Pregnancy-induced clumsiness or "PIC" is a real phenomena. Its basis stems from a combination of physical and emotional factors, which increase as the pregnancy progresses.
Yeast infections are more common during pregnancy than any other time in a woman's life, especially during the second trimester of pregnancy.
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It is common for couples to wonder whether sex is safe when they discover they are pregnant. Unless your health care provider advises you otherwise, sex during pregnancy is safe for both you and your baby.
A twin or triplet pregnancy is many times referred to as a "multiple gestation," this simply means more than one baby is born to a mother. Twins pregnancies occur more often than you might expect. In fact, approximately 2% of all pregnancies produce twins.
Babies born prior to 37 weeks of pregnancy may experience various problems due to incomplete growth and development. They may experience problems of varying severity depending on their development.
Sciatic nerve pain often comes on suddenly, creating immediate distress. And while it usually resolves in a few weeks, the pain may linger for months or years, disrupting lives.
Consequences of an STD can be significantly more serious, even life threatening, for a woman and her baby if the woman becomes infected with an STD while she is pregnant.
During pregnancy, the most important thing is having support. Anai Rhoads shares ideas for partner support both during and after pregnancy.