The early weeks of pregnancy are fragile—and confusing. Here, the answers to your questions.
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All About the First Trimester
For most women, the first 12 or so weeks of pregnancy are the most consuming because everything is all so new, so exciting, even overwhelming. To satisfy the little voice inside your head that keeps asking questions, here's a primer. Keep it handy.
Your Guide to Becoming a Mother, Part I
In this first installment of our three-part series, we provide a head-to-toe look at the pregnant body, starting with how you need to nurture it even before you conceive.
So sit back, put your feet up and learn how to take good care of your baby's first home: your own body.
A Conception to Birth Timeline
Our Guide to Becoming a Mother, Part III, has a conception-to-newborn look at your baby. Guess how big your baby is right now?
Sniff a Lemon
Morning-sickness remedies that work.
A new first-trimester procedure can determine Down syndrome risk with a simple blood test and specialized ultrasound.
Is it Safe?
Cold cures, hair dye, skiing: What's OK and what's not during pregnancy.
Your immediate environment is more important than ever. Here's how to make your space a healthier place.
A user-friendly guide to the pregnancy and childbirth terms you need to know