Now that you’re pregnant, here’s what you can expect and how to prepare for your first prenatal visit.
Preparing for birth.
Getting a good nights sleep while pregnant can be tough. Here are some tips and the best sleeping positions while pregnant to get you sleeping like a baby.
Learn the difference between different types of birth professionals and birth settings so you can best plan for the birth you want.
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.
Mood swings, sore breasts, and missed periods: learn the early signs of pregnancy you may experience before taking a pregnancy test.
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.
Three tips that can help labor progress including labor positions, movement, birthing balls and other tools.
Hip and lower back pain are common complaints during pregnancy as the spine and hips change through the trimesters. To help ease hip pain I recommend these three stretches before bedtime.
We’re breaking down who, what, why, when, where, and how of prenatal vitamins.
Preterm labor can occur between weeks 20 and 37 of your pregnancy. Possible risk factors include diabetes, high blood pressure, and smoking.
Spine and posture change a lot during pregnancy, Madison shares a few easy ways to relieve back pain.
Meeting with a pelvic floor physical therapist and adjusting exercises can help ease the pelvic pain you may be experiencing during pregnancy.