Whether you want a baby, or you aren't ready to be pregnant, waiting for the early signs of pregnancy can be stressful. This video will show you what pregnancy symptoms to look for, and may help you to answer the question, 'Am I Pregnant?'
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.
During month three, your little one makes the transition from embryo to fetus! But what else is going on in your tummy?
Your baby is about the size of an orange this month...and growing quickly! Check out what's happening during weeks thirteen through sixteen.
Now that you're pregnant, you probably want to know when your baby will arrive. This due date calculator video will explain how to calculate when to expect your birth - but don't be surprised if your little one has their own schedule!
If you're eating everything in sight, you'll be happy to know that your truck-driver's appetite is a normal, healthy pregnancy symptom during month five. What else is?
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.
Your baby's senses are fully developed by the eighth month of pregnancy, so you should expect a lot of movement. Learn more in our video on Pregnancy Weeks 29 to 32.
Your baby's a bruiser: He or she will probably reach the one pound mark by week twenty-five. What else can you expect to occur?
Is it hard for you to go to sleep as you move into the last quarter of your pregnancy. Don't worry, these symptoms are quite common in pregnancy weeks 33 to 36. Watch this video and learn more.
You could safely go into labor any day, although lots of babies like to hold on even past week 40. What can you expect as your pregnancy draws to a close?
Get ready to talk to your tummy! Your little one is probably able to hear and recognize your voice by month seven. Here's what to expect during weeks twenty-five to twenty-eight.
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.
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.
If you're pregnant, you may need to worry about gestational diabetes: 5% of expecting women have the condition. Watch this video to learn more.