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Our Pregnancy Insider walks us through her experience with baby number one, while Baby Project 2.0 focusses on what it's like second time around.

Baby Project 2.0

  • Happy pregnant mum with young child.

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    Here we go again!

    We decided this mix of teenage drama and toddler tantrums isn't enough craziness for us, so now I'm 17 weeks pregnant with baby number two.

  • Woman standing in park looking out at lake.

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    Cloud of fuzziness

    Postnatal depression. It snuck up on me, lowered the cloud of fuzziness and disconnected me from the world I knew.

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  • Family featured in Channel 4's documentary sitting on sofa smiling at the camera

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    Postpartum psychosis documentary on Channel 4

    Some of you may have watched the new documentary from Channel 4 air on Tuesday night as part of it’s ‘Losing it: Our Mental Health Emergency’ series. The documentary followed a family in Nottingham who experienced postpartum psychosis, a rare but a very serious illness that is often unpredictable.

  • Bushfire smoke in Australia with women holding a mask over her face.

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    How are the Australian bushfires affecting pregnant women?

    The recent fires in Australia are known to have had a huge effect on animal and human inhabitants. We’ve looked at the health risks they pose during pregnancy, and how to minimise them.

  • Due - anuary, Just found out you're pregnant?

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    Just found out you’re pregnant?…apparently lots of people do in 'Due-anuary'

    ‘Due’anuary is a month when lots of people seem to find out they are pregnant, so much so that 17th January has been labelled ‘Discovery Day’! Read more about why this is, and what the most common months are for giving birth.

  • Illustration of woman suffering from PTSD

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    Pregnancy after loss and coping with PTSD

    PTSD is being talked about a lot in the media today. It’s important to recognise that PTSD can affect anyone. If you’ve been through a traumatic birth or if you have experienced baby loss in a previous pregnancy through miscarriage, stillbirth or neonatal death, you may be more likely to experience PTSD.

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