Third Trimester Health
The third trimester marks the homestretch of your pregnancy. It comes with weight gain, aches and pains, sometimes complications, and tremendous excitement knowing that your baby will soon be born! Here you'll learn everything you need to know about the third trimester.
Soothe the pain of pregnancy heartburn with these smart food substitutions.
If you're comfortable having intercourse in the final weeks before your baby's born, then so is your baby.
Once you've reached the third trimester, you're in the final stretch. Keep up your workout regimen with these fun exercises.
Choose the smartest foods for you and your growing baby with the help of our nutrition guide.
How to have a healthy pregnancy and birth when you're diagnosed with complications like preterm labor, preeclampsia, gestational diabetes or placenta previa.
Try these tips for regaining energy in your third trimester.
You may be feeling especially short of breath during your third trimester. Find out why and what you can do to breathe easier.
You may experience some changes in your vision or dryness of your eyes during these last few weeks.
We get it: You're past your due date, tired of being pregnant, and beyond eager to finally meet your baby. One word: distraction!
It's best to stay home during your third trimester. If you have to travel, keep these guidelines in mind.
In month 9 of pregnancy, your baby is fully-grown and preparing for his big debut. Find out what to pack in your hospital bag as you prepare for labor and delivery.
Try these nutrient-rich foods to up your calcium intake in your third trimester.
Month 7 of pregnancy is all about nesting. Now that Baby's lungs are almost fully developed, the end is in sight. Still, those pregnancy aches may be nearly unbearable -- find out how to get relief.
Why are Baby's kicks not as strong as they used to be? Why can't I sleep at night? Watch this video to learn more about common symptoms of pregnancy during month 8.
It's okay to avoid public places as your due date gets closer, but don't totally withdraw from family and friends. You need their support!
Eating small, healthy snacks throughout the day will help keep your energy up in these last few weeks.