Pregnancy for Modern Girls by Hollie Smith
The naked truth about being pregnant

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If you want a sugar-coated guide to pregnancy, this isn’t it! With you through every stage, the Modern Girl’s Guide to Pregnancy is a refreshing, truthful guide to nine months of scary decisions, medical jargon and life-changing events. From scans, maternity leave and common pregnancy ailments, to what labour’s really like, we tell you straight – the kind of frank, honest advice you expect from your best mate. We cover the questions that you’ll really want the answers to but may not want to ask, including: • I got really drunk in the first 3 months – will my baby be ok? • Will I need to wear big pants? • What’s an episiotomy? • Are piles inevitable? • Can I still have sex when I’m huge? Full of practical advice, this book will help waylay your fears and ensure you make the right choices for you and your baby.
 

About Hollie Smith

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Hollie Smith is a mum of two as a well as a journalist and parenting author whose other books include two White Ladder titles, Cool, Calm Parent, and Food Fights. She is also author of Toddling to Ten, the Netmums guide to the challenges of childhood, and Baby's First Year, the Netmums guide to being a new mum.
 
Published October 22, 2009 by White Ladder Press. 292 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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