It wasn't a pregnancy test or missed period that told me I was pregnant with my second baby; it was too early for those things. A doner kebab told me I was going to be a mum again.
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I couldn't help but be taken a little aback.
Why does it happen?
Some symptoms are downright weird.
During a concert in Sydney last year, Adele had an unusual request for her fans.
When I found out I was pregnant, I was prepared for a?variety of symptoms, ranging from terrible to mildly fun. Morning nausea? Awful. Craving and getting to eat all the ice cream I want? Sign me up.
A doctor's top tips.
When you're pregnant, the parameters for what is worthy of a good cry are blown wide open.
Although researchers claim that there's no real evidence of baby brain, every mum I know has experienced it in some form or another.
I could barely walk.
It's the job of every partner of an expecting woman - making sure the mother of their?unborn baby gets whatever strange thing she is craving, whenever she is craving it.?
When you're struggling with a brutal case of morning sickness throughout your first trimester, it isn't easy to keep your pregnancy a secret. What are you supposed to do when your "flu" has lasted several weeks, you keep running back and forth to the bathroom, and your face is quite literally green? Check out some simple tips to help you hide your pregnancy when you have severe morning sickness, then see which foods can ease the symptoms!