By Cornelius Gomez on January 18, 2011
There comes a point in your 3rd trimester where all you dream about are waistlines and wedge heels. Imagine wearing jeans with actual snaps that close! And then you’ve got your baby, who is healthy as can be, thank heavens, and such a little darling, and you have still got plenty of stomach where the tiny dove used to roll around and kick you if you ate spicy food for dinner or snuck a sip of wine.
By Phineas Crown on December 20, 2010
Ammenorrhea, or the absence of menses, occurs in women of reproductive age. It is classified as being primary or secondary. Primary refers to women who have never menstruated. Either the sudden or gradual failure to menstruate for 3 or more cycles in a normal menstruating woman or in the absence of pregnancy is referred to as secondary amenorrhea. This is due to either a hormonal issue or another disorder. It can also be psychological as is sometimes seen in pregnancy and during lactation. Amenorrhea treatment depends on why this condition has occurred in the first place.
By Vivian Summers on October 14, 2010
Even if you constantly run around, most mothers still put on a lot of weight. When you have young children, it’s difficult to feel motivated when it comes to exercising because you don’t even get enough sleep. Because you’re already exhausted, you don’t really want to waste any more energy exercising.