Pregnancy is an exciting time for mummies-to-be! But do you know what to do in your first trimester? You will need help in finding the right gynaecologist and hospital and this is your go-to section. Read up on how your precious little one is growing in your tummy in the first trimester and what you can do to help it grow healthily. We have a repertoire of articles that can guide you through your first trimester on what to eat, what lifestyle changes you have to make, what questions to ask your gynaecologist and what to expect for your first prenatal checkup.
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