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1st Trimester http://pregnant2day.co.za/ Sat, 17 Aug 2019 10:42:19 GMT FeedCreator 1.8.0-dev (info@mypapit.net) UIF Maternity Claims http://pregnant2day.co.za/1st-trimester/uif-maternity-claims.html

If there’s one thing almost every pregnant woman in South Africa is confused about, it’s how to claim Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) maternity benefits. This is one of those situations where an expert’s opinion can make an enormous difference. Klaus Arnhard from UIF-Hero (www.uif-hero.co.za), a professional nationwide partner for claiming from the UIF, gives us all the necessary tips to make the claiming process quick and easy.

What are Maternity UIF Benefits?

Expectant mothers are entitled to benefits for the period of Maternity leave (no more than 4 months) as prescribed by the Department of

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Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 is increased in Maternal Obesity http://pregnant2day.co.za/health/diabetes-mellitus-type-1-is-increased-in-maternal-obesity.html DiabetesMellitus (DM) Type 1 is increased in Maternal Obesity

 

Did you know that being obese increases your risk of passing on type 1 DM to your baby’s after their birth even with neither parent having DM themselves.

A large Swedish study of more than 1.2 million children found that making active attempts to reduce weight before conception and during pregnancy may help reduce the chances of type 1 DM in children who are born from parents without DM.

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stephan@acta.co.za (ActaAdmin) Mon, 18 May 2015 12:08:11 GMT http://pregnant2day.co.za/health/diabetes-mellitus-type-1-is-increased-in-maternal-obesity.html
Pregnant and managing acute Tooth Infections http://pregnant2day.co.za/health/pregnant-and-managing-acute-tooth-infections.html Pregnant and managing acute Tooth Infections

 

 

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Pregnant and managing acute Tooth Infections http://pregnant2day.co.za/health/pregnant-and-managing-acute-tooth-infections.html Pregnant and managing acute Tooth Infections

 

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Mosquito repellents for Pregnant Ladies http://pregnant2day.co.za/health/mosquito-repellents-for-pregnant-ladies.html Mosquito repellents for Pregnant Ladies

* Use topical repellents with the recognized active ingredients within them, but importantly at the appropriate chemical concentrations. The recommended active ingredient for pregnant women includes DEET at a twenty to fifty percent concentration.

* Reapply repellents at least 6 to 8 hours after using DEET.

* Remember the topical agents wear off with outdoor activities like swimming and activities associated with sweating which may be more relevant with warmer climates.

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]]> stephan@acta.co.za (ActaAdmin) Fri, 27 Mar 2015 11:18:57 GMT http://pregnant2day.co.za/health/mosquito-repellents-for-pregnant-ladies.html What is pregnancy-related Pelvic Girdle Pain? http://pregnant2day.co.za/3rd-trimester/what-is-pregnancy-related-pelvic-girdle-pain.html What is pregnancy-related Pelvic Girdle Pain?

Pelvic Girdle Pain or PGP is a term used to describe pain in the pubic bone region below the tummy, or pain across the low back or sacrum on one or both sides. It is a specific form of low back pain, and the term Symphysis Pubis Dysfunction, is included in the term PGP.

PGP can start around the 18th week, and reaches peak intensity between the 24th and 36th week of pregnancy. Usually in your first pregnancy it starts later into the third trimester but PGP occurs earlier in second and third pregnancies.

What are the

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]]> stephan@acta.co.za (ActaAdmin) Thu, 08 Mar 2012 09:19:35 GMT http://pregnant2day.co.za/3rd-trimester/what-is-pregnancy-related-pelvic-girdle-pain.html The Home Pregnancy Test http://pregnant2day.co.za/falling-pregnant/the-home-pregnancy-test.html The Home Pregnancy Test

Buying a home pregnancy test is almost as exciting as buying that first baby grow or socks, then seeing the positive result appear is a moment you’ll never forget, in fact I would not put it past you if you bought a second test just to make sure. The test detects a hormone called human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) in your urine, they are very accurate.

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How early can I use one?

From the day your period is due, in theory, around two weeks after conception. The hormone will be more

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Mon, 05 Dec 2011 11:31:08 GMT http://pregnant2day.co.za/falling-pregnant/the-home-pregnancy-test.html
Folic acid – What is it http://pregnant2day.co.za/1st-trimester/folic-acid-what-is-it.html Folic acid – What is it

folic acidFolic Acid is vitamin B that has lots of important functions in our bodies, it helps us to make new proteins and red blood cells. During pregnancy Folic Acid helps to protect your unborn baby against Spina bifida (a condition where the backbone and spinal canal do not close properly before birth) and other defects of the neural tubes along the spine.

How much Folic Acid do I need to take?

It is recommended that you take a daily 400 micrograms of Folic Acid supplement for the

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Mon, 05 Dec 2011 11:24:17 GMT http://pregnant2day.co.za/1st-trimester/folic-acid-what-is-it.html
Speech and language http://pregnant2day.co.za/health/speech-and-language.html Speech and language

Before your baby is six weeks old, he`ll have learned that if he smiles or makes sounds, you`ll respond. What is remarkable is that even at this early stage he realizes that he can call the shots: he smiles, you are pleased and so talk to him more, and he can keep a two-way “conversation” going.  By smiling and talking to your baby, you`re giving him his very first lesson in communication.

Newborn Your baby may respond to human voices from the moment of birth, and he will try to imitate gestures and expressions. He will sense when you

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Mon, 07 Nov 2011 10:48:18 GMT http://pregnant2day.co.za/health/speech-and-language.html
Will my baby be normal? http://pregnant2day.co.za/1st-trimester/will-my-baby-be-normal.html Will my baby be normal?

Woman worry almost constantly through their pregnancy about whether their baby will be born normal, will they give birth to an abnormal child, or will they hurt the baby during their pregnancy?

There are general precautions that you must be taken to avoid a special risk or harm to the baby such as eating sensibly, doing regular moderate exercise, cutting out smoking and drinking alcohol and going for your regular checkups to the doctor.

There are some cases where woman are superstitious and have a fear of that it is punishment for their past behaviour, or it could

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Wed, 26 Oct 2011 12:54:04 GMT http://pregnant2day.co.za/1st-trimester/will-my-baby-be-normal.html