Pureza Salon Dress    |    Jacket    |    Heels   |   Glasses Hello ladies! If you were wondering why I haven’t been much active in the last couple of weeks, well, is because of that little bump that has just recently decided to pop up! Yes, we are expecting our third! Ah! We are happy beyond belief to welcome another baby into our family but boy has this pregnancy been more challenging than my previous two. Luckily, my girls haven’t giving me a hard time when I ask for “Family” nap time so this mama can rest and stop the nausea for a bit.
  • Top 5 Foundations

    jessica
    20 May 2015 | 8:08 am
    Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation-  By Far my favorite foundation.  I love how it looks on my skin.. the finish is in between a sheer glow and a sheer matte and I have never broke out while using it! Click HERE. Saint Laurent Le Teint Touche Eclat- If you are looking for an all day summer glow this is the right foundation for you! If you are oily skin and break out easily I would stay away from this one though! Click HERE. Estee Lauder Double Wear- This is a great full coverage foundation.  It’s more of a matte finish.  This is usually my go to foundation during the summer!
  • Happy Mother’s Day!

    jessica
    10 May 2015 | 8:32 pm
    I don’t know who I would be today without my children.  They are my light, my life, my everything.  Their love is kind and so pure.  What a blessing it is to be their mother.  I love the warmth of their embrace and the sweet wet kisses on my cheeks.  I never knew true love before them, and now their love is all I want everyday, all day.  I am so grateful to have a wonderful husband to share this wonderful family with, I’am also thankful for all that my own mother has taught me, for it is because of her love and her teachings that I am able to take care of my babies.  The…
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    Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters » Gestational Diabetes Blog

  • Is Meal Planning Realistic for Pregnancy?

    Dorsa
    27 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    The benefits of meal planning for virtually any diet are numerous. Meal planning is perhaps the number one way to stick to a healthy diet, and can make a healthier lifestyle significantly easier. Meal planning is a great way to manage a diabetic lifestyle in general, but is it realistic for pregnancy? Can you navigate […] The post Is Meal Planning Realistic for Pregnancy? appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: Gestational Diabetes Meal Planning Basics Gestational Diabetes Meal Plan: What Does That Mean? Benefits Of A Meal Plan For Gestational Diabetes
  • How to Balance Your Snacks with Gestational Diabetes

    Dorsa
    20 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    The world of eating for two with gestational diabetes is often a balancing game. Snacking can be especially intimidating if you do not know how to balance your snacks. As you well know, snacking is an important part of any healthy and balanced diet, but is especially important for women with gestational diabetes. Snacks help […] The post How to Balance Your Snacks with Gestational Diabetes appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: High Protein Snacks for Gestational Diabetes Low Carbohydrate Snacks for Gestational Diabetes Snacks For Moms With Gestational…
  • Hungry for Two with Gestational Diabetes

    Dorsa
    13 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    According to doctors and obstetricians everywhere, “eating for two” is a myth. While pregnant women are usually allowed extra caloric intake per day, it is actually just 150 to 300 calories a day extra, depending on the woman. When you really think about it, that isn’t a whole lot of extra food. That’s maybe a […] The post Hungry for Two with Gestational Diabetes appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: I Have Gestational Diabetes – Where Do I Start? Diet for Gestational Diabetes: Where Do I Start? Gestational Diabetes Guidelines: 3…
  • Managing Cravings with Gestational Diabetes

    Dorsa
    6 Jul 2015 | 6:00 am
    Any woman that has ever been pregnant can tell you that pregnancy cravings are no joke. There are days that you will have cravings so strong, it feels like you might tear your hair out or just break down and cry if you can’t get what you want. You might get cravings so strong that […] The post Managing Cravings with Gestational Diabetes appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: Managing Food Aversions and Gestational Diabetes Healthy Sweet Treats for Gestational Diabetes Best Meal Plan for Gestational Diabetes
  • What to Eat At Parties and Potlucks With Gestational Diabetes

    Dorsa
    29 Jun 2015 | 6:00 am
    Living with gestational diabetes can be difficult and confusing when it comes to eating at parties, potlucks, and other get-togethers. This is because “eating for two” has become even more important than you ever thought, as everything you eat has the potential to raise your blood sugar levels and cause you potential harm. Learning about […] The post What to Eat At Parties and Potlucks With Gestational Diabetes appeared first on Gestational Diabetic Diet Headquarters. Related posts: Hosting a Dinner Party with Gestational Diabetes Enjoying an Office Potluck with Gestational Diabetes…
 
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    Rocky Mountain Fertility Center

  • Baby steps towards conceiving

    admin5
    30 Jul 2015 | 3:31 am
    Every couple at one time or another wants to have a baby and as a matter of fact we usually think that it an easy process. When at school we used to attend the sex education classes we used to think getting pregnant is pretty easy however it’s not that easy. According to Colorado IVF clinic a couple married for 5 years suddenly tries to conceive and one would think once they are off meds it would be easier to get pregnant. That couple took 3 years to get pregnant. Now that is not a short span of time. Unable to conceive will take its toll physically and emotionally. Age and time plays and…
  • Using the Internet for Infertility Information – a good or bad thing?

    admin4
    24 Jul 2015 | 9:04 pm
    The internet is a hugely popular way for people to find out information. We are very quick to ‘Google’ for answers, especially now that so many people have smart phones and instant access to thousands of answers to one question. Using the internet can be a good thing because of the sheer volume of information at our fingertips. Sadly, that can also be a bad thing as there are many articles that have not been researched properly and people may read them and believe what they read. Be cautious Understanding your infertility, the diagnosis and the innumerable options for treatment can have…
  • How Can I Pay For Fertility Treatment?

    admin4
    23 Jul 2015 | 8:52 pm
    If you’re thinking about having fertility treatments such as IVF to start your family, you may be worried about how you will pay for it. Health insurance can play a part in financing your treatment but how much it will pay out varies enormously from state to state and even then, it depends what sort of insurance policy you have. Let’s take a look at some facts about what may be available to you. The Affordable Care Act and how it may help you The Affordable Care Act (ACA – sometimes called Obamacare) stipulates that health insurance companies must provide the same essential benefits.
  • IVF versus ICSI – Info from a Colorado Fertility Specialist

    admin4
    18 Jun 2015 | 7:41 pm
    In vitro fertilization (IVF) is a procedure in which an egg and sperm are manually combined in a laboratory dish. The resulting embryo is then transferred to the mother’s uterus and brought to term. IVF is used to treat infertility caused by a number of different conditions, including: Ovulation disorders, ovarian failure, or uterine fibrosis Fallopian tubes are blocked, damaged, or have been removed Male factors such as lowered sperm count or decreased sperm mobility Unexplained infertility Genetic disorders How does conventional IVF work? There are five stages to the conventional IVF and…
  • IVF with Egg Donation in Colorado and South Dakota

    admin4
    15 Jun 2015 | 7:28 pm
    In vitro fertilization – the process by which an egg is fertilized by combining it with sperm in a laboratory, and the embryo transplanted to the mother’s uterus – is typically done using the mother’s own eggs. But a number of infertility conditions may make it difficult or impossible to retrieve eggs from the mother’s ovaries. When this is the case, anonymous egg donation is an excellent option for infertile couples. How IVF with egg donation works Both the egg donor and the mother will take a synthetic hormone or birth control pills in order to sync their reproductive cycles. This…
 
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  • Vitamin K for newborns

    oohs N coos
    30 Jul 2015 | 5:00 am
    Vitamin K is an essential nutrient needed  by the body to clot blood and stop bleeding. We get vitamin K from the foods we eat . Some good bacteria that live in our intestines also make vitamin K.     Why does my baby need vitamin K   All newborns are born with low levels […] The post Vitamin K for newborns appeared first on oohsNcoos.
  • Going home after delivery

    oohs N coos
    29 Jul 2015 | 7:27 am
    Most hospitals will discharge you and your baby within 48 hours  if you had a vaginal delivery and 3 to 5 days if you had a c-section. If you had your baby in a birthing center, you may be able to go home within  24 hours. You may stay longer if you or your baby […] The post Going home after delivery appeared first on oohsNcoos.
  • Genetic counseling

    oohs N coos
    28 Jul 2015 | 11:07 am
    Genetic counseling is done to provide information and support to individuals and families who may be at risk of having a child with genetic disorders. A genetic counselor  works with these individuals  and guides them through information  about their chances of having a child with birth disorders and genetic defects. Genetic counseling may be done […] The post Genetic counseling appeared first on oohsNcoos.
  • Caring for your son’s penis

    oohs N coos
    28 Jul 2015 | 7:23 am
    It is essential to keep your son’s penis clean whether or not he is circumcised. Keeping the penis clean helps prevent infections. You need to teach your  child how to care for his genitals as he grows older.     Your son’s  penis (circumcised)   Circumcision is usually performed on the 3rd or 4th day […] The post Caring for your son’s penis appeared first on oohsNcoos.
  • Getting pregnant after a c-section

    oohs N coos
    28 Jul 2015 | 6:54 am
    Most women who have had babies through c-section may want to get pregnant again as soon as they can. This may be due to reasons such as age. However, they may be wondering how soon they can get pregnant after a c-section.     How long should i wait before having a baby after a […] The post Getting pregnant after a c-section appeared first on oohsNcoos.
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