You might have heard in the news about a so called 'wonder drug'. Maybe you're wondering whether Ozempic is right for you. Can you take Ozempic while pregnant?
Sarah is a registered Midwife, childbirth educator and trainer, blogger and proud mum based in Devon, UK. With over a decade of experience both in the UK and the USA, she is passionate about empowering women and their partners to make informed decisions about their care, helping them to feel positive and excited about their upcoming experience.
When we think about the primary hormones of pregnancy, we might think about progesterone and oestrogen. We might have heard...
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