Hayden Panettiere’s Pregnancy Written into Nashville Script
It looks like “Nashville” won’t have to hide Hayden Panettiere's pregnancy after all. It has just been revealed that just like Hayden, her character Juliette Barnes will also be pregnant in season three of the hit show. Diaperchamp.com confirmed back in June that Hayden is expecting a baby with her boxer fiancé Wladimir Klitschko. He has also been readily singing the praises of his lady, saying "She's an amazing person and I'm more than sure that she's going to be an amazing mum." Awwww, so sweet.
How Do You Chart Your BBT?
Taking your daily basal body temperature can help you to figure out when you are ovulating. There are a few tips that you should know. First of all, buy a good quality basal thermometer at your local drug store or online. They are cheap and easy to obtain or you could get one free at fertibella or conceiveeasy. Next, leave the thermometer by your bed so you can remember to take your temperature each day and take it before you even get out of bed. Only use one thermometer each day and don’t switch back and forth between thermometers.
Having Problems Getting Pregnant After Depo-Provera?
The Depo Provera birth control shot is very effective at preventing unwanted pregnancies. However, some women have trouble getting pregnant after stopping the shot and may need a fertility aid. Depo Provera can stay in your system longer than other birth control methods. So, even after you stop the shot, it can still be working in your body. If you haven’t resumed your periods one year after stopping the Depo Provera shot, see your doctor.
How to Prepare For Giving Birth In a Hospital
Congratulations! You've fallen pregnant either naturally or with fertility supplements. When it’s time to deliver, there are many things to remember. First, know when it is time to go to the hospital. Ask your doctor how far about your contractions should be before you head to the hospital. Find out if you can pre-register at the hospital to save time and stress on the day of delivery. Make sure to have your hospital bag packed and ready. Include a change of clothes for yourself, comfortable sleepwear, warm socks, nursing bras and pads, and toiletries. Also bring along an outfit for baby to come home in, and don’t forget the car seat!
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