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  1. prenatal care for birthmothers

    Birthmothers who don’t get proper prenatal care can endanger their own health as well as their baby’s health. That’s why it’s important to start prenatal care as soon as possible. We all want to be healthy, but sometimes it’s hard to know what we should do, so we’ve prepared a complete guide to prenatal care for birthmothers.

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  2. post-adoption plan for birthmothers

    It’s difficult to generalize the impact of adoption on all birthmothers, but still there are some feelings and emotions this particular situation usually brings. Some women experience grief, guilt, or shame. Some birthmothers find it extremely hard to move on with their life after the adoption. This is a normal reaction to loss and you need to be aware of that. If you create a post-adoption plan before your baby is born, you can move forward in a healthy way.

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  3. common pregnancy symptoms

    The earliest pregnancy symptoms may appear in the first few weeks after conception. Your body is changing entirely during pregnancy and it is starting to prepare for the baby. Alterations in body weight and size are normal since your baby is growing and demanding plenty of food and oxygen. That’s why your body is in a significant stress causing a range of symptoms and discomfort. But there’s nothing to worry about since so many pregnant woman experience these common pregnancy symptoms.

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  4. pregnant woman worried about labor and delivery

    Fear of unknown, along with stories shared by other moms usually stress out most birthmothers as they get closer to their due date. There are some things related to delivery and labor that birthmothers might be nervous about.

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  5. For a birthmother, the time in the hospital is one of the most difficult parts of her adoption journey. To avoid stress, adoption professionals usually advise birthmothers to create their own adoption birth plan.

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