[Parentsgroup-list] Grad Student renting out Single family house in Cambridge starting Aug/Sept

Daniela Augusta Pittman dpittman at fas.harvard.edu
Sat Jun 27 16:30:42 EDT 2009


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> Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2009 15:00:51 -0400
> From: Maryann Shenoda <mshenoda at fas.harvard.edu>
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> Dear all,
> Can anybody tell me the difference between prenatal vitamins and
> regular women's multivitamins?  Are prenatal vitamins necessary or is
> a multivitamin sufficient during pregnancy?
> thanks,
> Maryann
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> Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2009 15:23:22 -0400
> From: Marna Costanzo <mcostanz at fas.harvard.edu>
> Subject: Re: [Parentsgroup-list] vitamins
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> Hi Maryann,
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> Prenatal vitamins have more folic acid (which is of course very important to
> prevent birth defects) and more iron (because pregnant women tend to become
> anemic as their blood volume expands).  I believe the iron may be associated
> with some increased nausea when you take the vitamin.  Aside from that, I
> don't know.  Personally I would err on the side of the prenatal vitamin -
> you can keep on taking them while you're nursing if you end up having to get
> a large bottle.
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> Marna
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> On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 3:00 PM, Maryann Shenoda
> <mshenoda at fas.harvard.edu>wrote:
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> > Dear all,
> > Can anybody tell me the difference between prenatal vitamins and
> > regular women's multivitamins?  Are prenatal vitamins necessary or is
> > a multivitamin sufficient during pregnancy?
> > thanks,
> > Maryann
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> Date: Fri, 26 Jun 2009 15:17:57 -0500
> From: Kathryn Glynn <kathryn.m.glynn at gmail.com>
> Subject: Re: [Parentsgroup-list] vitamins
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> Prenatal vitamins usually contain folic acid (to prevent neural tube defects
> like spina-bifida) and extra iron (because your blood volume increases by
> about 30% during pregnancy).  There are some new Rx prenatals that also
> include DHA, which is supposed to aid with eye and brain development.
> This may sound odd, but I would seriously look at the packaging on any
> prenatals you're thinking about too.  The Rx from my first pregnancy were a
> PAIN to open(you had to tear through a notch on bubble-packs strong enough
> to tile the space-shuttle with).  I stopped taking them after four months.
>  The Rx from my second pregnancy was an update to the same brand (Prenate
> DHA, I think), with greatly improved packaging--I took them throughout and
> beyond, during the first months of breast feeding.  The good news is that
> both pregnancies produced healthy kiddos.   My uneducated opinion is that
> (and my OB backed me up on this) that as long as you're maintaining a
> healthy diet, prenatals are more of an insurance plan.  They have the added
> plus of strong, shining, healthy nails and hair throughout your pregnancy,
> on the other hand, I found them so constipating that I LIVED on prunes
> throughout >P
>

MESSAGE 4: My husband and I have to relocate to Spain in August. We own a
beautigul 3 floor single family house in Cambridge with a fenced nice size back
yard. The first floor has an entrance foyer, library,dining room, living room,
big kitchen and the second floor inludes 4 bedrroms, 2 full baths. This is a
perfect size home for a family of 4 plus. We are asking $3600. Please contact:
danielapittman at hotmail.com






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