When you find out you're pregnant in the middle of Winter, it's almost impossible to imagine going through a Summer pregnancy. Mamas-to-be can get hot, hot, hot, due to extra blood flow causing higher-than-normal body temperatures, in addition to the extra pounds they are packing. Add 90-degree temperatures and a heat wave to that, and the thought is almost unbearable. But there are simple ways expectant moms can cool off — aside from turning on the air conditioner. Read on for our best tips for surviving a hot-weather pregnancy.
10 Tips For Surviving a Summer Pregnancy