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Indigestion and heartburn in pregnancy

Find out how to recognise, avoid and treat indigestion and heartburn during your pregnancy.

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Reflux

Reflux (acid indigestion) is relatively common in babies. Some babies bring up more milk than others during or just after a feed.

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Pregnancy at week 25

As you are approaching the end of the second trimester, you might be starting to feel a bit uncomfortable as your baby continues to grow.

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Pregnancy at week 33

Your baby's brain and nervous system are now fully developed, and the baby is continuing to gain weight. You'll probably also be feeling sore and tired.

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Pregnancy at week 13

At week 13 of pregnancy, you officially enter your second trimester and hopefully any morning sickness has eased off.

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Pregnancy at week 21

At week 21, you should consider whether to do any travel since you may not be able to for much longer in your pregnancy.

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Fibre | Nutrition Australia

Fibre is the indigestible parts of plant foods, such as vegetables, fruits, grains, beans and legumes. It is type of a carbohydrate that helps keep our…

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25 weeks pregnant | Raising Children Network

25 weeks pregnant? In this pregnancy week by week guide, find out how your baby is growing, how your body is changing and how to look after yourself.

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Pregnancy - signs and symptoms - Better Health Channel

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Pregnancy and Sleep

Is sleep important when you are pregnant? Pregnancy is a time when you need to pay particular attention to your health. During pregnancy, the mother’s body changes rapidly. Any health issues may impact on the development and growth of the baby. Most people know that you need a balanced diet and enough exercise, but

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