8 Jan 2010
Your first Baby Congradulations !!!
I know you want to be very, very healthy for your baby. But you can over- dose on Vitamins. Stick with the ones the doctor gave you. Eating healthy and cutting down on your stress is really the best you can do for yourself. Take your quiet stroll every day. Enjoy every minute. Oh, just got an idea ... Keep a diary and some day when your son or daughter is about to have children of their own, give it to them. Another thing, on delivery have someone put a recorder in the basinet and you will hear the baby's first cry forever.
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1 answer • 15 Sep 2009
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If I'm allergic to prenatal vitamins and stop taking them, how long before the allergic symptoms go?
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