As you begin your third month, your baby is beginning to move around. Find out how he's developing this week plus what to expect at your first OB exam.
You're well into your first trimester at this point, and your baby is growing bigger and bigger each day. Watch what it takes for her to become a fetus.
You may feel dizzy or urinate more often because of your increased blood volume, which can also cause your veins to bulge a bit or even lead to nosebleeds. As uncomfortable and unpleasant as these are, that extra blood is keeping your baby healthy and safe, so soldier on, mama!
Your baby's head is probably about the same size as the rest of his or her body. Your little one is developing his or her organs--including the very reproductive organs that could make your baby a parent one day!
Your little one is getting bigger every day, and since you're well into your first trimester, you're starting to get the hang of this whole pregnancy thing. But you may experience some discomfort nonetheless.
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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.
Find out what's happening with your growing baby's fetal development during her ninth week in utero.
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Some women experience a heightened sense of taste and smell during pregnancy.
Talk about embarrassing pregnancy problems ... flatulence is at the top of the list for many expectant women.
Hormones do a lot to your body during pregnancy -- and your nipples are no exception.
Weight matters during pregnancy. Find out why your doctor closely tracks your gains and losses throughout your pregnancy.
Congratulations on your pregnancy! Here's what you can expect from your very first visit to the doctor's office.
The older you are, the more challenges you may face during pregnancy. Be sure to read on if you're over 35 and pregnant.
This powerhouse vitamin helps grow strong bones, teeth, and skin. Look for it in the following foods -- and be sure it is a part of you...
If you've not been a very active person up until now, it isn't too late to start! Get up and go for a walk. Check out these simple tips...
Feeling a little backed up? Try adding some fiber to your diet and make sure you're getting enough exercise. This simple tips can help.
Your back undergoes a lot of strain during pregnancy! Here are some easy way to keep yourself pain free.