The most up-to-date, comprehensive week-by-week pregnancy guide As a mom-to-be, you have lots of questions. When will I start to show? How much weight will I gain? What are all those blood tests for? How long will labor last? This informative and reassuring guide provides expert answers to these questions and hundreds more in an easy-to-read format that coincides with each week of your pregnancy. From a respected and well-known obstetrician, this is the most up-to-date, comprehensive pregnancy guide on the market. Now in an all-new edition, the book gives you week-by-week coverage of every stage of your pregnancy, as well as information that will take you through your final post-natal doctor visit to help you make sense of relationships, returning to work, weight loss, breastfeeding, depression, anxiety, and more. Reflects current obstetrics practices Covers home birth, water birth, doula care, and other popular practices Includes information on Epilepsy, Vitamin D, flu shots, common prenatal labs, life with multiples, obesity, and much more Expanded coverage of what happens when you go to the hospital, new recommendations on eating in labor, immunizations during and after pregnancy, and postpartum birth control Illustrations help clarify key concepts and material If you're an expectant mom or dad, you'll look forward to turning to You a Your Baby: Pregnancy every week of your pregnancyaand beyond.For example, youa#39;re eligible only if you have been at your job for twelve months or more. And if you dona#39;t return to work after your maternity leave, your company may ask you to reimburse it for the premiums it paid to maintain your health insurance coverage while you were on leave. ... Although it is not mandated by law, some employers offer paid leave may allow you to collect short-term disabilityanbsp;...
|Title||:||You and Your Baby Pregnancy|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2011-11-30|