If so, you might want to see someone about that. However, if you’re referring to planes, then the answer is, yes. International travel is safe up to week 35 of your pregnancy. For domestic flights, you’re good for an extra week.
It’s safe to use fake tan lotion or mousse! Just avoid spray tans – bump will not be amused.
The Milk Factory (AKA your nipples) tends to open around the second trimester. The flow is usually brought on by stimulation from the shower or a blow dryer, but it’s completely normal. If it happens often, nursing pads help, as do cabbage leaves.
Ricotta, Parmesan and mozzarella are all on the menu. Bellissima! But avoid the blue ones. Just pretend you’re an Arsenal supporter and remember Chelsea is the devil.
Just not mackerel, swordfish, tilefish and the ever-popular shark (apparently tastes like chicken). Limit tuna and oily fish to twice a week.
If you limit your caffeine intake to one cup a day, you should be perfectly safe. You can even throw in a bar of chocolate.
Nor will cod liver oil or walking – so you can forget the brisk stroll to the Tandoori Inn via your local health store.
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