Your body's going through a lot these days - weight gain, water retention, food cravings, aches and pains, and more. Here you'll learn about your changing pregnant body and what to expect as pregnancy progresses.
While bleeding or spotting during pregnancy is not abnormal, it's certainly unexpected--and unnerving. Learn the causes of bleeding during pregnancy, how to tell when it's serious, and what you should do it if happens to you.
Dr. Elizabeth Pryor answers the question, Can pregnancy stretch marks be prevented or treated?
Will it be the same as your first pregnancy? Chances are, no.
You expected the glowy skin and gorgeous bump -- probably not the itchy boobs or extra gas. Here, we've got the lowdown on everything you've been dying to ask about your most blush-worthy pregnancy issues.
It's not all about back pain and stretch marks! In fact, being pregnant is great for your health.
For women who aim to have complexion perfection, it's quite a shock when hormones wreak havoc on skin during and after pregnancy. Here, skin specialists weigh in on the most effective and safe procedures, plus over-the-counter products for everything from acne to melasma.
With all the extra weight, it's no wonder your feet are swollen and your legs hurt.
Everyone expects morning sickness and funny cravings during pregnancy, but there are plenty of other strange pregnancy symptoms you might not know about.
If you're experiencing strange tingling in your hands, you may be experiencing pregnancy-induced carpal tunnel syndrome.
Exhaustion, nausea, sore breasts and other symptoms are very common during the first trimester of pregnancy. While they usually do improve by the fourth month, it helps to know how to cope with these discomforts in the meantime.
Are pregnant fitness trainer Chontel Duncan's belly comparison shots inspiring or demoralizing?
It's nearly impossible to believe these two women are just four weeks apart in their pregnancies.
A dermatologist sheds light on why nipples, underarms, and other places get darker during pregnancy.
We offer advice for preventing and treating this common pregnancy skin condition.
It's an unfortunate fact that spider veins and varicose veins are more likely to develop during pregnancy. We'll explain why and what you can do to treat them.
These signs warrant a call to the doctor.
Levels of human chorionic gonadotropin hormone (HCG) rise quickly in the first trimester, but HCG levels can vary significantly. Find out why--and what these fluctuations mean.
How your breasts change from pregnancy to breastfeeding and back.
You may notice some swelling, especially in your hands and feet.
Experiencing discharge during early pregnancy (or even discharge during late pregnancy)? When you're expecting, more than just your belly changes! Here's how to decipher pregnancy vaginal issues.
Experts weigh in on how much you can expect your breasts to grow during pregnancy.
Are you basking in the pregnancy glow, or are you feeling more gross than glowing? Here, we break down the details on the beauty (and not-so-beautiful) side effects of pregnancy. We assure you they're totally normal, even if they're not all desirable.
The condition is called superfetation, and it's so rare, her doctor had to Google it!
We've got advice for all your hair-related concerns during pregnancy.
Photographer Lizzy McMillan's cool time-lapse video shows how she created photos of a pregnant woman wearing a "dress" made of milk.