'What causes twins?''
"Can disease or deformity be detected before birth?"
These are some of the many questions that every new mother-to-be is likely to ask - and in this book Claire Rayner has a sensible and sympathetic answer for them all.
Becoming a parent can be one of life's most exciting and rewarding experiences, but it can also be a worrying time. Claire Rayner is used to helping others with their problems and in this book she answers the questions most often raised about pregnancy, based on her long experience as 'problem page' columnist in the The Sunday Mirror and medical correspondent for Woman's Own. With the information and advice contained in this book the task of bringing a new-born baby into the world should be easier and more enjoyable.
Exercise is equally important for a happy and healthy pregnancy, and for a speedy return to normality afterwards. The exercise programme has been specially devised to help your body cope with the new demands that will be made on it. Every woman knows that prenatal and antenatal exercise are vital for her well-being - this programme will make them a more enjoyable routine, less of a chore and more of a relaxing break from the stresses and strains of becoming a mother.
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