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Sunday, January 29, 2017


Reiki and Miracle Pregnancies

Guest Post By Faith Edwards

Reiki is quite popular and most people commonly experience during Reiki treatment a sense of peace and relaxation, often combined with a pleasant sense of security and of being enveloped by a faint wave of energy. But even this is not experienced at all times. Therefore, this might be used for those wanting miracle pregnancies.
It is a form of Japanese or Asian medicine. When someone is treated with Reiki, they are taken back to a state of unification with the harmony of the universe. This harmony, which is capable of reaching the smallest of its cells allows it to become full and healthy again, thus enhancing the woman's natural ability to heal itself.


Thus, it is beneficial to couples with infertility problems looking for miracle pregnancies. Reiki is both powerful and gentle. Often, when energy levels are low or blocked, the immune system is weakened and more susceptible to disease.
Reiki energizes women preparing for miracle pregnancies on several levels simultaneously:
-In the physical plane through the warmth of hands

-On the mental plane through the thoughts

-On the emotional level through love

Reiki can be used by those hoping to conceive as it can help relieve pain and illness. Not only may it help in achieving miracle pregnancies, but it can also help in skin problems, flu, fatigue, backache and headaches. This form of Japanese medicine is based on allowing the body to correct itself, heal itself, and provide strength to the immune system to help the body fight disease. Reiki helps the body to help restore physical balance by removing blockages. Some women may fail to get pregnant or achieve miracle pregnancies because of a blockage in their fallopian tubes. Reiki can also rid the body of toxins that have been stored.
Reiki encourages the examination of the woman's emotional life, releasing negative emotions while
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collecting positive and love, and self-confidence. Reiki flows to where it is needed in a healthy, balanced and natural way. Imbalances in the body can affect the health and can be caused by many situations that occur in our lives, such as emotional or physical trauma, negative thoughts and feelings such as fear, anxiety, worry, doubt or anger, nutritional depletion, destructive lifestyle behavior, bad relationships, and self-neglect. Many doctors who are not naturopathic will also tell you how important your emotional and mental health can be for your physical health.
When women are hoping to achieve miracle pregnancies and receive Reiki during pregnancy, she will find this is beneficial for herself and the baby who will develop when it is conceived. The steps within this form of Asian medicine can help women receive the strength and health as they continue to try for miracle pregnancies. Thus, it can also be used when it is time to give birth, as it helps develop labor more naturally and stress-free.
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Thursday, January 26, 2017


Pregnancy Over 40, You May Live Longer!

One common criticism I hear about getting pregnant over 40 is, "You may not be around to see your children grow up."
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Well, I realize that none of us can predict the future, but I just don't think that is a valid argument. Granted some people may die young, but that' s true of women having children at any age.

Here is an article that cites a study that says older women actually live longer:
"In the newspaper, The Daily Mail, scientists at the University of Manchester report that the bodies of older mothers are also likely to suffer less wear and tear than younger mothers because we tend to have fewer children. By having children late, we give our bodies a burst of estrogen which in turn helps keep skin, hair, bones and blood vessels healthy and also protects again osteoporosis.

What's interesting to note is that older parents often become older healthier parents because they want to make sure they are around for their young offspring. This means making healthy lifestyle changes such as when an older mother stops smoking, starts eating healthier, loses weight, gets more exercise, etc. These factors all add to increased longevity.

Several other studies also support this idea that older mothers may live longer than their young counterparts. The British Geriatric Society reports that there is scientific evidence that women who have children late in life live longer than young mothers. They cite better diet and lifestyle as the reason. Thomas Perls, a geriatrician at Harvard Medical School found that a "surprising number of women who gave birth in their forties were more than four times as likely to live to 100."


Monday, January 23, 2017


Pregnancy Over 40, Yes, They're Watching!

I saw this posting on "" and thought it was kind of funny.
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We all know that everyone wants to look out for pregnant women. There's a helpless unborn baby
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inside of them and well meaning people want to do everything to protect it. But sometimes they go too far. This humorous look at "the womb police" got me laughing. Read more:

When I was six months pregnant with my third child, I had the honor of toasting one of my closest friends at her wedding. I stood, wine glass in hand, extolling the great gifts of a well-met marriage rubbing my expanding belly for emphasis. After I sat down, one of the men at our table took away my wine glass and said, “I know you know your baby doesn’t need this.”

Now, it should be noted, I hadn’t taken a sip from the glass, but that was not the point. This guy was just another in a long line of well-meaning men (and the occasional woman) who felt compelled to tell me what to eat, drink, and generally do while I was pregnant.

Thursday, January 19, 2017


I have read and written quite a bit about Folic acid and how it can help prevent birth defects and it has even been associated with miscarriage prevention.  However, there may be some evidence that folic acid could also be associated with twin or multiple births.  Read more:

The scientists studied the cases of 2,569 women who told the Swedish Medical Birth Registry they

had used folic acid supplements.
The rate of twin births among these women was 2.8 per cent - almost twice that in the general population, where 1.5 per cent of births were twins.
Dr Kallen calculated that, if 30 per cent of 100,000 women in Sweden took folic acid supplements, there would be 225 extra pairs of twins.
These 450 babies would often be premature, have low birth weight and at higher risk of cerebral palsy. 

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At most, only four or five spina bifida cases would be avoided as a result of the supplements.
Dr Kallen is not sure how folic acid might increase the chances of multiple births.
But his report - published today in the magazine New Scientist and the journal Twin Research - says it is possible the vitamin somehow increases the probability of multiple ovulation or implantation of more than one egg.
Sir John Grimley Evans of Oxford University, who chaired a committee set up by the government to investigate whether folic acid should be added to flour, said it was important that any risks from extra folic acid were identified.
He has informed the Health Department of the Swedish report.


Tuesday, January 17, 2017


Here' another heartwarming story of actress Molly Sims and her unplanned pregnancy at the age of 43.  She already had two children and apparently her third was a surprise!  Read more:


The actress announced in August they were surprised she was pregnant again.
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'It’s a Hail Mary!' she told People. 'I'm so happy — we’re so blessed. We were so shocked, but we’re thrilled.'

Sims also said at the time: 'Being 43 is a little worrisome, cause I’m like "Okay, you are going to be 90!" But then Mick Jagger [is having a baby at 72] so we’re like okay, we feel good about ourselves. 


Friday, January 13, 2017


Pregnancy Over 40 - Ectopic

I had two ectopic pregnancies and both had to be dealt with quite urgently because of the chance of rupture and bleeding.

 But every now and then, a story comes along which defies the odds. Here is an article about a
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woman who actually carried a pregnancy to term which was outside her uterus. Read more:


Doctors are calling her a 'miracle baby' - the little girl who was delivered alive and well after growing in her mother's ovary instead of the womb.

For nine months, Meera Thangarajah and her husband Ravi were completely unaware their baby was anything but normal.

It was only during the birth, at just before full term, that midwives realised they were dealing with a medical phenomenon.

Her parents have called the little girl 'Durga' meaning Goddess, because 'she is our little deity', a beaming Mr Thangarajah said today.

British experts say the chances of a baby being carried for so long in this way and both mother and child surviving unharmed are a million to one.


Wednesday, January 11, 2017


There have been so many articles about organic foods and whether or not they are really better for us. What does organic mean? Hopefully this article will help explain:

Natural Pregnancy Over 40, Is Organic Better?

Guest Post By Ming Chern Foo

More and more people are becoming concerned about the chemicals that are everywhere in the environment around them and the impact they might have on their health. These concerns have meant that they try to love their lives in what many feel is a healthier way by going as organic as possible.
Health is one of the biggest concerns for pregnant women - both that of their unborn baby and their own. Therefore it is not too surprising that many Mums to be are becoming interested in making some lifestyle changes and going through their pregnancy "the organic way." If you are one of those ladies then here are some tips for making your pregnancy a little more organic without having to drive yourself (and everyone around you) crazy.

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Food is one of the biggest concerns when it comes to going organic. Over the last several decades the use of pesticides to grow food has increased, as has the use of hormones to create stronger cows or fatter chickens (that then make their way to your plate.) Some of the living conditions for the animals on commercial farms are pretty awful as well, leading to things like tainted meat and salmonella infected eggs.
Buying organic foods is almost always more expensive than shopping the main aisles of the local supermarket and depending upon where you live finding a lot of organic produce can be hard as well. Here are some organic eating tips that might be helpful:
Conventional wisdom and research shows that some mass produced produce is exposed to lower levels of pesticides in general and are therefore considered relatively harmless. These include asparagus, avocados, bananas, broccoli, cauliflower, corn and peas.
Unfortunately some of the highest levels of pesticides are found on some of the foods that are great for pregnant women to eat, such as apples, peppers, celery, peaches, potatoes, spinach, cherries and strawberries. Therefore if you are going to splash out on organic produce but have a limited budget these are the foods to look for the organic alternatives for.
Fish is something that all pregnant women are usually advised to try to add to their diet at least twice a week if at all possible. Some fish species unfortunately though are now swimming around the seas with high levels of mercury in their bodies, mainly thanks to industrial produce and given that high levels of mercury can damage the nervous system and brain development of a fetus then they should be avoided.
The highest levels of mercury are found in shark, swordfish, mackerel and ahi tuna. Therefore sticking to fish that have very low mercury levels but are still great for your health is the best idea. These include salmon, whitefish, tilapia, haddock, catfish, shrimp and crab, so there is still plenty to
choose from.
High fat meats should be avoided by pregnant women because you really don't need the extra fat anyway but also because these meats tend to have toxins stored in their fatty tissues that contain substances believed to cause prenatal nerve damage.
If you can find organic meat of any kind (and it can be hard) it may be well worth any extra investment you have to make as these meats come from animals that are humanely raised and have the freedom to enjoy their natural diet rather than an artificial grain based one which is often the case for "factory farmed" animals which can lead to more toxins in their bodies so therefore more potential toxins on your plate.
These days most people prefer to drink bottled water if they can but even that may not be the best thing for an organically minded Mum to be. The bottles that are usually used are made from a plastic that is only designed for short term use and exposure to heat and sunlight can cause the toxins in the plastic to leak into the water.
BPA is the one most people worry about the most especially when it comes to pregnant women and then later their babies. Numerous studies have found that fetuses, babies and toddlers exposed to BPA are at a greater risk for secondary sexual developmental changes, brain and behavior changes and certain immune disorders. Some of the studies are disputed as they are very limited but the use of BPA is still something of a global concern.
For those who may not have heard too much about it, BPA stands for Bisphenol A. It is a compound that has been used for a number of different things over the years, including to enhance the growth of cattle stock and as an estrogen supplement for women in the 1930s because it can mimic estrogen to a certain extent. It has been used as a hardening agent for plastic since the 195o's and it is that use that has become so controversial. In 2010 the Canadian government declared it a toxic substance and while other nations have not followed them that far most are pushing for manufacturers to remove the BPA from the products they make.
Rather than take any risks with a plastic water bottle then a better idea is to buy a filter for your tap that will remove impurities and then drink from a glass if you are home or take a BPA free stainless steel water bottle filled with that tap water with you when you are on the go.
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Most conventional beauty products are perfectly OK for use in pregnancy so going organic in this way is more about personal choice than safety. The one thing you do need to look out for in cosmetics when you are pregnant is cosmetics - mass produced or organic - that contain added Vitamin A. Too much Vitamin A can be harmful to pregnant women so for now all the retin A creams and alpha hydroxy enhanced beauty products that may be in your cabinet should be taken out of your beauty routine.
Pregnancy and Organic Cleaning Products
Almost all common household cleaning products are safe for use by pregnant women (sorry ladies) but if you are concerned about the breathing in chemicals there are some easy, more organic home made cleaners you can consider using in place of your regular stuff for a lot of household chores.
Two of the best natural cleaning products out there are white vinegar and mild washing up liquid. A simple solution of water and dish liquid can clean almost any surface quite well although rinsing is important to make sure no sticky soap film gets left behind. You can also make a great scouring cleaner for those tougher jobs by mixing together baking soda, dish liquid and a little water until it forms a nice creamy paste.
White vinegar can do even more. Mixed with water it makes a great all purpose cleaner that is even safe to use on wood floors and if you use it 'neat' you can even cut through that nasty grease on oven doors!
One more important note on pregnancy and cleaning - if you have heard that pregnant women should not be cleaning kitty boxes this is almost true. Even if you use an organic cat litter - and there are some good ones out there - kitty pop can contain a bacteria that can cause a mild infection called toxoplasmosis.
This infection is not harmful to you but could be to your Baby in the first trimester of your pregnancy. Toxoplasmosis is rare though and many cat owners may have had it before without even realizing it and once you have had the infection you cannot get it again. Still, just to be on the safe side have someone else take over the kitty clean up duties while you are in your first trimester and if you do take them back over after that get into the habit of wearing rubber gloves.
Whether or not adopting a more organic way of life is really that much more beneficial during pregnancy is something of a matter of great debate in the medical world. The one thing that it is most definitely better for though is the environment. So in fact by going a little organic at least you will be helping to make the world you are about to bring Baby into a better place for them to live.
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Friday, January 06, 2017


Dental Hygiene In Pregnancy Important

Poor oral hygiene can negatively affect fertility because gum disease can cause the production of the "bad" prostaglandins.
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 In addition, once you are pregnant, good oral hygiene is extra important since the hormonal changes in pregnancy can predispose women to a variety of dental problems. Read more:

It's no secret that pregnancy is an important time in a woman's life. While women often hear about how pregnancy causes physical changes that affect their hormone or appetite levels, these changes can have a great effect on their oral health as well. Despite the fact that good oral health is essential for the overall health of both mother and child, only 22 to 34 percent of women in the United States visit a dentist during pregnancy. In fact, dental care during pregnancy is not only safe and effective,
it's essential for combating the adverse effects of oral disease, according to an article published in the May/June 2010 issue of General Dentistry, the peer-reviewed clinical journal of the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD). Dentists have the ability to maintain the oral health of expectant mothers by treating the dental findings that are common during pregnancy. "Hormonal changes during pregnancy can result in several changes in the mouth," says Homa Amini, DDS, co-author of the article. "Reports show that the most common oral disease is gingivitis, which has been reported in 30 to 100 percent of pregnancies." Gingivitis, a buildup of plaque that causes inflammation of the gums, should be treated with a professional cleaning and proper toothbrushing and flossing. If left untreated, gingivitis can lead to periodontitis, a more serious form of gum disease. "Patients tend to delay the treatment of oral disease due to concerns for fetal safety; however, routine dental treatment can be performed safely at any time during pregnancy," says Dr. Amini. What's more, untreated dental disease can lead to pain, infections and unnecessary exposure to medications, any of which could harm the developing fetus. Poor oral health also can affect the nutritional intake of expectant mothers, which is essential for fetal growth and survival. The hormonal fluctuations that result from pregnancy can produce benign pregnancy tumors in the mouth. These tumors usually appear after the first trimester and typically go away after delivery; however, surgical removal may be required when these tumors bleed, interfere with eating or do not resolve after delivery. In addition to examining for oral disease, dentists may notice dental erosion—the chemical or mechanochemical destruction of tooth material—in pregnant women, due to increased acid in the mouth following morning sickness. "To neutralize acid after vomiting, pregnant women should rinse the mouth with a mixture of a teaspoon of baking soda dissolved in a cup of water," says Patricia Meredith, DDS, FAGD, spokesperson for the AGD. "The teeth should be brushed only after the mouth has been rinsed and the acid has been neutralized to prevent further damage to the enamel." 


Tuesday, January 03, 2017


Developing a Good Diet and Exercise Program For Pregnancy

Guest Post By Dr. Tina Wilson

Pregnancy is an exciting time in a woman's life. She will be using the natural biological processes that she possesses to create new life, in harmony with her partner. While most women are overjoyed to be expecting a child, they may also be extremely concerned about the amount of weight that they can expect to gain. They may even diet to keep it under control. However, pregnancy is a very delicate time, for both mother and baby, and certain parameters need to be maintained in order to
have a healthy pregnancy and uneventful birth.
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The biggest thing that most women need to realize is that weight gain is necessary and healthy during pregnancy. While you certainly don't gain license to gorge yourself on fast food and pastries, the scale really shouldn't matter. As long as you keep your focus on getting the healthy foods that you and your baby will need, your weight gain will be reasonable and as expected. Also, don't let yourself be complacent, thinking that you don't have to be moving. Moderate exercise is healthy for pregnant women.


What Should You Eat?
A balanced diet during pregnancy isn't a whole lot different from the healthy eating that is needed for other women. Mainly, your focus will shift a bit to be heavier on certain food groups. Pregnant women need to ensure that they are getting both adequate amounts of protein and calcium. Both these nutrients are heavily used by your growing baby. If you don't get enough, the baby's growth isn't likely to be affected. However, your own reserves of these substances will become depleted, and your health will probably suffer. Make sure that you have a high protein diet, including suitable foods at every meal. Eggs are a good choice for breakfast, while beans and animal proteins should be included for other meals. Mix up your dairy consumption with things like yogurt, sour cream, milk and other products. Also, keep a firm focus on fruits and vegetables, as they offer essential nutrients as well. If you are unsure of what you are, or should be, eating, talk to your doctor for more specific ideas.
Moving is Okay
Many pregnant women are under the impression that it is harmful to exercise while they are pregnant. However, that is largely a misconception. While you certainly do not want to introduce a new, high intensity workout to your lifestyle at this point, continuing a moderate exercise plan is perfectly acceptable. Just make sure that you eliminate any bouncing or jarring movements from your existing routine. You can also begin new routines that are low impact, and geared specifically for pregnant mothers. Some good choices include walking, yoga or Pilates. If you can find a class that is specifically for pregnant women, that is ideal. However, discussing your needs with an instructor beforehand may be sufficient.
When it comes to pregnancy, it's not the time to actively lose weight and diet. However, you can adjust your lifestyle slightly so that you have an easier time getting back into shape after your new baby arrives. Keep your eye on basic nutrition, focusing on getting plenty of protein, calcium, and fresh produce. If you do exercise, keep it within safe parameters for both you and your growing baby. If you focus on the big picture, your weight gain will be healthy and normal, and should come off quickly, especially if you breastfeed your new baby.
Dr.Tina Wilson is a renowned Gynecologist and had been working with Red Cross Hospital, Vietnam. She guides and advises pregnant women online with a person to person approach in her website; log on for the latest feeds now; Pregnancy Plan []
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