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    regularly for updates If you have any suggestions for sites you think may be of interest to expectant parents drop us a line to let us know La Leche League of Ireland Breastfeeding Help and Information Mum 365 Your hospital list provider Rollercoaster ie Pregnancy and Parenting Forums Buy4Baby ie Online Baby Supplies Breastfeeding Support Post Natal Depression Support Group Family Planning Information BreastCheck website Sudden Infant Death Syndrome SIDS

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    Name Please let us know your name Address line1 Invalid Input Address line2 Invalid Input Town City Invalid Input Phone number Invalid Input Your Email Please let us know your email address Expected date of delivery Invalid Input Accompanying person Invalid Input Special diet please select Yes No Invalid Input Date of course wishing to attend 12th September TBC 1 October TBC November TBC Invalid Input if Yes specify Invalid

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    Please let us know your name Address line1 Invalid Input Address line2 Invalid Input Town City Invalid Input Phone number Invalid Input Your Email Please let us know your email address Expected date of delivery Invalid Input Accompanying person Invalid Input Special diet please select Yes No Invalid Input Date of course wishing to attend 12th September TBC 1 October TBC November TBC Invalid Input if Yes specify Invalid Input

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    Name Please let us know your name Address line1 Invalid Input Address line2 Invalid Input Town City Invalid Input Phone number Invalid Input Your Email Please let us know your email address Expected date of delivery Invalid Input Accompanying person Invalid Input Special diet please select Yes No Invalid Input Date of course wishing to attend 12th September TBC 1 October TBC November TBC Invalid Input if Yes specify Invalid

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    in Midwifery from Trinity College Dublin and was one of the first midwives in Ireland to achieve a MHSc in Advanced Midwifery Practice from National University of Ireland Galway She is an expert presenter and delivers huge amounts of information in a fun and friendly way to her clients Always in good humour she is always ready to share a laugh with expectant mothers fathers As well as being an

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  • Eating Wisely in Pregnancy
    milk cheese yogurt sardines or salmon with bones spinach Iron red blood cell production needed to prevent anaemia lean red meat spinach iron fortified whole grain breads and cereals seaweed prunes dark green vegetables eggs Vitamin A healthy skin good eyesight growing bones carrots dark leafy greens sweet potatoes Vitamin C healthy gums teeth and bones assistance with iron absorption citrus fruit broccoli tomatoes fortified fruit juices Vitamin B6 red blood cell formation effective use of protein fat and carbohydrates pork ham whole grain cereals bananas Vitamin B12 formation of red blood cells maintaining nervous system health meat fish poultry milk Note vegetarians who don t eat dairy products need supplemental B12 Vitamin D healthy bones and teeth aids absorption of calcium fortified milk dairy products cereals and breads Folic acid blood and protein production effective enzyme function green leafy vegetables dark yellow fruits and vegetables beans peas Fat body energy stores meat whole milk dairy products margarine vegetable oils Note limit fat intake to 30 or less of your total daily calorie intake What is a normal weight gain in pregnancy Guidelines for recommended weight gain in pregnancy is usually about 12 14kgs This is broken down into 2 3kgs 6 5 7lbs in the first 20 weeks then 0 5kg 1lb per week until the birth While these figures may be true for some women it is not the case for all so try not to get stressed or obsessive about it The general rule though certainly not a hard and fast one is If you were a normal body weight pre pregnancy you should gain 12 15 kgs 25 35 lbs If you were underweight before pregnancy you may be advised to gain a bit more 12 5 18kgs 28 40lbs If you were overweight before pregnancy

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