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Putting your children second might seem counterintuitive, but science says your marriage should come first. Here's why. It's hard to think about being intimate when you have all the minutiae of daily life swirling around in your head. Our tips will help you make time for sex and intimacy and put down your to-do list of grocery shopping and doctor appointments.

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Mark Moore, Diplomate of the American Board, and his wife Lisa, a registered pediatric nurse, have witnessed throughout their careers the widespread desire to choose a child's gender. They have written this book in plain and simple language to help future parents sway the odds of having a baby girl or a baby boy. This book details the medical knowledge and natural effective methods to empower couples in their family planning to achieve their goal. This book would make an ideal gift-- purchased by friends, aunts and uncles, grandparents-- for engagements, bridal showers and weddings, as well as any parent-to-be. Read it now. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number.

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If your home pregnancy test gives a positive result, schedule an appointment with your OB-GYN as soon as possible to confirm the results and start on your journey towards a healthy pregnancy. Prenatal visits offer you and your baby full support, and they should be done once a month until the 28th week of pregnancy. After this, the frequency should change to twice a month, until you are 36 weeks pregnant. At this point, you should schedule weekly visits until your baby arrives.
You can find out your baby's sex if you have noninvasive prenatal testing NIPT , a blood test that can detect Down syndrome and a few other chromosomal conditions starting at 10 weeks of pregnancy. It takes a week or two to get the results. It also looks for pieces of the male sex chromosome in your blood, which can be used to determine whether you're carrying a boy or a girl. This test is intended for women at higher risk of having a baby with chromosomal disorders but is often available to women at lower risk as well. Discuss with your provider whether the test is appropriate for you.