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Why So Many Women Don't Seek Help For Postpartum Depression

January 1, 1970 12:00 AM
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OK, so technically you're not pregnant yet, but your due date is based on the first day of your last period, which is considered week one of your pregnancy. What's happening to baby: Nothing yet, but as soon as fertilization occurs, your baby will begin undergoing thousands of changes over the next 40 weeks. What's happening to Mom: As you prepare for this long journey, start cleaning up your diet, eliminating drugs, alcohol and caffeine, and ask your doctor about taking a prenatal vitamin.

Ovulation, which may occur this week, kick starts everything. Consider investing in an ovulation detector so you know exactly when ovulation occurs. For most women, it's between days 11 and 21 of your cycle. What's happening to baby: Nothing yet! What's happening to Mom: During ovulation (when your ...

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