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One box, every month - Nurturing your pregnancy with products and expert advice
One box, every month - Nurturing your pregnancy with products and expert advice

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Pregnant or not, who doesn't love chocolate! That's why we've put some @divinechocolate in some of our boxes. Yum!!
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Pregnancy munchies? Why not snack on a yummy @nakd_wholefoods bar that you'll find in selected boxes from Project-B!
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An interesting look at average weight gain across your body during pregnancy from www.babyyourbaby.org. #pregnancy
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Have you got your questions ready?

Our resident midwife, Gemma Raby, will be with us on our Facebook page today from 1pm until 5pm to answer any of your pregnancy related questions. www.facebook.com/projectbpregnancy

You may recognise Gemma, she frequently appeared on Channel 4's One Born Every Minute when they filmed series 3 and 4 at Leeds General Infirmary where she works.

Gemma speaks to hundreds of pregnancy women every week so if you have a questions about your pregnancy, she really is one of the best people to ask.

We look forward to seeing you here between 1pm and 5pm tomorrow!
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This made us giggle in the office ;-)
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A happy and healthy pregnancy is something we all want to have but it's always worth being aware of the health issues and risks that some women can experience.

First-time mum, singer-songwriter and actress, Kimberley Walsh, is a patron for the charity CMV Action UK. For her, the fight against the CMV virus is personal as it affected her friend's son, Christian. "Congenital CMV is one of the main causes of children being born with birth defects in the UK but pregnant women are not routinely told about it, nor the simple steps they can take to protect themselves."

For further information take a look at their website http://cmvaction.org.uk/pregnant-women
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