Although you cannot have a period during pregnancy, it is possible to bleed while you're pregnant. Regardless of the cause of bleeding during pregnancy, you should consider a visit to your doctor!
If you're trying to conceive, no doubt you're excited about the possibility of being pregnant, and every sensation you have could be implantation or a symptom of early pregnancy.
Back and hip pain are common complaints of later pregnancy. A body (or pregnancy) pillow can help by relieving the pressure and help you to get a restful night's sleep!
Many women ask whether it's possible that they're pregnant even though they got a negative result on a home pregnancy test. This article will outline several reasons that you may get a false negative.
Writing about pregnancy, I get a lot of questions about what's normal and what isn't normal. In order to handle these questions more appropriately, I've compiled them into a single article.
Pregnancy is a time of joy for most women, but it can also be filled with concern and anxiety over aches and pains. Some of these pains are perfectly normal, while others are more concerning.
Morning sickness typically occurs early in pregnancy and can become a serious health risk of the mother and baby aren't getting necessary nutrients. Natural methods are preferred for morning sickness.
Cramping during pregnancy can occur for a number of reasons. Knowing what these reasons are should help you to determine when to call your doctor and help empower you to make good decisions.
Bleeding isn't an uncommon occurrence during early pregnancy, but many women panic when they see those few drops of blood. Know when to worry about the status of your pregnancy and when not to stress.