Getting Ready for Pregnancy
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Getting Ready for Pregnancy

Guide for having a healthier pregnancy and baby. Learn DOs and DONTs before getting pregnant and having a baby.
5.0 (1 rating)
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695 students enrolled
Created by Port Medic
Last updated 11/2015
English
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Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • 15 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn Pros and Cons of Getting Pregnant in 20s, 30s and 40s
  • Have the health checklist before getting pregnant
  • Have the lifestyle checklist before getting pregnant
  • How to give up contraception
  • How to get your body ready for the baby
  • How to get your life ready for the baby
  • How to exercise before pregnancy
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Requirements
  • Couples decided to have a baby can enroll in this course
  • All you need is just a device with internet connectivity (PC, Tablet, Smartphone ... etc.)
Description

Are you planning to have a baby? Are you aiming to have a healthier pregnancy period and have a healthier baby? Do you want to learn DOs and DONTs of pre-pregnancy term?

Then this course is exactly for you!

  • 30 Days FULL REFUND of your money is guaranteed if you will not be satisfied of this course
  • You will have LIFETIME ACCESS to this course. So, you will be able to re-take this course unlimited times.

There are several steps you should follow before getting pregnant. These include jabs, vaccinations, tests, giving up contraception, exercises, what to eat/drink and what to not eat/drink and even financial planning for the costs of having a baby.

This course describes all pre-pregnancy actions you have to take in detail in the following order.

  • Getting pregnant in your 30s
  • Pre-pregnancy health checklist
  • Pre-pregnancy lifestyle checklist
  • Giving up contraception
  • Stopping taking the pill
  • Getting your body ready for a baby
  • Getting your life ready for a baby
  • Risks of Pregnancy After 35 Years Old
  • Suitable Exercises Before Pregnancy
  • Want a Boy or Girl?
  • Getting pregnant in your 40s
  • Getting pregnant in your 20s
  • 11 changes to make before trying for a baby

Now, enroll in this course to take the first GREAT step for the future of your baby!

Who is the target audience?
  • Parents planning to have a baby
  • Mothers planning to have a baby
  • Fathers planning to have a baby
  • Any individual or professional interested in and want to learn more about pre-pregnancy
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Curriculum For This Course
71 Lectures
03:21:07
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Introduction
1 Lecture 02:59

Agenda of the course is described.

Preview 02:59
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Getting Pregnant in your 30s
5 Lectures 07:48

Handouts of the presentation used during the course is attached. It is recommended to download and take notes while you are watching lectures.

Handouts for Section #2
6 pages

Chances of getting pregnant in 30s are described.

Preview 01:02

PROs of having a baby in your 30s are described.

Preview 02:16

CONs of having a baby in your 30s are described.

Preview 03:06

High level steps you should take to get pregnant are described.

Preview 01:24
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Pre-Pregnancy Health Checklist
8 Lectures 08:20

Handouts of the presentation used during the course is attached. It is recommended to download and take notes while you are watching lectures.

Handouts for Section #3
3 pages

Contraception Review is described.

Contraception Review
01:28

Medical History and Cervical Screening are described.

Medical History & Cervical Screening
01:01

Urine and Blood Tests are described.

Urine and Blood Tests
01:03

Blood Pressure Check & Healthy Weight are described.

Blood Pressure Check & Healthy Weight
01:25

Vaccinations & Quitting Smoking are described.

Vaccinations & Quitting Smoking
00:53

Medication & Genetic Testing are described.

Medication & Genetic Testing
01:03

Vitamin Supplements are described.

Vitamin Supplements
01:27
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Pre-Pregnancy Lifestyle Checklist
4 Lectures 04:32

Handouts of the presentation used during the course is attached. It is recommended to download and take notes while you are watching lectures.

Handouts for Section #4
2 pages

Dropping the bad habits is described.

Drop the Bad Habits
01:18

Improving your diet and starting exercising regularly is described.

Improve your diet & Start Exercising Regularly
01:18

Relax, Check your finances & Talk things through

Relax, Check your finances & Talk things through
01:56
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Giving Up Contraception
10 Lectures 10:05

Handouts of the presentation used during the course is attached. It is recommended to download and take notes while you are watching lectures.

Handouts for Section #5
10 pages

When should I stop taking the pill?

When should I stop taking the pill?
01:37

When should I stop taking the mini pill?

When should I stop taking the mini pill?
00:35

How soon will I be fertile after my implant is removed?

How soon will I be fertile after my implant is removed?
00:47

How long will an injection take to get out of my system?

How long will an injection take to get out of my system?
01:04

I’ve been using a coil. Will it affect my fertility?

I’ve been using a coil. Will it affect my fertility?
01:34

How long will the contraceptive patch take to get out of my system?

How long will the contraceptive patch take to get out of my system?
00:39

I've been using an intrauterine system (IUS). Will it affect how soon I conceive?

I've been using an intrauterine system (IUS). Will it affect how soon I conceive
01:38

If I conceive while using a spermicide, will it affect my baby?

If I conceive while using a spermicide, will it affect my baby?
00:37

Can sterilization be reversed?

Can sterilization be reversed?
01:34
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When to Stop Taking the Pill
2 Lectures 03:09

Handouts of the presentation used during the course is attached. It is recommended to download and take notes while you are watching lectures.

Handouts for Section #6
2 pages

We want to get pregnant. When should I stop taking the pill?
03:09
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Get Your Body Ready for a Baby
8 Lectures 13:54

Handouts of the presentation used during the course is attached. It is recommended to download and take notes while you are watching lectures.

Handouts for Section #7
11 pages

Whether you should reach a healthy weight before trying for a baby is described.

Should I reach a healthy weight before trying for a baby?
01:49

Habits you need to stop are described.

Should I stop smoking, drinking and taking drugs before trying for a baby?
01:59

Seeing your GP must be important in some circumstances. These are described.

Should I see my GP before trying for a baby?
01:58

Preconception Care Check-up is described.

What should I expect at a preconception care check-up?
02:18

Medical tests you might need to take are described.

Should I have any medical tests before trying for a baby?
02:27

Vaccinations that are important are described.

Should I have any vaccinations before trying for a baby?
01:21

Supplements you need to take before pregnancy are described.

Should I take any supplements while trying for a baby?
02:02
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Get Your Life Ready for a Baby
9 Lectures 13:57

Handouts of the presentation used during the course is attached. It is recommended to download and take notes while you are watching lectures.

Handouts for Section #8
11 pages

What needs to be thought and prepared before start trying for a baby is described.

What should we think about before we start trying?
01:57

What to do to afford a baby is described.

Can we afford to have a baby?
00:51

When to stop contraception is described.

When should we stop using contraception?
01:31

Changes you should make in your eating habits and supplements you need to take are described.

Do I need to change what I eat if I'm trying for a baby?
02:17

How your weight affects your fertility is described.

Will my weight affect my fertility?
02:18

Exercise before and during pregnancy is described.

Should I start exercising more before I conceive?
01:52

Harmful habits before getting pregnant are described.

Is smoking, drinking and taking drugs harmful when you're trying?
02:12

What you should do if your job is harmful for getting pregnant is described.

What if my job could be harmful once I get pregnant?
00:59
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Is it risky to have a baby after 35?
2 Lectures 04:41

Handouts of the presentation used during the course is attached. It is recommended to download and take notes while you are watching lectures.

Handouts for Section #9
4 pages

Whether it is risky to have a baby after 35 is described.

Is it risky to have a baby after 35?
04:41
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What exercise is suitable both before and during pregnancy?
2 Lectures 03:38

Handouts of the presentation used during the course is attached. It is recommended to download and take notes while you are watching lectures.

Handouts for Section #10
3 pages

Suitable exercises you should do before and during pregnancy are described.

What exercise is suitable both before and during pregnancy?
03:38
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About the Instructor
Port Medic
5.0 Average rating
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695 Students
1 Course
Global Voluntary Health Consulting Clinic

Port Medic has been founded in 2002 by a group of Obstetrics and Gynaecology doctors and specialists in Switzerland. Main purpose of the group is providing guidelines, consultancies and recipes for a healthy life for people.

Group also aims to give free treatment to the patients who have low power of income and needs special health assistance.

Following services are provided by Port Medic to people who seek information for a reasonable price and free treatment to patients who have low level of income. Since group has been founded as a voluntary group, most of the revenues generated by the guidelines, recipes or other services of the group are managed to provide free treatment services for patients require a proper treatment but have low level of income.

Following are services provided by Port Medic Clinic:

-Recipes, guidelines and articles for a healthy life

-Organizing seminars, conferences, meetings to illuminate people

-Giving free treatment for people who have low level of income level

-Providing best practices for most seen health problem cases