Issue I August 1, 2001
Week-By-Week Guide to Your
Welcome to StorkNet's Week-By-Week Guide to Your
Pregnancy! For each of the forty weeks of pregnancy, you'll find
information about your baby's development, what types of changes
occur within mom's pregnant body you might expect, tid-bits for
dads, specific info for pregnant moms of multiples, inspirational
thoughts and suggested reading.
Issue I July 1, 2001
Guide to Fathering
I Be a good Dad?
a New Family
for New Moms
Issue I June 1, 2001
exercise help prevent miscarriage?
a double danger for moms-to-be
falling BBTs predict a miscarriage?
am I having recurrent miscarriages?"
aspirin: Can it impact fertility?
lifting cause miscarriage?
Issue I May 1, 2001
Problem & Pregnancy
The most common thyroid disorder occurring around or during
pregnancy is thyroid hormone deficiency, or hypothyroidism.
Issue I April 1, 2001
Will it be a
Girl or a Boy?
Fill out and submit this form based on Mom's
answers and you'll know what gender baby she is going to have. If a
question does not apply leave it blank. It will not affect the answer.
Issue I March 1, 2001
A great discussion about the effects of
alcohol on pregnancy, some basic facts about Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
(FAS), and the lesser known Fetal Alcohol Effects (FAE), from your
Issue I February 1, 2001
YOUR HEALTH: Nutrition During Pregnancy
You can begin being a responsible, loving mother from the first day you find out you are pregnant. Eat well for your growing baby. There is nothing more important you can do over the next nine months than to take care of your own body and nourish the baby with safe and nutritious foods.
Pregnant women are often concerned about gaining too much weight. If you’re eating sensibly, most of the weight you are gaining is the baby - for most women its about 40 percent of the weight they gain. An average weight gain is between 20 and 35 pounds.
Issue I January 1, 2001
Tests used in pregnancy
Various tests and procedures are used in
certain cased of pregnancy complications. Like all medical
procedures, they offer advantages, but also carry risks. Therefore,
they should be utilized only when medically indicated, to on a
routine basis for your your doctors convenience or to satisfy your curiosity.