pregnancy complications range in nature and severity. Fortunately, with proper treatment and advice, most can be managed. Here you'll find a comprehensive list of pregnancy complications, including what causes the problem, how it's treated, and what the consequences are for you and your baby.
If you're TTC or pregnant, you might be curious or concerned about miscarriage. Learn why miscarriage happens, its warning signs, and what to do if it occurs.
Learn why you may be experiencing these symptoms and what you can do about them.
Relax! Here, doctors share the truth about your biggest pregnancy worries -- and why they're not as scary as you think.
Can drinking caffeine, getting too much exercise, or being in a bad mood really hurt your pregnancy? Two new studies reveal the truth about miscarriage risk.
Pregnancy can be a time of lots of questions, especially when it comes to your and your baby's health. Knowing what's safe and what's not--and when symptoms necessitate a call to your doctor is important. Here's a primer on when you should pick up the phone.
Roughly 15 percent of all known pregnancies end in miscarriage--but can anything help prevent a miscarriage from happening?
There are countless reasons for miscarriage to occur--and many of them are beyond your control. Get insight into the most common causes of miscarriage.
The gender of the baby you're carrying can increase your risk of developing gestational diabetes, according to one study.
This is a heartbreaking story and our thoughts and prayers are with the brave mom's family.
Mom-to-bes can expect a fair amount of aches. Watch this trimester-specific guide on how to tell if your pain or cramping could be more serious.
Swelling is a common side effect of pregnancy as your due date gets closer. Learn how to get relief and when you need to call a doctor.
Early labor happens anytime before 37 weeks. Learn about the signs and different ways your doctor might try to slow down the labor.
Are you experiencing miscarriage symptoms--or just your standard-issue pregnancy problems? Learn how to determine what's normal, and what could be cause for concern.
Head off pregnancy headaches with these safe solutions.
Don't despair! Here's what you need to know if you drank before you realized you were expecting.
You might have some concerns about getting pregnant after miscarriage, but you shouldn't. Many women have healthy babies after losing a pregnancy. Learn everything about conceiving after miscarriage.
A miscarriage can still happen, even without the typical symptoms of cramping and bleeding. What you need to know about missed miscarriages.
Learn the truth about what really increases your risk of a pregnancy loss.
You won't soon forget the story of a 52-year-old mom who carried a baby for her daughter, or the amazing maternity photos that capture their journey.
Pregnancy complications can happen to any mom-to-be -- and celebrities are no exception. Check out this list of celeb mamas who experienced one of the most common: preeclampsia.
Are you pregnant and worried about whether your discharge is normal? Here's how to know when you should be concerned.
Your baby should be doing plenty of kicking in your uterus in the third trimester. If you're concerned your little one isn't moving as much as he should, here's when to worry.
If you are feeling dizzy, it could be more than low blood sugar. Watch this video to see if you might have a more serious problem.