The truth about commonly held morning sickness myths.
Moments of forgetfulness happen to everyone, but is there truth to "pregnancy brain"?
Pregnancy cravings might see you might reach for previously hated foods in place of favourite meals you can no longer stomach.
Craving a nice handful of dirt, or a crunchy stick of chalk? No, you're not losing it - you're just experiencing pica.
You've heard about the morning sickness and cravings, but there's plenty more in store for you in pregnancy,
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Stretch marks, problem skin and varicose veins are all common in pregnancy.
Singer Christina Aguilera is apparently craving charcoal tastes during her second pregnancy.
There's debate about whether baby brain is real or not - but these mums have no doubt.
Some things are just not funny, like when someone said my belly looked like a Christmas tree ornament.
Tired, heavy, bloated, anxious. The third trimester of pregnancy can drag. Here are a few tips on how to cope.
Your morning sickness might clear up, but your hormones could kick up a notch. Here's what could help you through.
The first trimester isn't a walk in the park. Here are a few things that helped me through it...
I've always assumed I would suffer greatly from morning sickness because I'm ruled by my stomach.
A Canadian woman duped her fiance into thinking she was pregnant with quintuplets.
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Insomnia, nausea, tiredness and indigestion, these pregnancy sypmtoms don't come as a surprise- unless it's the dad-to-be who's suffering.
When is the right time to announce your pregnancy, and when you do, who do you tell?
New research focuses on finally finding ways to tame that horrible nauseous feeling.
A barrage of conflicting and often unwanted advice about dos and don'ts during pregnancy causes stress for mothers-to-be.
Intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR) is a condition in which a baby grows inadequately in the womb.
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