In week 17, your baby is really starting to move. Get tips on making daycare decisions, dealing with dizziness, and more.
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'll likely begin to gain about a pound a week from this point until your baby is born, but the exact number can vary from week to week. And your waistline isn't the only thing expanding: Your uterus is also growing rapidly to accommodate your bundle of joy!
Your baby is starting to plump up! Sweat glands have also developed, so your little one will have a natural cooling system when he or she is ready to meet the world.
You're starting to show a lot more than before, so you won't be able to pass your pregnancy off as having too many treats from the taco truck at work. Get used to hearing "Congratulations!"
1. Combat your "pregnancy brain" with reminders.
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 almost as long as a ballpoint pen now, and he'll continue to grow quickly in the second trimester.
What's going on with your baby in pregnancy week 17? Find out all about important pregnancy milestones and exciting fetal development s...
Find out what your baby's first movements will feel like in your belly.
Dizziness is normal until you feel like you might lose consciousness.
If you're experiencing continuous back pain, you may have a herniated disk.
Kidney stones can develop during pregnancy, but there are often non-surgical fixes.
Low-back pain is very common in the second trimester. Here are few simple remedies.
If you felt like you were running to the bathroom a lot during your first trimester, it is probably only going to get worse during the ...
If you're faced with the unfortunate choice between terminating a pregnancy or having a child with a severe disability, it's best to ta...
Now is a great time to explore your daycare options and check out various facilities.
Be sure to find out what maternity leave laws exist in your state before determining how much time you will request off from work.
Single moms never have to go through pregnancy alone -- there are many great people and resources you can turn to when you need them.
Try these gentler exercises when high-intensity activities are no longer comfortable.
If you're thinking about buying a bigger home for your expanding family, be sure you've thought through all the big issues that come wi...