A healthy pregnancy begins before you get pregnant. Being healthy also increases your chances of conceiving.Learn about how your health and lifestyle choices impact your fertility, and discover ways to improve your overall pre-pregnancy health.
Planning on taking a trip while you're pregnant? We went to the pros for advice on how to smooth out the bumps when traveling with a bump of your own.
Preconception is a big part of babymaking. Find out how to get your body ready for pregnancy.
So you're thinking about trying to get pregnant? Congrats! Here's what to do now to get healthy, have fun, and feel prepared to start trying to conceive.
HPV is a sexually transmitted disease that can cause cervical cancer if left untreated. But can it also impact your fertility or pregnancy? Read this and find out.
You know there are lots of things you can't do, eat, or drink once you're pregnant, but did you know you should also change your lifestyle when you're trying to conceive? Here are the bad habits you need to ditch--and how to do it.
Even before you start trying to conceive, you should visit your doctor to ensure you'll have the healthiest pregnancy possible.
Dr. Elizabeth Pryor answers the question, Could I possibly harbor an STD without realizing it?
Despite having two high-risk pregnancies in her past, Kim Kardashian West may try for a third child.
This simple test looks for potential cases of gestational diabetes, to help prevent complications in your pregnancy.
Learn how your doctor will confirm your pregnancyaand what else will happen at your first prenatal visit.
Give up cigarettes forever. Your children will thank you.
Women having unprotected sex shouldn't be drinking alcohol, according to new guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A new study says a good relationship with their partner lowers a pregnant woman's risk of illness, as well as her baby's risk of illness in the first year.
These guidelines are the first to address how long a couple should wait to TTC after exposure (or possible exposure) to the Zika virus.
Trying to conceive? In the early stages of pregnancy? There are some things you can do to support a healthy gestation.
Researchers find that the future looks brighter than we might have thought for people who have been infected with the Zika virus.
A new discovery as to what causes women to suffer recurrent miscarriage may lead to treatment options.
You'll get your first glimpse of your baby at this test, but doctors will be ensuring that everything's growing just as it should.
If you're thinking about getting pregnant, here are 8 things you can do now to start to prepare for pregnancy.
Just stopped taking The Pill and TTC? No worries!
A new study shows that depression and anxiety may be associated with a reduced chance of pregnancy after IVF.
The CDC has issued updated Zika prevention guidelines for couples of child-bearing age.
Here's what you need to know about drinking alcohol during pregnancy -- so you can make the best decision for your future baby's health.
A new study points out the risk of vitamin D deficiency when women stop taking oral contraceptives.
Here's what you should change in your skin care routine before you've got a bun in the oven (it may be your last chance before baby is on the way!).