Find out how your baby is developing in week 15 as well as what tests you should ask your doctor about including a multiple marker screening test, an amniocentesis, and an Rh blood test.
Here's to hoping you're no longer feeling nauseated or exhausted! Right now your baby's brain and eyes are making dramatic strides each day. Learn all about it.
You may notice skin darkening in certain parts of your face and body around week 15. This is normal and will likely fade a few months after you give birth, but may never go away completely. Sunscreen can help minimize the darkening.
Your bambino can make facial expressions now! But don't worry if it looks like there's some frowning or scowling going on in there--it's not a reflection of his or her actual feelings. Baby's just enjoying new skills and showing off what he or she can do!
You're probably still feeling pretty great, but keep an eye out for changes in your appearance--and a spike in your libido, hot mama!
1. Sign up for a prenatal yoga class.
Take a unique look at Baby's development inside the womb this week.
Organize your doctor's appointments, save your ultrasound photos, and more--all in one place!
We've got answers to your questions from experts and parents who've been there.
Your baby is starting to move -- she can now turn her head, make faces and make fists!
What's going on with your baby in pregnancy week 15? Find out all about important pregnancy milestones and exciting fetal development s...
Find out everything you need to know about amniocentesis: why you need the test, the risks and what to expect.
Find out what a multiple marker screening test is and why your doctor may suggest you have one.
Learn about Rh compatibility in you and your baby's blood, and why you need to identify any possible incompatibilities early.
Find out everything you need to know about varicose veins and what you can do to keep your legs healthy during pregnancy.
If your multiple marker screening test suggests there is an abnormality, it may be a false positive. Here's how to find out if there re...
Take a slow, thoughtful walk to relax your mind -- you'll get the same benefits as you would through meditation.
Help your children adjust to the thought of a new baby long before he's born.
Stress is a normal part of life, but it's important to find ways to relax for the health of your baby.
Sex in your second trimester is an important way to stay connected to your partner.
It's okay to give in to pregnancy cravings for comfort foods, but there are a few sneaky ways to skip some of the calories and fat.
You can still continue to exercise at a high level while pregnant -- just keep these safety tips in mind.