Pregnancy covers the life stage period from conception to birth. Learn about the changes that take place during this time, what to do to stay healthy, and how to help prevent complications during pregnancy.
The Shocking Story of Lina Medina, Who Gave Birth at Age 5
You Can Get Pregnant When You're Already Pregnant
Can you get pregnant after having gonorrhea?
Exercise During Pregnancy
Can a woman get pregnant during her period?
Does diabetes affect fertility?
Hormone Imbalances and Infertility
What Do Babies See Before Birth?
Guide to Being 39 Weeks Pregnant
Guide to Being 28 Weeks Pregnant
C-sections Can Affect a Baby's Immune System
Quick Tips: Pedicures and Labor
How a Baby Experiences Labor and Delivery
How to Deal with Swelling After Pregnancy
How does postpartum depression affect infants?
How to Minimize Stretch Marks After Pregnancy
If a Woman Has Two Wombs, Can She Get Pregnant in Both?
A Guide to Pregnancy Complications
Rare Condition Causes New Mom to Lactate Outside Her Breast
What Is the Linea Nigra of Pregnancy?
Is it possible for a pregnant woman to be allergic to the placenta?
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Most husbands will do anything they can to help their pregnant wives, but for some, it goes much further than doting and running an occasional errand. Backaches, weight gain and even morning sickness can all accompany Couvade syndrome, or sympathetic pregnancy.
By Josh Clark
In December 2006 in Britain, three babies were born from two separate wombs -- inside the same woman. Uterus didelphys -- or a double womb -- is a pretty rare condition. It affects anywhere from about one in 1,000 to one in 1 million women worldwide, and it sometimes occurs in families.
By Julia Layton
Pregnancy is not always a happy time, even if the baby is wanted and planned. It's normal for parents to experience a wide range of emotions during this period. Learn about emotions that surface during pregnancy.
Did you know that labor is divided into three stages? Find out what they are and how to tell when they start happening.
Once your pregnancy has been confirmed, what you most want to know is your due date. The average length of a pregnancy is 40 weeks from the first day of the last normal menstrual period. Here's an example of how it works.
A miscarriage is the ending of a pregnancy due to the premature delivery of the fetus before the 20th week of pregnancy. At this point, the fetus is not developed enough to survive outside the uterus on its own.
With a slew of recent research to support the benefits to child, mother and society overall, experts seem to agree: breast milk is best. What do you need to know before you start breastfeeding?