Pregnancy Health

If you are now pregnant (or are trying to get pregnant), prenatal care in pregnancy, with special attention on your health, is of utmost importance.  

Find out more about how to prepare your body for pregnancy and about how to stay healthy once pregnant.  For example, did you know that you not only need to take folic acid while pregnant--you should really start to take this and a full prenatal vitamin prior to pregnancy in order to ensure the right health and nutrition for your growing baby?  

Find out more about the importance of folic acid and other nutrients you need for your pregnancy by reading more about how to maintain great pregnancy health.  

Iron is also particularly important during pregnancy. Because of a drastically increased blood volume, iron deficiency is common in pregnant women.

Iron deficiency can cause a variety of symptoms including fatigue, weakness, irregular heartbeat and even irritability. Luckily, iron supplements are an easy addition to your prenatal regimen.

Diet And Exercise

Find Out About The Dangers of Eating Disorders During Pregnancy

Pregnancy health all starts with following a healthy diet for your growing baby. Learn about the best prenatal diet and discover easy tips on eating right during your pregnancy so that both you and baby stay healthy!  Find out which foods will help your baby grow and about which foods you need to avoid when pregnant.  

Did you know of the dangers of uncooked meat or fish and cold cuts during pregnancy?  Can a turkey sandwich cause harm to your baby? Also, do you know that your morning cup of coffee is increasing your risk of miscarriage?  Read more about pregnancy health to learn about all of these topics.  

Also, try to keep fit and exercise regularly. Learn all about prenatal fitness so you can choose which prenatal exercise is best for you.

Then try to keep fit by working out regularly. One of the best exercises for pregnant women is yoga and related exercises.  Also learn about which exercise moves it is best to avoid when pregnant.  

For example, stomach crunches are an unsafe pregnancy exercise.  Learn more about this and other pregnancy exercise no, nos right here.

One common concern moms-to-be have is about sex and pregnancy. Learn about when sex during pregnancy can be unsafe and about comfortable sex positions, as well as changes in your libido during pregnancy.

Get the answers to all of your pregnancy sex questions now.

Plus Size Pregnancy And Well Being

Find out about plus size pregnancy, including the best birth options for plus size women as well as advice on how to find fashionable but affordable plus size maternity wear.

Being pregnant doesn't mean you don't have to look and feel your best. Find out more about buying the right type of maternity wear for your body.

Enjoy your pregnancy!

For many women, being pregnant is an enjoyable, meaningful time in their life. Read up on pregnancy well being, including pregnancy tips to help you relax, feel energized and be healthy throughout this very special time.

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im 26 weeks preganant and went to the docter with what i thought was a kidney infection but the docter said there was no sign of a kidney infection and sent me home im gettin worse very quickly ,with pains that feel lik a kidney infection ,my friend then told me she has has gastroenteritis an it made her feel as if she had a kidney infection ..if i do have this will it harm my baby ??
8 years ago
i just had sex with my boyfriend and iam 2 1/2 weeks pregnant and i started bleeding alot and iamfreaking out what does that mean or what should i do
8 years ago
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8 years ago
Hi, I am off the pill since 2 June 2011, (it is now 3 July), I haven't had a period since. I haven't done a pregnancy test yet either. In the past 2 days I have been experiencing itchy nipples and slightly tender breasts, but that's about all. I've read that it could take up to 3 months to get a period after stopping the pill. Could the symptoms just be the onset of a period? I'm very nervous about taking a test... Don't want it to be negative! :)
8 years ago