Soon after the “Congratulations!” and “When are you due?” the “Oh, you’re going to be ‘really’ pregnant in the heat” comments come in for those who share the news they are due in June, July, August or September. Yes, it is something expectant mothers have thought about also – and for good reason. Being pregnant any time of the year can be strenuous. Pregnant in your third trimester in the summer, however, brings its own set of concerns – especially in regard to staying hydrated and cool.
When you first become pregnant, a slight rise in basal body temperature is often one of the... Read More »