10 Key Signs of Pregnancy

I was having lunch in one of my favorite restaurants here in Kenya and I had ordered my usual meal of Ugali and Fish. ...
changes during pregnancy Trimester-wise

3rd Trimester (29-42 Weeks 0R 6-9 Months)

This trimester is full of excitement. It’s the final leg of the nine-month journey, and all you think of is the day you will...

Common Sleep Problems Among Pregnant Kenyan Women

Most discussions around insomnia for mums in Kenya always focus on the nights after the baby comes home from the hospital. However, lack of...

Monitoring Fetal Movement: What you Should Know

For most first time mums in Kenya, waiting to feel the baby move is always a mix of anxiety and excitement. It is common...

Twin Pregnancy: What you should expect

Having twins is a blessing but it can also come with its share of anxiety as parents try to imagine the journey ahead of...
changes during pregnancy Trimester-wise

2nd Trimester (15-28 Weeks OR 3-6 Months)

By this time, it starts becoming a bit obvious that there is a ‘bun in the oven’.  You can now start enjoying the vibrant...
changes during pregnancy Trimester-wise

1st Trimester (0-14 Weeks OR 1-3 Months)

The first trimester comes with the excitement and the niggling suspicion that you may be pregnant. There are many symptoms that may make you...

Common Fears when Pregnant

Anxiety is a normal and natural human experience but it can affect a person’s feelings, thoughts, behavior, and physical well-being. Many Kenyan women –...

Factors that Influence Sex during Pregnancy

Research shows that there is a reduction in sexual activity, vaginal intercourse and sexual desire in many women as the pregnancy progresses. Both the...

Taking Anti-HIV Medication When Pregnant

When to start taking anti-HIV medications depends on your health, how much HIV has affected your body, and how far along you are in...
Blood Pressure Tests in Pregnancy

Routine Tests to Expect During Pregnancy

Your doctor will conduct a few tests throughout your pregnancy to know your health and that of your baby. In some cases, you’ll be...
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