Welcome to the start of your bump-tastic pregnancy journey! Fit Pregnancy is by your side for all nine months with info and advice on having a healthy pregnancy, the latest pregnancy news and research, week-by-week pregnancy updates, baby name inspiration and of course, labor and delivery advice. Not pregnant yet? We've also got you covered with info on getting pregnant.
If fears about 'doing it' are stressing you out, here's what you need to know.
Wondering if that unusual discharge is a natural part of pregnancy? Here's how to tell.
If you're overdue, can you safely speed things along on your own? Our experts weigh in.
Here are nine subtle clues that you might be pregnant.
Make these changes to your diet to improve your fertility and ovulation function.
Try these positions to ease your pain and discomfort during contractions.
The lowdown on different types and what they mean.
New research shows that confidence is key when it comes to childbirth. Here are the most common labor and delivery fears from moms-to-be--and how you can face them down.
What's safe and what's not when you're expecting.
Smart packing is in the bag.
Four things that drip, itch, leak, spot and discharge during pregnancy that could signal labor or a problem (but are probably no big deal.)
Get the bottom line on the fears you'll face while pregnant, and expert tips on how to cope.
Strengthen your bond (and take a well-deserved break!) before Baby arrives at one of these dreamy babymoon vacation spots for every type of traveler and budget.
Tips to help ease the pain of nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.
Our step-by-step timeline will help you navigate your pregnancy with as little stress and guesswork as possible.
Everything you need to know to maximize your chances of conceiving.
A Fit Pregnancy editor takes us behind the scenes at the C-section delivery of her twins.
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Mysterious discharges during pregnancy can be annoyances or danger signs. How to tell what's normal and what's not.
Researchers from the University of Warwick think they've pinpointed the reason why some women suffer from multiple miscarriages--and they hope to create treatments.
Certain households tasks are going to be off-limits at some point in your pregnancy
Most water births are successful, but sadly, this one was not.