Motherhood requires a lot of patience. I recall a mum who would call each time she fails to conceive. I provided my patient listening ear to her, offer reassurance and advice from my own personal experiences. With my encouragement, I’m glad she didn’t give up and eventually did become pregnant! I was so happy to share her joys of success, as though it was my own!
Roxanne LauCareline Advisor
Having been a Careline advisor and engaging with mums for the past 6 years, I believe every mum’s story is unique to them. I specialize in offering advice and support to mums trying to conceive in addition to queries on nutrition and baby care. I am an excited first-time mum and have a Specialist Diploma in Nutrition and Health Promotion.
- Try to increase your intake of folic acid, proteins as well as calcium. when you’re pregnant.
- Foods high in carbohydrate are best (e.g. bread and crackers) and eating some food at regular intervals may help ease symptoms of morning sickness.
- Attend antenatal classes for valuable tips on how to prepare for breast feeding.
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