Pregnancy is a beautiful thing, but it does come with some not-so-beautiful symptoms. From nausea and back pain to bloating and heartburn, here’s what you can expect during pregnancy.
Category: First Trimester
What is a doula and how can one help before and after birth?
Hiring a doula can add the emotional support you need to your birth team. Here’s what they do and how they help.
How to Prepare for Your First Prenatal Visit
Now that you’re pregnant, here’s what you can expect and how to prepare for your first prenatal visit.
10 Gifts for Expecting Moms in Their First Trimester
When it comes to gifts during pregnancy, the baby is typically covered. But what about a mommy registry? Check out these first trimester-friendly gifts.
8 Early Signs Of Pregnancy
Mood swings, sore breasts, and missed periods: learn the early signs of pregnancy you may experience before taking a pregnancy test.
All About Pregnancy Cravings
Check out this guide for everything you need to know about pregnancy cravings from when they’ll start, why you have them, and the most common cravings.
Why prenatal vitamins are important
We’re breaking down who, what, why, when, where, and how of prenatal vitamins.
Maternity Fashion Tips from Style Coach Megan LaRussa Chenoweth
We talked to style coach Megan LaRussa Chenoweth to get her top tips for curating a maternity wardrobe that’s both comfortable and chic.
Will COVID-19 affect your birth plan?
As hospitals respond to the COVID-19 crisis, pregnant women may find that they can no longer use their birth plan and may have to birth alone.
What No One Tells You: A Guide to Your Emotions from Pregnancy to Motherhood
Drs. Alexandra Sacks and Catherine Birndorf explain the psychology behind the emotions women feel while pregnant and after birth in What No One Tells You.
Smoothie King Prenatal Vitamin Drink
Smoothie King teamed up with Premama to provide expectant moms with a healthy prenatal smoothie to satisfy cravings and vitamin needs.
Hyperemesis Gravidarum vs. Morning Sickness
If you’re experiencing severe nausea past the first-trimester, you may not be suffering from normal morning sickness. You may have hyperemesis gravidarum.