For many soon-to-be moms, it's one of the main symptoms they notice in early pregnancy. So, what can you expect with nausea also know as morning sickness? What typically helps settle the stomach and make you feel better?
Most women have been told not to eat anything while in labor, but why? What are the risks to both you and your baby. How do current guidelines vary for vaginal versus cesarean births? Today we'll discuss why most medical providers restrict what you can eat and drink prior to the birth of your baby, and you'll learn more about a new study indicating a light meal during labor can actually be helpful for low risk pregnancies.
Day by day, your baby is constantly growing inside you. This series breaks down how your unborn child is developing in the various trimesters. We continue our series with a look at what's happening during the second trimester.
Sore breasts, back pain, heightened sense of smell, and more early signs of pregnancy. What can you expect during those first 20 weeks? And what are some simple steps to overcome the impact on both you and baby?