You don't know what hot means until you've been pregnant in the summer. These mom-proven methods help you stay cool during even the hottest days of summer.
As you countdown the days until you're holding your baby in your arms, it's a given that you want to give the bun-to-be the healthiest start possible. Learn how you can have and maintain a healthy pregnancy.
Belly-casting and painting have been around for a long time. It seems that parents are getting more creative these days. Here's a new fad that's considered fun, quirky and a way to celebrate a pregnant woman's growing belly.
At one of your third trimester prenatal visits, your doctor or midwife might tell you that your baby is in the "breech position." Picture your little one sitting upright on the lower part of your uterus, with legs folded. Learn how this can affect your birthing choices.
You're in the third trimester! You'll get to hear the heartbeat and you might even feel a playful or angry kick when your healthcare provider examines your bump. If you're Rh negative, you and your doctor or midwife will talk about Rhogam and your options at during this visit.
You're pregnant with twins. If you're like many moms-to-be, you're hoping to keep them baking until the perfect time for birth. A new study, released by the University of Adelaide, suggests the optimal time might be sooner than you think.
When the urge to clean, arrange and organize strikes, harness it to make those first few weeks with your new baby easier. With a little planning, you can be chore-free leaving you time to get acquainted with your newest family member.
During this stage of pregnancy most expectant moms face the dreaded and horribly sweet tasting gestational diabetes screening. See what else you can expect at this prenatal visit.
It's summer and you're pregnant. This means it's time to search for maternity clothes that help beat the heat. These wardrobe must-haves will have you feeling trendy and cool in no time!
Even when you're in good health, unexpected health problems can crop up during pregnancy. Here's what you can do if you encounter one of these common complications.