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When you’re expecting a baby, you need to take good care of your health (and his or her health). What are the mandatory medical exams for future mothers? Is supplementation necessary? How to manage small and big health problems during pregnancy? Medical follow-up, lifestyle, medical precautions… We tell you everything about the health of pregnant women.

  • Among the common (and painful!) disorders of pregnancy, there are varicose veins, those blue veins that appear under the skin’s surface. How can we get rid of them?

  • hard for most of us to escape the famous pregnancy nausea. Phew, it doesn’t last and theoretically stops between the 16th and 20th week of amenorrhea. We explain their causes and how to fight against them, with concrete anti-nausea tips to implement daily.

  • Some women experience acne outbreaks during pregnancy, even though they did not necessarily suffer from it before becoming pregnant. What causes acne during pregnancy? How can it be stopped? Will it disappear after pregnancy? We’ll tell you everything.

  • Urinary incontinence is a symptom that is usually related to a physical disorder. It is the uncontrollable and involuntary loss of urine, which occurs during the day or night. Who is at risk? Are there any treatments? We take a look at urinary incontinence.

  • ome contractions can announce an imminent delivery, sometimes before term, while others do not affect the cervix. The latter are called Braxton-Hicks contractions. But how can you tell the difference between real and fake contractions? How do you know if you should go to the place of delivery? Our explanations.

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