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are cranberry supplements safe to ingest while pregnant?

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Dr. Padmavati Garvey
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Yes: Yes. Try using cranberries in your cooking too. Remember always try to use the unprocessed whole ingredient rather than a pill/supplement.
Dr. Charles Miller
Orthopedic Surgery 43 years experience
Why supplements?: Supplements are often not regulated by anyone. If pregnant, i would stick to whole food nutrition, with the exception that Folic Acid is important to lower the risk of a neural tube defect like spina bifida. Look around for those types of products to keep you and your baby healthy.

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How can I best prepare for pregnancy as a single woman?

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Same as married: Proper diet, prenatal vitamins, normal exercise, & preconception visit with an OB doctor to assess any increased risks.
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How can my eating habits during pregnancy affect my child?

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What's the best supplement to take for building muscle?

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Im 29 and I am eager to get pregnant what are my chances? I have prior history of irregular periods. Can that risk y chances? Please help!

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Chances are good: At age 29, your chances for getting pregnant are good. If you have irregular periods, this can make it more difficult since you may ovulate less frequently. This will mean fewer opportunities to get pregnant. If you're not successful getting pregnant in about 6-12 months, see your doctor.
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I've been trying to get pregnant for a while so what's the best way to get pregnant with an irregular period?

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Pregnancy: I you have an irregular period it means you ovulate irregularly. You should keep a menstrual calendar writing when you start period and when you have sex. You can also buy an ovulation kit at the pharmacy, this will let you know when you ovulate so you can plan to have sex at that time. If you still can't get pregnant you should see a doctor and bring your menstrual calendar with you.

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