Most expectant moms know that there are medications and foods that should be avoided. Here you'll learn about what's safe to eat and do during pregnancy and what's not.
When you're expecting a baby, any kind of bleeding or spotting is unnerving. Learn the causes of bleeding during pregnancy, and what you should do it if happens to you.
If you have unsafe health habits during pregnancy, your baby does too. Here's why you should stop now.
Is it safe to color your hair during pregnancy? Find out!
Head off pregnancy headaches with these safe solutions.
When is having sex during pregnancy risky and when can you just relax and enjoy it? Whether it's finding the safest pregnancy sex positions or what you can expect after having sex during pregnancy, we've got the answers.
Here's why using natural remedies while pregnant may do more harm than good.
Everything from books to magazines to relatives and neighbors have a plethora of advice about pregnancy do's and don'ts, but what's the truth?
Planning on taking a trip while you're pregnant? We went to the pros for advice on how to smooth out the bumps when traveling with a bump of your own.
While you can continue use of most medications during your pregnancy, there are a few you have to watch out for. Here are some healthy alternatives to soothe those pregnancy aches and pains.
Is coffee really bad for you during pregnancy? Find out why regular and decaffeinated coffee may still be ok to drink (in moderation, of course).
Too much tuna and other fish may harm your nervous system. Find out how much fish is safe for you and baby.
How to make good choices for you and your baby.
Having a healthy pregnancy involves a lot of do's and don'ts. Do antibiotics belong on the latter list?
Congratulations, you're pregnant!
Should you stop having sex now that you're pregnant? Find out what's safe and what's not.
Find out just what a large penis he'd have to have in order to hurt the baby during sex.
Household chores are a necessary part of life, but should you be doing all your usual tasks while pregnant? Find out what is safe and what isn't.
You may notice some swelling, especially in your hands and feet.
If you've decided to stop drinking coffee, soda may be the next best alternative for an energy boost. But is drinking soda safe for your baby?
Before you got pregnant, you probably never thought twice about polishing your nails or changing kitty litter. While most products are generally not harmful, here are a few you should be wary of.
Before you treat your symptoms of depression with antidepressants, learn how they may decrease the effectiveness of birth control pills.
Women who want to maintain a high exercise level during pregnancy may be frustrated at the outdated ("keep your heart rate below 140") and vague ("stop exercising if you feel tired") information they find. "Physicians aren't trained to counsel pregnant women about exercise," says James Pivarnik, PhD, vice president of the American College of Sports Medicine. "It's a rare bird who keeps up with the exercise and pregnancy literature." Doctors may have you believe that we know little about how exercise affects pregnant women. But in reality, we know quite a bit -- and it's good news for runners, cyclists, and gym rats who are moms-to-be. "If a woman is having a normal pregnancy, she can continue to exercise, and the upper limit of the level can be reasonably close to what she was doing before pregnancy," Pivarnik says.
Heartburn and pregnancy go hand in hand, but is Prilosec a safe remedy while you're expecting? We consulted with physicians to get the details on Prilosec and pregnancy.