On the 18th day of December 2013, my water broke and I called the Labour Ward to know if I should make my way down to the hospital, after some few questions I was asked to come down. So, my husband and I packed my hospital bag and excitedly went down to the hospital in preparation for the delivery of our gorgeous baby.
I’m currently in my last trimester of pregnancy and basically counting the weeks now before we meet our wonderful baby. It has been quite an interesting and eventful journey for my family and I. I keep thinking of all the changes our lives would be experiencing as a result of our new addition and I’m totally looking forward to it. Whilst all that is great, there is still a need to take good care of myself and our baby by eating foods that are nutritious to both of us until and beyond the due date. Continue reading
Weight plays an important role in dealing with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. Many a time, when we hear weight management, we often confuse this for people who are overweight and need to lose weight, but this may not always be the case as it may also be for folks who are underweight as well. However, with the subject of PCOS in view, you may more often than not hear of weight loss to achieve ovulation, This is because any woman with a BMI of 30 or higher would likely have issues conceiving. Continue reading
It’s great to have you back as I end this series on sharing my story with you on how I overcame PCOS and became a mother despite all odds.
Once we came to a decision to explore the world of natural fertility, I spent a lot of time in my research for a natural option to fertility and I must say that I was overwhelmed with information about getting pregnant naturally.
On this journey to discuss extensively on natural fertility, I would like to start first by sharing my story and all I did to get to ‘destination motherhood.‘ Then I would explore the world of natural fertility by posting different areas of it that may help you in your own journey.
I got married in September 2010 and was excited about my marital status and all the life events I would be sharing with my husband. Continue reading