First Trimester Health
Your first trimester is often the toughest. Here you'll learn about common first trimester issues pregnant women experience including spotting, cramps, and more. Plus, we'll teach you how your healthcare provider will be tracking your weight gain, nutrition, hormones, blood pressure, and more - and why.
Everyone expects morning sickness and funny cravings during pregnancy, but there are plenty of other strange pregnancy symptoms you might not know about.
Congratulations on your pregnancy! You've seen the positive markers on an at-home pregnancy test and a blood test has confirmed you're expecting. Now what do you do? Our checklist will help you get through your first trimester and pave the way for the rest of your pregnancy ... and your new life with Baby!
Exhaustion, nausea, sore breasts and other symptoms are very common during the first trimester of pregnancy. While they usually do improve by the fourth month, it helps to know how to cope with these discomforts in the meantime.
Levels of human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (HCG) rise quickly in the first trimester, but HCG levels can vary significantly. Find out why--and what these fluctuations mean.
Eating well now and throughout your pregnancy is crucial. Make sure you get off on the right foot.
Towards the end of your first trimester, your doctor will recommend prenatal screenings to can help determine whether your child has any chromosomal abnormalities.
See what's happening with your baby in the second month of your pregnancy.
Dr. Elizabeth Pryor answers the question, Should I worry about spotting?
Find out what's going on in week 9 of your pregnancy on this episode of Pregnancy Confidential.
You're pregnant, now what? Find out what steps you should take during your first month of pregnancy, how to pick the right OB/GYN, and how to help alleviate your first month of pregnancy symptoms.
Learn how your doctor will confirm your pregnancyand what else will happen at your first prenatal visit.
Discover what these early tests look forand why they're needed.
Turns out, pregnancy can do amazing things for your health and wellbeing. Next time your tummy turns and your back aches, just remember that Baby will be here soon -- and your body will thank you for it!
Who has it, when, why, and what the results mean.
Dr. Obosa Osawe helps you figure out when baby will really arrive.
Here come those pregnancy hormones! Find out what you can expect.
Feeling exceptionally exhausted is a common early-pregnancy symptom. Here's how to manage when you feel less than spunky.
See what physical changes you can expect during month 3 of pregnancy--and how to break the big news to your boss.
Sometimes it can be hard to tell whether you are having normal pregnancy symptoms or you're experiencing signs of miscarriage. Here's what you need to know and when to call a doctor.
A woman's chance of miscarriage depends, to some extent, on her background. Learn about four factors that can contribute to a higher rate of miscarriage.
Feeling tired during your first few weeks of pregnancy is normal. But how should you handle it at work? Try not to turn to caffeine -- here's why.
Start your pregnancy off on the right foot by coming to your first prenatal visit with these questions.
Find out how big your munchkin is, how many calories you should be eating, and how to keep up your work and social life while pregnant in month 2.
First trimester morning sickness is very common, even celebs like Tori Spelling, Tia Mowry, Kim Kardashian West, Ali Landry & Gwyneth Paltrow aren't immune.