When I was pregnant with both of my children, I had a pretty big problem (besides, you know, not being able to see my feet): it became increasingly difficult to go number two. Yep, I was constipated. Since no natural remedies seemed to work, I feared that I would have to move on to probiotics. And as a paranoid pregnant woman, I was immediately concerned about harming my baby. I desperately needed some type of relief, but in no way was I going to get there by putting my little one at risk. So, I started researching.
According to the American Pregnancy Association, “Probiotics are living microorganisms, the majority of which are bacteria followed by…
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