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care of yourself. Part of feeling your best is making sure you get the extra nutrition you need so you have energy — for you and for your baby.
"Expectant and breastfeeding moms need complete balanced nutrition. That is why I recommend Similac Mom, along with a healthy diet rich in essential nutrients."Dr. Sonja Wicklum, MD.
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Your Pregnancy Weekly Guide:
After weeks of rapid cell development, your baby takes on a more distinct form. During the 5th week of pregnancy, here's what is happening inside:
Pregnancy is one of the best times to bump up your nutrition intake, because your choices now affect both you and baby. During your 5th week of pregnancy:
As you start down your pregnancy journey, you'll find that there are many nutrients, vitamins, and minerals you should be getting every day. Here is the first part of a three-part series that provides you with simple tips you can start implementing today to get the nutrition you need for the rest of your pregnancy.
Regular prenatal care remains a critical part of monitoring your health and the health of your baby throughout your pregnancy. Now is the time to schedule your first prenatal visit. Most OB/GYN offices will schedule the appointment between your 6th and 10th week of pregnancy.
Most women start to feel pregnancy symptoms (commonly referred to as morning sickness) at 5 weeks. This can include breast changes, nausea, heightened sense of smell, frequent urination, and/or mood swings.
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