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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

To let you know you're not alone, we asked some real-life moms to share their postpartum depression stories and how they pulled themselves out of those dark days. ... more
In the quest for the "perfect birth," I had a vaginal birth with an epidural, a C-section and an unmedicated VBAC. This is what I learned. ... more
I'm working hard on my postpartum fitness, but I'll never see my "pre-baby body" again. ... more
Choosing items for your baby registry can be overwhelming, so we called in an expert to help narrow down the options. Here are 10 pediatrician recommended must-haves for any baby registry. ... more
Put down the swatches and lookbooks, the inspirational baby room decor site, Project Nursery, shares the top 10 design trends of 2015 to get you started on your nursery transformation. ... more
FDA is trying to make medication labels easier for pregnant and breastfeeding moms to understand ... more
Pregnancy puts a lot of strain on your body, including at bedtime. Find a little relief for those aches by sleeping with a pillow that's designed to cradle and comfort your pregnant shape. The latest pregnancy pillows come in a wide... more
Suffering through morning sickness might take its toll on you, but it could have a silver lining for your baby. ... more
A gestational diabetes diagnosis doesn't have to be scary. If you follow your doctor's advice, you can ensure a healthy pregnancy and baby. ... more
A new test for preeclampsia offers pregnant women a head start on identifying and managing this potentially dangerous condition. ... more

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