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FEMIBION has developed supplements for the special phases of pregnancy, from before conceiving to the end of breastfeeding.  FEMIBION food supplements provide well chosen nutrients that, used as a complement to a balanced and varied diet, can support the mom and the baby during this special and exciting time.

Planning

So you’ve decided you’re ready to be a mum? Don’t wait until you’re pregnant to start looking after yourself. Making some smart lifestyle choices now can not only increase your chances of conceiving, it can also help you enjoy a happy pregnancy, giving your baby the best start in life.

Fertility Calendar

Work out your fertile days. With our clever fertility calendar, you can quickly and easily calculate the days when you’re most likely to conceive. All you need is the first day of your last menstrual period and your cycle length. Then click on the ‘Calculate’ button and you’ll get your very own personal fertility calendar for the coming months

Good To Know

How to prepare your partner for your journey to pregnancy

Working together as a team in the coming months will definitely improve your chances of conceiving. It takes two to make a baby, after all. Good communication is key, of course – from understanding the ins and outs of your cycle, to you both being honest about your feelings. Here’s how to support each other on the road ahead:

Getting the right nutrients to prepare for my pregnancy

If you’re planning to get pregnant soon, you should take particular care to follow a healthy lifestyle. An important part of this involves paying attention to your nutritional needs and following a varied and balanced diet, whilst avoiding alcohol, nicotine and keeping a normal weight. This will not only maximize your chances of seeing that little pink line, it will make sure your baby gets the best possible start in life.

What is epigenetics?

Scientists now know that certain genes are switched on or off depending upon environmental factors – a field of science known as epigenetics (from the Greek ‘in addition to genetics’).

When am I at my most fertile?

So you and your partner have decided you want to start a family. Once the decision is made and the excitement outweighs the insecurity of this life change, it’s time to talk about fertility.

Popular Questions

Do you have a baby wish and start thinking about how to best prepare your body? Want to find out when your fertile days are? Or do you want to know when to start with folic acid supplementation? Then check out some of the most often asked questions and answers here.

Feel Fantastic

Your pre-pregnancy bucket list

When you’re trying to get pregnant it’s all too easy to fixate on the future. In fact, now is a great time to enjoy life to the full and make the most of your pre-baby days. Here are just a few ways to take your mind off babies until you finally become parents

Keeping the spark alive – no matter how busy you are!

Remember when sex was something you did for fun rather than to make a baby? When life is hectic, getting physical with your partner can sometimes feel like one more chore. Here are a few tips on how to retain the spark and prioritize pleasure

Looking good, feeling good, all the right ingredients to make it happen

Getting pregnant doesn’t always happen as quickly as we’d like. But rather than lose heart, use this precious time to focus on yourself. Here’s how to look and feel your best in the coming months:

At Work

I’m planning on having a baby but don’t want my colleagues to know yet.

Once you start actively trying for a baby, it can feel like the whole world knows your secret. In fact, people are rarely as observant as you think. It’s worth having a few stock answers ready, though, just in case. Here are a few ways to throw your nosier colleagues off the scent:

Could my stress at work be affecting my chances of conceiving?

Stress causes a number of chemical changes in the brain that trigger physical changes throughout the body. In the short term, these can be helpful – sharpening our mind for a tricky meeting for example, or giving us a necessary boost of energy to meet a tough deadline. In the long term, however, stress can take its toll on the body, causing everything from high blood pressure to sleep and digestive disorders.

What to do when our busy work schedules are keeping us apart?

Making a baby isn’t always as straightforward as it seems. If you or your partner work away a lot, or you’re both exhausted, it can feel downright impossible. Here’s how to sync your schedules

Femibion supports working mothers

Being a mum is one of the most demanding jobs a woman can do. After all, in those first few months, you’re responsible for the survival and wellbeing of a small human being.

I’m a working mum: are my skills fully recognized?

If you are hoping to start a family soon, have recently had a baby or are about to go on maternity leave, you may be a little apprehensive about how this will affect you at work.

Products

From the moment you start trying for a baby, you have special needs that continue throughout your pregnancy and whilst you’re breastfeeding. Especially during this time it is important to follow a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Pregnant women have increased requirements for some nutrients as they also need to supply their unborn baby during this period. Particular care should be taken to ensure an adequate supply of folate. Food supplements Femibion 1 and 2, to be used as a complement to a varied and balanced diet, provide you with folate together with other essential micronutrients for you and your baby.

Planning and
preparing for a happy pregnancy

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