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  • Early Pregnancy Symptoms | First Signs of Pregnancy - Huggies
    our comprehensive email newsletters Join Huggies now Join now Thank you Remember check your email and click on the link in the Huggies welcome email to confirm your details You ll need to activate to enter promotions find out more Didn t get the email Resend now What best describes you I m trying to conceive I m having a baby I m a parent I m a carer Congratulations Tell us a little bit about your child Gender Don t know yet Boy Girl Born I agree to the Conditions of use I agree to Opt in to Huggies emails Error Join Huggies Close Huggies Site Conditions of Use This website is operated by Kimberly Clark Australia Pty Limited or its affiliates and has been created for your information education entertainment and communication You should read the full Site Terms and Conditions so you know what is available through this site and what your obligations and rights are when you access and use this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to the Site Terms and Conditions In summary the Site Terms and Conditions provide that all of the intellectual property in the content on the site is owned by us there are certain restrictions on the use of the site For example most commercial uses unauthorised modifications or copying of the content and interference with the site is prohibited the Huggies Forum is a facility available to Huggies Baby Club members to express their own thoughts and opinions All thoughts and opinions expressed on the forum are the thoughts and opinions of the participants and not ours There are specific Forum Terms and Conditions that apply to you when you use the forum content submitted to the forum or the site must not be inappropriate offensive illegal or infringing or for commercial gain other than in the Promote Your Business forum the site forum and all content is provided on an as is basis without any warranties of any kind and to the extent permitted by law we will not be liable for any indirect incidental special and or consequential damages including but not limited to loss of profits arising out of your access to or inability to access the site or your use of or reliance upon the site or the content we may suspend your membership if you do not comply with the Site Terms and Conditions and we may restrict your access to the site at any time without notice We respect your right to privacy and will comply with the National Privacy Principles in respect of the collection use disclosure and handling of your personal information Any personal data you transmit to the site by electronic mail via the forum or otherwise will be retained and used by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy displayed on this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to this policy Close Opt in to receive Huggies emails By joining Huggies

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  • Cramping in Early Pregnancy | Leg & Stomach Cramps - Huggies
    support the uterus are stretched as the uterus expands to accommodate the growing baby This can cause pain aches and discomfort to many women particularly in the first trimester The veins supplying the uterus with blood become engorged as well and this can add to feelings of heaviness and discomfort Most commonly muscular cramping is felt low in the abdomen on either one or both sides a cyst known as a Corpus Luteal Cyst which has formed on the same ovary that matured the egg and released it before being fertilised One important function of this cyst is to produce enough progesterone so the embryo can be nourished before the placenta has had a chance to form What does it mean if I m spotting It is not unusual for women to have slight spotting only which is not associated with any cramping Commonly this is due to the embryo burrowing into the wall of the uterus This is why spotting at around the same time when a period would normally be due is known as an implantation bleed Unless the bleeding becomes heavy continuous and is accompanied by pain then generally it settles after a day or so In some women the uterus is not positioned in exactly the right position in their pelvis Instead of tilting forwards and sitting almost on top of the bladder it is retroverted or tilting backwards As the uterus enlarges it may need to tilt more in one direction than the other and this places additional pressure on the ligaments and nerves What do the cramps feel like Light cramping is similar to period pain when the uterus is contracting and there is a heavy dragging feeling in the pelvis Sometimes this is felt more on one side than the other Cramps can be experienced more after standing for long periods or at the end of the day When the pressure in the abdomen rises suddenly which is what happens during sneezing coughing or laughing the cramps may be more noticeable Women describe the cramps in a variety of ways For example sharp stabbing dull heavy or just annoying can all be used as ways of expressing the sensation Some health care practitioners use the analogy of cramps in early pregnancy as being a form of growing pains of the uterus Although the growth of the baby in the first trimester is relatively slow the blood supply and hormonal changes within a mother s pelvic organs are significant There are a lot of changes going on not just because they re necessary now but to prepare for the months ahead The uterus when non pregnant is a relatively small organ It is made up of muscular fibres which have the capacity to expand and stretch many times greater than their original size Some degree of discomfort and cramping is an almost inevitable part of all that growth Although this doesn t make it any easier to tolerate understanding the cause and knowing it

    Original URL path: https://m.huggies.com.au/pregnancy/health-and-care/pains/cramps (2016-05-02)
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  • Bubby's Heaven Room 2 - Inspiration for Kids Bedroom Decor at Huggies - Huggies
    home Baby care Baby room designs bedroom newborn boys Calm Bubby s Bubby s Heaven Room 2 by Zali Leah gender boy age newborn type bedroom theme Calm AMAZING and blue Why not share it on facebook Similar rooms from Calm view more Calm goodnight owls by Tori20 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Calm Finnigan s room by Pinkspice13 monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Calm Snug as a Bug for baby Carew by TaraLee073 monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Popular rooms for boys Decorative Xerez s Wonderland by Kukards gender boy age newborn type bedroom Cars Trucks Kurts Construction room by Kylieandricky monthly votes 0 gender boy age toddler type bedroom Under the Sea George s room by KateVerry gender boy age toddler type bedroom These rooms are for display purposes only and thus the bedding may not be appropriate for a newborn baby Huggies recommends following the SIDS and Kids Safe Sleeping Guidelines to ensure your baby is as safe as they can possibly be in their cot or bed Quilts doonas duvets pillows soft toys and cot bumpers in the cot are not recommended by SIDS or Huggies For more information see Sids or Baby Care back to Calm New room Browse rooms view all Room types bedroom playroom Room ages newborn baby toddler kids Room genders boys girls neutral Room themes Airplanes Animals Barbie Bold Calm Cars Trucks Cartoon Characters Circus Carnival Dance Decorative Dinosaurs Dolls Dream Earthy Fairy Fancy Horses Ponies Jungle Magic Music Nature Pirates Princess Space Sports Super Heroes Teddies Traditional Under the Sea Warm Wild West Popular themes Decorative Calm Animals Jungle Nature Bold Cartoon Characters Princess Dream Warm Traditional Cars Trucks Fairy Under the Sea Earthy Fancy Teddies Airplanes Circus Carnival Dinosaurs Space

    Original URL path: https://m.huggies.com.au/baby-care/room-designs/bedroom/newborn/boy/calm/1287-bubby-s-heaven-room-2 (2016-05-02)
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  • Imogens pink palace - Inspiration for Kids Bedroom Decor at Huggies - Huggies
    cot was hand crafted to our designs with more pink of course with a touch of lime green bedding little pink dolls house where baskets are places for baby nappies and wipes etc Her pink draws were hand crafted to our designs and I painted them myself cumfy pink seat and foot seat for myself or my partner to sit to relax and watch our baby or to breastfeed not daddy of course hehe Wall decoals and pretty mirrors We just wanted to create a beautiful girly pink princess room for our baby girl This entry is from New Zealand please like it here Similar rooms from Princess view more Princess Ella s Princess Palace by Alstonfamily10 monthly votes 0 gender girl age baby type bedroom Princess Jasmine s Fairytale Room by 123disney08 monthly votes 0 gender girl age baby type bedroom Princess Camelot Princess by Melissa Liliana monthly votes 0 gender girl age baby type bedroom Popular rooms for girls Decorative Lily s Room by Litl Red43 gender girl age baby type bedroom Princess Elissa s Palace by Tamaratei88 1 monthly votes 0 gender girl age toddler type playroom Traditional Our darling princess BabyBelle s playroom by Grace Divine gender girl age toddler type playroom These rooms are for display purposes only and thus the bedding may not be appropriate for a newborn baby Huggies recommends following the SIDS and Kids Safe Sleeping Guidelines to ensure your baby is as safe as they can possibly be in their cot or bed Quilts doonas duvets pillows soft toys and cot bumpers in the cot are not recommended by SIDS or Huggies For more information see Sids or Baby Care back to Princess New room Browse rooms view all Room types bedroom playroom Room ages newborn baby toddler kids Room genders

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  • Shh baby sleeping - Inspiration for Kids Bedroom Decor at Huggies - Huggies
    soft warm latte coloured walls with a sky blue feature wall The main feature of our room is the mother and father giraffe looking over the cot protecting our precious baby son who sleeps in it We also have a quote shh baby dreaming We wanted a bit of colour but still calming and peaceful Our manchester is also based on the giraffe theme Why not share it on facebook Similar rooms from Animals view more Animals Forest Animals by Faeriekid monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Animals Chaces room by Ramsay Renee monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Animals Isaac s Safari by Lyndelle Burr monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Popular rooms for boys Decorative Xerez s Wonderland by Kukards gender boy age newborn type bedroom Cars Trucks Kurts Construction room by Kylieandricky monthly votes 0 gender boy age toddler type bedroom Under the Sea George s room by KateVerry gender boy age toddler type bedroom These rooms are for display purposes only and thus the bedding may not be appropriate for a newborn baby Huggies recommends following the SIDS and Kids Safe Sleeping Guidelines to ensure your baby is as safe as they can possibly be in their cot or bed Quilts doonas duvets pillows soft toys and cot bumpers in the cot are not recommended by SIDS or Huggies For more information see Sids or Baby Care back to Animals New room Browse rooms view all Room types bedroom playroom Room ages newborn baby toddler kids Room genders boys girls neutral Room themes Airplanes Animals Barbie Bold Calm Cars Trucks Cartoon Characters Circus Carnival Dance Decorative Dinosaurs Dolls Dream Earthy Fairy Fancy Horses Ponies Jungle Magic Music Nature Pirates Princess Space Sports Super Heroes Teddies Traditional Under

    Original URL path: https://m.huggies.com.au/baby-care/room-designs/bedroom/newborn/boy/animals/683-shh-baby-sleeping (2016-05-02)
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  • Noah's Retreat - Inspiration for Kids Bedroom Decor at Huggies - Huggies
    Boy Noah arrived My opinion on a nursery for a newborn is a place of sleep and relaxation and I think I have achieved this in our design Going with a more aqua calming scheme combined with whites and natural materials creates a refreshing atmosphere for our little one The room isnt huge so light coloured vertical stripes creates a feature but also made the room seem so much bigger The curves on his cot shelves and drawers are fun practical and also aid to the softness of the room Why not share it on facebook Similar rooms from Calm view more Calm goodnight owls by Tori20 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Calm Finnigan s room by Pinkspice13 monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Calm Snug as a Bug for baby Carew by TaraLee073 monthly votes 0 gender boy age newborn type bedroom Popular rooms for boys Decorative Xerez s Wonderland by Kukards gender boy age newborn type bedroom Cars Trucks Kurts Construction room by Kylieandricky monthly votes 0 gender boy age toddler type bedroom Under the Sea George s room by KateVerry gender boy age toddler type bedroom These rooms are for display purposes only and thus the bedding may not be appropriate for a newborn baby Huggies recommends following the SIDS and Kids Safe Sleeping Guidelines to ensure your baby is as safe as they can possibly be in their cot or bed Quilts doonas duvets pillows soft toys and cot bumpers in the cot are not recommended by SIDS or Huggies For more information see Sids or Baby Care back to Calm New room Browse rooms view all Room types bedroom playroom Room ages newborn baby toddler kids Room genders boys girls neutral Room themes Airplanes Animals Barbie Bold Calm Cars Trucks Cartoon

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  • Room Designs for Newborns, Babies and Kids at Huggies - Huggies
    Huggies products as well as exclusive access to member benefits and offers Loading Inspiring Room Designs Creating the dream baby room or nursery is usually one of the first things a new mum to be will consider But with so many different options for flooring colours furniture and more there are lots of decisions to be made Luckily with the Huggies Room Design Ideas you don t have to be an interior decorator to come up with something trendy and unique Huggies has put together a new room designs gallery to fuel your inspiration Check out our photos from Huggies members to fuel your creativity and spark your imagination don t forget to vote for your favourites You can begin to browse the room designs below or alternatively put your creative hat on and design your own room Most recent rooms view more Dream shelleys bedroom by Madison Macee monthly votes 0 gender girl age baby type bedroom Under the Sea Lincolns room by Biagioni123 monthly votes 0 gender boy age toddler type bedroom Animals Chelsea s Penguin Pad by Tsztanski monthly votes 0 gender girl age newborn type bedroom Most popular this month view more Calm calm princes by Sumeerasaeed monthly votes 1 gender girl age newborn type bedroom Dream shelleys bedroom by Madison Macee monthly votes 0 gender girl age baby type bedroom Under the Sea Lincolns room by Biagioni123 monthly votes 0 gender boy age toddler type bedroom Most popular all time view more Decorative Lily s Room by Litl Red43 gender girl age baby type bedroom Decorative Xerez s Wonderland by Kukards gender boy age newborn type bedroom Princess Elissa s Palace by Tamaratei88 1 monthly votes 0 gender girl age toddler type playroom New room Browse rooms view all Room types bedroom playroom Popular themes

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  • Baby Eye Colour Predictor & Calculator - Huggies
    are taken to consent to the Site Terms and Conditions In summary the Site Terms and Conditions provide that all of the intellectual property in the content on the site is owned by us there are certain restrictions on the use of the site For example most commercial uses unauthorised modifications or copying of the content and interference with the site is prohibited the Huggies Forum is a facility available to Huggies Baby Club members to express their own thoughts and opinions All thoughts and opinions expressed on the forum are the thoughts and opinions of the participants and not ours There are specific Forum Terms and Conditions that apply to you when you use the forum content submitted to the forum or the site must not be inappropriate offensive illegal or infringing or for commercial gain other than in the Promote Your Business forum the site forum and all content is provided on an as is basis without any warranties of any kind and to the extent permitted by law we will not be liable for any indirect incidental special and or consequential damages including but not limited to loss of profits arising out of your access to or inability to access the site or your use of or reliance upon the site or the content we may suspend your membership if you do not comply with the Site Terms and Conditions and we may restrict your access to the site at any time without notice We respect your right to privacy and will comply with the National Privacy Principles in respect of the collection use disclosure and handling of your personal information Any personal data you transmit to the site by electronic mail via the forum or otherwise will be retained and used by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy displayed on this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to this policy Close Opt in to receive Huggies emails By joining Huggies you agree to receive regular email newsletters with information and articles relevant to your baby including exclusive Club member competitions and special discount offers and that from time to time we may invite you to take part in our research You can unsubscribe at any time Baby Eye Colour Many parents to be spend hours wondering who their baby will take after Will they have blue eyes like theirs Or will they have striking green eyes like Great Aunt Jane All babies are born with blue eyes regardless of the eye colours of their parents This is because newborns have not yet started producing the pigment melanin which is a dark brown colour in the irises of their eyes A child s true eye colour cannot be determined until the age of three To find out what colour eyes your little bub will most likely have try the Huggies Baby Eye Colour Predictor Eye colour predictor What s your eye colour What s your partner s eye colour Calculate Your baby

    Original URL path: https://m.huggies.com.au/pregnancy/calculators-and-tools/eye-colour (2016-05-02)
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