A new digital publication called Preggo Pause Magazine hit newsstands nationwide today.
Online PR News – 11-June-2019 – Newark, CA – A new digital publication called Preggo Pause Magazine hit newsstands nationwide today. Preggo Pause is a bold, unfiltered, unapologetic magazine covering topics relating to infertility, pregnancy and postpartum life.
The magazine will appear on online newsstands and website throughout the country. The first publication will be free. Quarterly subscriptions are also available for an introductory price of $9.99 per year.
Preggo Pause discusses topics that are taboo to society and aren't receiving a lot of awareness, with real life stories from people who experienced infertility, personal experiences with pregnancy and childbirth and realities of life after having a baby. The magazine will also cover topics relating to LGBTQ family building including surrogacy, egg and sperm donations and adoption. Preggo Pause website, preggopausemagazine.com, will provide articles and fun facts and wellness tips and resources relating to people who are trying to conceive, currently pregnant and postpartum life.
The first issue of Preggo Pause will feature stories discussing HIV and pregnancy, real stories of women who went through in-vitro fertilization (IVF), facts about surrogacy and LGBTQ family building, recovering from childbirth from the prospective of a women's health physical therapist and tips on overcoming societal pressure to breastfeed.
About Preggo Pause Magazine
Based in the San Francisco Bay Area and founded by Allison Coleman, Preggo Pause is a fresh, all-inclusive magazine about all stages of parenthood from trying to conceive to life with a new child. Drawing inspiration from real life mothers, Preggo Pause boldly discusses topics that aren't covered in mainstream society with the hope of empowering readers to take charge of their bodies, their health and choices as parents. Preggo Pause is an intermedia entity including a quarterly digital magazine, social media channels and website. For more information, go to preggopausemagazine.com.