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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.

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Wacky, embarrassing and truly gross pregnancy side effects that your doctor may forget to mention. ... more
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The last trimester of pregnancy is full of contrasts: You're revved up for the homestretch, but you're tired. You're thirsty, but you often have to go to the bathroom. Treating your body and mind to the right kind of care is... more
The span from week 13 to week 27 of pregnancy is called the "honeymoon period" for good reason: Typically, nausea subsides, emotions even out and sex drive returns. It's also the time when you'll start to feel the baby... more
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