Think you're pregnant? Nausea is one of the first pregnancy symptoms you may notice, and it could stay with you for awhile. So, what actual causes morning sickness? What types of foods and vitamins help make you feel better? Plus, our panelists share how they coped with morning sickness during their pregnancies.
You've just peed on the stick and it's positive. Now what? Most care providers will schedule your first prenatal appointment at the eight week mark. So, what are you supposed to do in the meantime?
We're kicking off a new series exploring how baby is developing in the first, second, third and even fourth trimester! In this episode, learn how your unborn child is growing during the first trimester- after you first find out you're pregnant!
Congrats! You survived the first half of your pregnancy! The morning sickness is gone, but it will soon be replaced by common symptoms such as pinched nerves, swollen ankles and more trips to the bathroom. We've got some handy tips to help you through it.
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?
With all the extra hormones racing through our bodies, it's a wonder we can remember our own names. We call it "pregnancy brain". So, what exactly is happening within the body to trigger this? Plus, what are five great tips to help stay on track- and sharp as a tack!
There are many changes your breasts experience as your body prepares to nourish your little one. We'll break down the stages and give you a better idea of what to expect during the next nine months.