First Trimester Tests

You will go through a slew of first trimester tests including ultrasounds, blood tests, urine tests, and more. Here we'll get you ready and tell you what to expect when you visit the doctor in the first trimester.

Your First Prenatal Visit

Prepare for your first prenatal visit with your ob-gyn.

All About Ultrasounds

Your first look at your developing baby!

Your Prenatal Test Checklist

Here's what you should expect from screening and diagnostic tests--and what the results will tell you.

All About Rh Disease

What is Rh disease and how can it affect an unborn baby?

Are You Pregnant? How to Know for Sure

Not sure you can trust that at-home pregnancy test? Dr. Obosa Osawe tells you how to know with 100% accuracy that you are pregnant.

Prenatal Testing Basics: Urinalysis

What it is, who has it, when, why, and what it tells you.

What Is CVS?

Learn what it is, and why it's one of the first tests you'll get after you become pregnant.

Prenatal Blood Test

Who has it, when, why, and what the results mean.

Pregnancy Month by Month: Month 3

See what physical changes you can expect during month 3 of pregnancy--and how to break the big news to your boss.

Prenatal Testing Basics: Pap Test

What it is, who has it, when, why, and what it tells you.

All About First Trimester Screening

Discover what these early tests look for-and why they're needed.

First Trimester Tests

Towards the end of your first trimester, your doctor will recommend prenatal screenings to can help determine whether your child has any chromosomal abnormalities.

Common Prenatal Tests 101

Learn about four of the common medical procedures undergone by pregnant women.

Pregnancy Month by Month: Month 1

You're pregnant, now what? Find out what steps you should take during your first month of pregnancy, how to pick the right OB/GYN, and how to help alleviate your first month of pregnancy symptoms.

NIPT: A Crash Course in Non-Invasive Prenatal Testing

Here's what you need to know about the noninvasive prenatal genetic screening test that has doctors, researchers, and parents excited.

Pregnancy Month by Month: Month 2

Find out how big your munchkin is, how many calories you should be eating, and how to keep up your work and social life while pregnant in month 2.

Prenatal Testing Basics: Rh Factor Test

What it is, who has it, when, why, and what it tells you.

Q&A: Family Medical History and Pregnancy

Learn how your family's history can impact you and your pregnancy.

Top 10 Prenatal Tests

The 10 tests every pregnant woman should have.

Prenatal Testing Basics: 3-D Ultrasound Exam

Who has it, when, why, and what the results mean.

Prenatal Tests: New Guidelines

Health care research team calls for all pregnant women--not just those identified as at-risk--to be screened for HIV.

What Happens When You Get a RhoGam Shot

During your pregnancy, you'll need to know if you have the Rhesus protein. If not, you may need to get a RhoGam shot. Here's how it works.