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Do we always love being pregnant?

"I'm gonna keep it real: For me, pregnancy is the worst experience of my life! LOL! I don't enjoy one moment of it and I don't understand people who enjoy it. My mom and Kourtney clearly did! More power to them but I just don't relate."

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The truth about pregnancy hormones

There is nothing that can prepare us for the myriad of hormonal and psychological changes that occur when we become pregnant – it’s truly unique in the life of the expectant mother!

And it’s fair to say so are the effects, which differ between us all, leading us to be totally unpredictable in how we feel, act and respond, almost on a daily basis.

So here’s some information on the important hormones you may be interested in knowing more about!

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Enter your favourite baby photo to win £5,000

We all know we love to share our baby photos with our nearest and dearest, capturing every moment with our bundle of joy before time flashes by and they’re all grown up!

Mumandbabyonline.co.uk has teamed up with Baby of the Month; part of Barrett & Coe, one of the largest groups of portrait photographers in the country, to present a fun-filled photography session and Baby of the Month Competition, with a chance to win £5,000.

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10 things you're not told about pregnancy

When you find out your pregnant, it’s a matter of course to inform your doctor and be told about your scans alongside the general information about what to eat and avoid, and how to look after yourself.

However, there are many (many) more delights that can come along with a positive pregnancy test that people don’t always talk about or show you in the movies.

Here are 10 of the top pregnancy side effects and symptoms to give you a heads up. But don’t worry, as every woman has a different pregnancy experience, they may not occur to you at all!

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Does age really matter in pregnancy?

According to latest statistics from the Office National Statistics (ONS), the average age group of the UK mother has now risen to 30-34, and nearly one in five births are to women over the age of 35.

Whilst most have perfectly healthy pregnancies (and babies!) there is some evidence to suggest that being an older mum can affect you, your pregnancy and the birth. Finding out how can help you to be more aware and more prepared.

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