|To all the hot pregnant women this summer!! May i ask how you all are keeping cool in the heat?|
Me personally im only 13 weeks but man oh man i am so freaking hott all the time i live in oklahoma and boy its soo hot here all the time i crave snow cones so much and ginger lemonade so yummy so what do you do about the heat and what do you crave?
|hey 38 weeks here and i live in Texas... it hit the 90's as early as March this year, lol|
i go to my friend's house and stay in the pool and float on a raft floaty thing with the sprinkler going so that every now and then i can float under it and get wet without having to get off the raft.
fans, and AC are a god send and snowcones are amazing! all the employees at the snowcone shop know who i am.
|Do you think pregnant women look hot in a bikini ?|
what is the gerneral population's response to this question? Can a pregnant woman truly look hot in anything. Men and women please answer!
|Whats wrong with castor oil?|
|Why would pregnant women get hot flashes when being pregnant cause an increase in estrogen production?|
Doesn't lack of estrogen cause hot flashes in menopausal women? So why do pregnant women get hot flashes when their bodies are suppose to be producing excess estrogen? Are hot flashes during pregnancy a sign that a woman is not producing sufficient estrogen for the pregnancy?
|Pregnant women get hot flashes because their metabolisms are in overdrive. It's not for the same reason that menopausal women get them.|
|For all the HOT pregnant women!!?|
LOL literally, and i mean hot!! im 29 weeks pregnant and although im not large im still feeling the heat :S im due in march :) i was wondering if any other pregnant women could give tips on keeping cool during the Christmas period? :)
|I was just like that with all four of my pregnancies, and it felt like my husband would turn the heat right on hell. My last daughter was born on Dec. 18, and I would literally have to get out of the bed (in December) and go stand outside, I ended up starting to sleep by myself in the guest room with the window up. Try using a box fan, that will get a little air circulating, or just take cool showers, or open a window|
|This is for guys only. Is it true that guys think pregnant women are hot?|
I've heard that men find pregnant women sexy. Is this true? If so, why? As a woman I see it as a beautiful thing but how do guys see a big huge round belly as sexy? Maybe b/c you don't have to worry about getting her pregnant? Ha ha enlighten me please.
|When a woman is pregnant she has a very special look in her eyes and is very emotional, whether enjoying sex or being down in the dumps.... When she is having sex, her highs are so great that it carrys over to her partner and he also has better sex....|
sometimes it makes the entry more challenging and new/different positions are found, but that also is a turn on.
|What are the restrictions on Hot Tubs for pregnant women?|
My back is killing me!! I was just wondering if I could get in for a couple of minutes if I didn't have it turned up too hot? Or is it NO, no matter what?
|Keep it under 100 degrees Fahrenheit|
|What hot drinks can pregnant women have?|
Besides hot chocolate
|as for the hot drinks you can have Hot chocolate, white hot chocolate which is extremely yummy, you could have a decaf mocha, decaf latte, hot tea. now as for the herbal tea's well heres some you can have and some information on them aswel ok. good luck and congrats.|
Which teas are not safe?
Many of the herbs used for teas, when taken in large or medicinal amounts, can potentially stimulate the uterus and induce miscarriage. These include anise, catnip, chamomile, comfrey, ephedra (called ma huang in traditional Chinese medicine), European mistletoe, hibiscus, horehound, Labrador, lemongrass, licorice root, mugwort, pennyroyal, raspberry leaf, rosemary, sage, sassafras, stinging nettle leaf, vetiver, and yarrow.
Although some midwives use raspberry leaf (also known as red raspberry leaf) to aid delivery, its effectiveness hasn't been proven. In any case, it should be used only near term and under the supervision of a healthcare professional. Avoid the rest of the herbs in this list during pregnancy and lactation.
Even though herbal teas are advertised as natural, safe, and healthy, they are not regulated as drugs are and they are not necessarily safe. Growing evidence suggests some herbs may be harmful to pregnant women. They are best avoided, though if you do choose to drink herbal teas, stick to those with ingredients found in an ordinary diet, such as cinnamon, orange, lemon, and apple.
good luck and its pretty well safe.
|What are the restrictions on HOT TUBS for PREGNANT women?|
My back is killing me!! I was just wondering If I had the temp set to like 96-98 rather than 100+ degrees would it be ok for a short period of time, or is it NO, no matter what while pregnant?
|I read in what to expect while expecting that you can get in a hot tub but make sure it is not over 100 degrees, preferabley it should be at 99 and under, so you don't over heat.|
|Do you think pregnant women are hot?|
For some reason I can't get enough of pregnant women. They're so hot to me. Their boobs look bigger and for some reason, they're just hot.
|I think so .. my reason : Im pregnant & hot lol|
|Why can't pregnant women shower in hot water?|
I hear pregnant woman are not supposed to shower in hot water, does this apply throughout the entire pregnancy or just during a particular trimester?
|I can explain it, but my research can explain it better♥|
Is it safe to take hot baths while I'm pregnant?
Catherine Lynch, ob-gyn
Yes, as long as the water temperature isn't over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. If you have to ease your foot into the tub, it's too hot. If you're comfortable getting into the water, the temperature is close to your own body temperature, which is where you want it. Anything hotter can damage your baby's developing cells, and though you can cool off by sweating, your baby can't. It's also fine to use bath oils or bubble bath — your cervix is closed, so there's no danger of these products reaching your baby.
Jeanne-Marie Guise, ob-gyn
It's okay as long as the water is close to your own body temperature, under 100 degrees. If the water is too hot, you get overheated and that increases your heart rate, reduces blood flow to the fetus, and potentially puts the baby under stress.