Pregnancy: Ultimate Survival Guide to Pregnancy, Birth, and Your Newborn – Everything You Must Know to Keep Your Baby Safe, Healthy, and Happy

Sylvia Swanson




SUMMARY: You find out you’re pregnant and you likely have a lot of concerns. Though you are excited, the questions abound. Here is the Ultimate Survival Guide to Pregnancy, Birth, and Your Newborn. Your goal is to be as prepared as possible when the time comes, or prepare yourself as quickly as possible should the time already be here! That’s exactly what this book is going to do. Covering every detail, from finding out you’re pregnant to your trip to the hospital, it will offer you a thorough, step-by-step guide to a successful and stress-free pregnancy.

This guide includes a detailed analysis of each trimester, advice on finding the right doctor, important questions to ask, key things to avoid, and answers to frequently asked questions to make your pregnancy as seamless as possible. You will also find out if and when to contact your medical professional. Learn about your baby’s gradual development and find out about all the milestones you can expect when expecting. Plus, helpful pictures will add to the overall reading experience.



Finding out you’re pregnant is a joyous occasion. Maybe you’ve been trying for months, or maybe you were happily surprised. Either way, it is an amazing event that will change your life forever. At first, you may be thinking about the cute clothing, the much-loved “baby smell” and the fun toys. Sure, there is a lot of fun to parenting, but it’s also a lot of hard work.
When you first find out you’re pregnant, it is time to focus on one thing: your pregnancy.

A lot must happen in the next nine months. Just think of the miracle happening: you’re creating and developing another human in your body. This is a time when your body is going to go through a lot of changes. If this is your first pregnancy, you may not be ready for all of them.

Here you are going to get information about what really happens throughout each stage of your pregnancy: the first, second and third trimesters. You’ll find out exactly what to expect and how to handle the unexpected. Remember what your body is doing—creating life! That is no small task; it’s an aggressive goal, so expect a lot of notable changes.



You’ve gotten over the initial joy and surprise of getting pregnant. Now you’re on your way into what they call the “first trimester”. At this point, you likely aren’t showing yet. Your pregnancy can easily be kept a secret and shared only with those whom you are close to.

Even though other people don’t know what is going on with you, your body does. And your body cares about one thing: preparing itself for a growing baby. There are many changes inside the body, even though for now the outside is relatively the same.

Pregnancy: Ultimate Survival Guide to Pregnancy, Birth, and Your Newborn – Everything You Must Know to Keep Your Baby Safe, Healthy, and Happy Description:

So, you have just found out that you are pregnant and expecting a newborn baby? Wonderful!

In a few months, you will meet the little angel that will become the center of your whole world. You are about to embark on a unique adventure, which will transform not only your body but also your personality. It’s a really strange feeling, isn’t it? Both exciting and terrifying, thrilling and overwhelming. And then comes childbirth – that ultimate miracle of life. Your life will change forever once you leave that delivery room. That’s guaranteed. And then what?

What you need is the expert advice and valuable parenting tips from this comprehensive, step-by-step guide that can answer all your possible questions.

This world-class guide to pregnancy, birth and life with a newborn is absolutely indispensable for mothers-to-be. Offering you detailed information about every aspect of your experience, you will find it the next best thing to calling your doctor!

Upon reading the first pages of this detailed guide for new mothers, you will find yourself being reassured and comforted by the honest, down-to-earth advice. You will be able to navigate yourself through pregnancy, childbirth and motherhood, avoiding mistakes and perfectly preparing your body and soul for this amazing experience. Broken down in three key-sections; pregnancy, birth and motherhood, it will provide you with an expert insight of the various situations you will find yourself. Especially if you are expecting for the first time, this elite book is a necessity.

In this all-inclusive book for expecting mothers, you will learn:

What to expect when you are expecting – changes that all women’s bodies go through during pregnancy and what is going on inside your womb.

What it actually feels like to be pregnant, go into labor and deliver a baby.

What you should be doing during pregnancy to ensure that your baby is healthy when he or she arrives – an expecting mother’s diet and exercises… and habits you should avoid.

Methods to make delivering a baby as easy as possible, whether you decide to use natural childbirth, C Section, or assisted delivery.

What to ask your OB and determining the sex of your baby.

What your spouse can do to help you during pregnancy, labor and after the baby is born.

What types of maternity clothes are the most comfortable and practical.

What you should do to prepare for your baby ahead of time – what types of baby gear and nursery items are essential to have BEFORE your baby is born.

Everyday things every mother must know how to do, like breastfeeding tips, how to feed a baby, changing diapers and burping a baby.

Your life is going to change forever. Why not be prepared?

If you are looking for the perfect gift for pregnant women, then you should look no further!

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