Induction of pregnant women is common, and having a doctor break your water isn’t as discomforting as it sounds.
When you are pregnant your body requires additional fluids because your blood volume is increasing with each trimester. Here are a few drink options to keep you hydrated.
The number of ultrasounds you may get when you’re pregnant depends on your pregnancy (low risk vs. high risk), your medical care and other factors. Here’s what to expect.
Seeing a positive pregnancy test is an exciting moment for an expecting mother, but it’s important to know the possibilities when it comes to ectopic and normal pregnancies.
You’re approaching the middle of your pregnancy and you’ve discovered that in recent years, more and more expecting couples are taking a “babymoon” before their new bundles of joy arrive. Here’s how to do it on a budget.
Taking your prenatal vitamin at certain times of the day can limit nausea, but each woman will have their own “preference.” Here’s how to find yours.