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What spa treatments are considered suitable?

• As a rule of thumb you should steer clear of any treatments that involve high temperatures viz whirlpools, saunas, steam rooms, heat wraps etc or the use of any herbal or botanical products that could be potentially harmful to your baby. There are treatments that you can enjoy without worry, and which will make you feel more attractive and help you relax as well.

• A facial treatment designed to unplug oily pores can help minimize acne outbreaks which many women are prone during pregnancy.

• A pedicure and foot massage can be sheer delight for those aching feet. It feels very comforting to have your swollen, tired feet cleaned, massaged and painted by someone else. This becomes particularly true in the later months when you are too big to do all this yourself.

• A body scrub with moisturizer will help you to get rid of the buildup of dead skin cells that can otherwise lead to an itchy belly. It can also help your body replenish some of the moisture lost as a result of hormone-induced skin dehydration.
What is bacterial vaginosis?

Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is a very common type of vaginal infection; in fact it is the most prevalent infection among women of reproductive age. Overgrowth of bad bacteria in the vagina is the cause. Symptoms include fishy odor that becomes particularly strong after intercourse of during your period.
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