Pregnancy PLR (39 Articles)

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Pregnancy PLR Articles Pack

Here are the article titles included in the Pregnancy PLR Articles Pack:

 Planning Ahead While Pregnant (557 words)

 Plus Size and Pregnant (585 words)

 Pregnancy and Nutrition (522 words)

 Prenatal Vitamins and Pregnancy (506 words)

 The Basics of Eating Well When Pregnant (621 words)

 Planning a Baby Shower (496 words)

 Breastfeeding While Pregnant (494 words)

 Eating Right During Your Pregnancy (497 words)

 Fun Ways to Announce Your Pregnancy (497 words)

 A Quick Guide To Your Pregnancy (514 words)

 Halloween Pregnancy Ideas (510 words)

 Stress Free Holidays During Your Pregnancy (506 words)

 Morning Sickness During Pregnancy (490 words)

 Picking a Name Before Your Pregnancy Ends (511 words)

 Concerns During Pregnancy (497 words)

 Staying Fit During Your Pregnancy (508 words)

 Preparing the kids for Pregnancy (502 words)

 Pregnancy’s Beautiful Stretch Marks (517 words)

 Caffeine and Pregnancy: How much is too much (528 words)

 Eating for Breastfeeding (674 words)

 Eating to Beat Pregnancy Fatigue (601 words)

 Eating to Conceive (563 words)

 Eating to Prevent Heartburn (558 words)

 Eating Well Even After Your Pregnancy (579 words)

 Eating Well For You During Your Pregnancy (527 words)

 Eating Well For Your Baby (583 words)

 Eating Well While Dealing With Morning Sickness (608 words)

 Exercise During Pregnancy (647 words)

 Food Cravings During Pregnancy (565 words)

 Foods to Avoid While Pregnant (526 words)

 Gaining Weight Too Fast During Pregnancy (564 words)

 Gaining Weight Too Slowly During Pregnancy (528 words)

 Gestational Diabetes (586 words)

 Healthy weight gain for pregnancy (574 words)

 How Eating Well Can Help During Pregnancy (620 words)

 How to Avoid Constipation During Pregnancy (568 words)

 How to Cope With Food Aversions (580 words)

 How to Eat for A Healthy Pregnancy (546 words)

 Peanuts and Pregnancy (551 words)

Pregnancy PLR Article Sample

Article title: Pregnancy’s Beautiful Stretch Marks

The minute you find out you are pregnant you know things are going to be changing, from your waist size to those little stretch marks that pop up. Stretch marks are exactly that, red or purple marks left in your skin because it has stretched. The most common areas for it to appear is the buttocks, thighs, stomach, breasts and even arms. 90 percent of all pregnant women will get them, whether they get a lot or a few depends on the body and how they are preventing them.

There are a ton of lotions out there that claim to help prevent stretch marks, such as scar serum, cocoa butter or Maderma. Make sure your skin is always moist, this helps in stretching the skin and not tearing it. There are new discoveries every day, ask your doctor what he/she recommends. Try them out yourself first and see if they work for you. This isn’t something you just put on one time during your pregnancy, you’ll have to make this a daily effort in order for it to work. That’s where most women fail, they just stop doing it.

During your pregnancy try to eat healthy and stay in shape. This can help to keep off any access weight. The recommended weight gain for the average, 25-35 healthy pregnancy is 25-35 pounds. Make sure you drink plenty of water, staying hydrated helps keep the skin healthy. The moment your skin dries out you can begin getting stretch marks.

If you’ve had one or more children your chances of getting more stretch marks will increase. Your skin has already been stretched out and you are about to do it again. Large babies and multiple babies can increase your chances of getting stretch marks too. Begin using preventing creams and lotions with vitamins A and E in them, as soon as you find out your are pregnant and try to lessen your chances of getting them.

After the pregnancy if you have any stretch marks you may still have a few stretch marks, even after all the care you took. These do fade over time, so don’t worry about the way you look. If they are unbearable to you and you’ve waited a while, you can choose to have a tummy tuck or laser removal. Make an appointment with a dermatologist to see what he/she has to tell you. You may discover that you can live with them after all.

Besides caring for your skin daily and eating right, there isn’t much you can do to prevent these beautiful pregnancy marks, however this doesn’t mean you don’t have to try. Take comfort in knowing that half the woman you know that have been pregnant probably have a mark or two, they may even have a little road map. Think about it as you’ve just been initiated into the gang of motherhood. No woman should ever feel ashamed of her stretch marks, they may not be the prettiest thing in the world but they do represent one thing…your child. Remember that the next time you are getting disgusted by them.

 

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