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Pregnancy Stomach

There is no way around it. Your pregnancy will change the way your body looks and feels. You may not notice much during the first trimester, but…


Pregnancy Stages

Stages of mitosis Every woman who is pregnant goes through certain pregnancy stages. They are divided by trimesters, or three month periods. During the first trimester, you may…


Pregnancy Spotting

About 25% of women will have some pregnancy spotting, usually during the first trimester. It may be accompanied by lower back pain or slight cramping….


About Pregnancy Risk

Being pregnant can feel like a full-time job. Between having to urinate frequently, make multiple doctors’ appointments, evaluating every aspect of your lifestyle can be overwhelming. However, the best…


Pregnancy Problems

All women worry about the potential for pregnancy problems. Unfortunately, many women are far too willing to share their own dramatic pregnancy and childbirth stories – all…


Pregnancy Pain

Pregnancy pain can be frightening, especially if it is your first pregnancy. Pregnancy pain can occur anywhere in the body, but is common as your changing…


Pregnancy Options

About half of all pregnancies are unplanned pregnancies. When a positive pregnancy test comes at less than an ideal time, many women must consider what all of their pregnancy options…


Pregnancy Nausea

If you’re pregnant, you will probably experience some nausea. Anywhere from 50-90% of women do. Pregnancy nausea is worse during the first trimester, but may reappear…


Avoid Morning Sickness

About half of expecting moms experience some pregnancy morning sickness. While it isn’t pleasant, for most women it is a relatively minor annoyance. Up to…


Pregnancy Months

How many pregnancy months are there – nine or ten? A typical pregnancy lasts approximately 38-42 weeks and is divided into three, three-month long trimesters. Sounds like nine…