Why all moms forget the pregnancy side effects and the pain of labor as soon as the baby arrives? Which side effects are the most common and how I cope with them? Will I be able to breast feed? Why does a working women usually keep the pregnancy secret? How long should women work while pregnant? Jasna Zekic does not question only the process of child-bearing while dealing with the unexpected side effects. She questions the socio-economic system in place for women - from work environment to maternity leave policies in place. She begins her first trimester observing the role of hormones. Some of the side-effects cause back pain, insomnia and exhaustion while others have an effect on her potty business and hair growth. She does not hide anything, from her food cravings, weight increase, the frequent visits to OB&GYN, to mood changes. Zekic illustrates pregnancy month by month and what women go through while growing a small human inside a womb. Her Two CentsÂ´Worth cover the topic on why sex is not so forbidden fruit for pregnant women. The reality of unexpected body changes. The work conditions. The birth preparation, anticipation, and the fear of giving the birth. My Two CentsÂ´Worth symbolize the amendment to known facts about the pregnancy, and the reality of normal side effects. Pregnant women, and all future moms reading this book will be prepared to expect the unexpected. The book can deliver more than just examples about certain discomforts. It will change the way we appreciate the pregnant woman and the way we interpret the world helping them prepare for the big future.
Praying Through Your Pregnancy shows a mother how to provide an early head start for her child through the power of prayer. With fresh spiritual insight, each chapter reveals what is happening with the baby's development that week, starting with the very first moment of conception, when God begins the creation of either a boy or a girl. Readers will learn how the confidence they place in God affects the healthy development of their precious growing baby, and how to reduce their own stress and anxiety by looking to the Creator. In this interactive guidebook, the author shares excerpts from her pregnancy journal as an encouragement for women to write their own thoughts and feelings, and each chapter ends with a Mother's Prayer and Scriptures for Meditation.
Technology has come to dominate the modern experience of pregnancy and childbirth, but instead of empowering pregnant women, technology has been used to identify the foetus as a second patient characterised as a distinct entity with its own needs and interests. Often, foetal and the woman's interests will be aligned, though in legal and medical discourses the two 'patients' are frequently framed as antagonists with conflicting interests. This book focuses upon the permissibility of encroachment on the pregnant woman's autonomy in the interests of the foetus. Drawing on the law in England & Wales, the United States of America and Germany, Samantha Halliday focuses on the tension between a pregnant woman's autonomy and medical actions taken to protect the foetus, addressing circumstances in which courts have declared medical treatment lawful in the face of the pregnant woman's refusal of consent. As a work which calls into question the understanding of autonomy in prenatal medical care, this book will be of great use and interest to students, researchers and practitioners in medical law, comparative law, bioethics, and human rights.
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