If you're over 35 and pregnant--or thinking about getting pregnancy--it's best to be prepared. While pregnancy at this age is not a huge concern, it does have some risks. Watch this video to learn more.
Chances are that if you're pregnant and over 35, your baby will be healthy and normal. But sometimes complications occur that result in genetic disorders. Watch this video to learn more.
Learning to manage a preexisting condition like diabetes is extremely important when you're pregnant. Watch this video to find out what steps you can take to get your diabetes under control.
High blood pressure is a condition that should be closely monitored and managed at all times--especially when you're pregnant. Check out this video to learn more about pregnancy and preexisting high blood pressure.
Getting pregnant later in life definitely has its benefits. Watch this video to learn why pregnancy past 35 is a good idea.
Eating disorders can havedamaging effects on your health and this is especially ture if you're pregnant. Watch this video to get the facts on pregnancy, anorexia and bulimia.
Since obesity can pose health risks to both and baby during pregnancy, it's important to learn how to manage your weight, diet and nutrition. Watch this video to learn more about pregnancy and obesity.
It's important to properly manage chronic illness if you're pregnant and you can do this with the help of your doctor. Watch this video to learn how to manage chronic illness during pregnancy.
4,000 chemicals spell serious stress for your baby. Watch this to understand why smoking during pregnancy is a bad idea.
Pregnant? Congratulations! Now check out this video for all you need to know about what to enjoy and what to avoid when you're expecting.
Imagine being able to watch your baby suck her thumb in real time--before she's even been born! That's a 4D Sonogram for you.
You're pregnant! Here's what to expect while lying next to that sonogram machine in the early weeks.
Blue or pink? If you want to know, you can find out with your second trimester sonograms.
Up to five-percent of moms will get diabetes while pregnant. That's why it's so vital to screen for gestational diabetes around your 25th week.
Fully 75-percent of pregnant women experience morning sickness, but that doesn't mean there isn't relief for this age-old symptom!
If you're expecting twins or triplets, it is important that you eat healthy and regularly visit your doctor. View this video for information on multiple births.
What to Expect When You're Expecting never taught you to expect all of these pregnancy symptoms!
Is your baby facing feet first? Is he lying too low? Where's your placenta? You'll be able to all these things out during your final term.