Pregnancy Problems

Pregnancy problems can range from things like stretch marks and cellulite (which Robelyn Labs can help you address) to depression, sleeplessness, bed rest, diabetes, pain, swelling, and more. We are not physicians here, but we do have some veteran mommies, and we do our research. Your doctor should ALWAYS be your primary source of information, but we think it's also helpful to see what some others have experienced, and how they dealt with it.

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Can stretch marks be removed?

It’s not necessary to undergo a surgeon’s scalpel. There are new, abundant alternatives, from laser treatments to new, potent topical treatments.

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The Myth of Eating For Two

A healthy, balanced diet is especially important during pregnancy: you need to nourish yourself, as well as providing for your developing baby. You shouldn't eat all you want and gain tons of weight.

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Itchy pregnancy skin

As an expectant mother, your body obviously goes through a myriad of changes. In addition to the expected changes (weight gain, fluid retention, morning sickness, etc.), many women experience dry and/or itchy skin.

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How do I remove stretch marks

Today if you have stretch marks the choices for treatment and eradication are numerous.

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Bathing suit season approaches….

Spring is nigh...and for many it’s not the few extra pounds accrued over winter... it’s having to reveal and look at their ugly stretch marks when wearing a swimsuit.

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Stretch mark treatments: topical creams versus laser resurfacing

Which works better for reducing the appearance of stretch marks, topical creams or laser resurfacing?

Prevent Skin Discoloration During Pregnancy
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Prevent Skin Discoloration During Pregnancy

Many women have skin darkening or discoloration during pregnancy due high hormone levels of estrogen and progesterone. There are many precautions one can take to lessen the appearance of these pigment changes.

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I am 35 weeks into pregnancy and have a really itchy rash on the belly?

This is the most common itchy rash of pregnancy, affecting about 1 in 160 pregnancies. It develops late in the third trimester, tends to stabilize as the pregnancy progresses, and goes away with delivery. The cause is unknown and no increased risk of other conditions has been found in the mother or her baby as a result.

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Chocolate and Pregnancy

Researchers at Yale University in New Haven, CT, found that pregnant women who ate more than five servings of chocolate weekly were 40 percent less likely to develop preeclampsia than women who ate chocolate less than once a week. What's more, when the researchers tested cord blood, they found that women with the highest levels of theobromine, a byproduct of chocolate consumption, were nearly 70 percent less likely to develop preeclampsia compared to women with the lowest levels.