On electric blankets:
I have read on many sites (actual proper ones not people's opinions type ones) not to use electric blankets when pregnant- due to radiation and overheating risk.
This clearly is not a good idea and something that is easily avoided. The unborn fetus is likely the most susceptible to this type of EMF radiation.I have chosen to give mine up and trust me Canberra is COLD. I have a hot water bottle instead- and a furry man heater LOL. You could probably heat the bed to take off the chill- but I would suggest you unplug it otherwise the electricty is still passing through it.
Additionally, if you use an electric blanket during early pregnancy, you may increase the risk of miscarriage.Studies indicate that women who used an electric blanket around the time of conception and during early pregnancy were nearly twice as likely to miscarry than women who did not.
I ate the 'whole pineapple' thing last cycle and had an implantation. Will do it again. But more is not always better- too much Vitamin C can increase the risk of a miscarriage- so don't think I would go to town eating more than the one slice.
Am about to look into Swisee vitamins- want one with coq10 and vitamin E to suppliment my current ones.