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Pregnancy

Pregnancy may only last nine months, but what a full, and sometimes confusing, time it can be! Don't fret. Find out which foods you should eat, which medications you should avoid and if the weird symptoms you've been having are pregnancy signs. You can meticulously track your baby's growth with our Pregnancy Week by Week feature or have fun checking out our baby shower games, nursery ideas and Chinese Gender Predictor.

the latest pregnancy stories

A new test for preeclampsia offers pregnant women a head start on identifying and managing this potentially dangerous condition. ... more
I recently confessed to a friend that even though I'm thrilled to be the mom of a happy, healthy 7-year-old boy, the nine months I spent carrying him were not what I thought they'd be. I knew I wasn't the only one with a... more
Study suggests pregnant women who live near agricultural fields where pesticides are sprayed are at increased risk of having a child with autism. ... more
CredibleCravings makes whole-food snacks for pregnant and nursing women ... more
A study says women who have placenta previa and have given birth before are more likely to deliver smaller newborns. ... more
No matter how you feel about having sex during each trimester of your pregnancy, always communicate openly and honestly with your partner. ... more
While hyperemesis gravidarum is rarely harmful for a growing fetus, it can cause dehydration, which is dangerous for mom. ... more
Pregnancy is full of weird, new and sometimes embarrassing side effects and fears. You aren't alone if you feel uncomfortable asking your doctor questions like, "Will I have a bowel movement during my delivery?" We want to... more
Clock some quality time with your partner before the baby comes, and diapers, breast pumps and two-hour sleep schedules become prominent in your life. ... more
First pregnancies for RH-negative moms are usually free of complications, but you should still seek treatment for future pregnancy health. ... more