Your body weight has stabilized, the baby has moved into your pelvis, and is not moving as much – the quiet before the storm.
Some women experience signs or symptoms of pregnancy within a week of conception, others may develop over a few weeks or may not be present at all.
We help you understand the signs and symptoms that make false labor contractions different from the real one.
During pregnancy, hormonal changes and physical discomfort can cause lack of sleep. With each passing trimester, getting enough sleep or more importantly, good-quality sleep becomes difficult. Thankfully, we have some remedies for you to deal with the crisis!
At 37 weeks pregnant, you are now full term. Congratulations! This can be a strange time in the pregnancy, as your weight may go up or down, and your baby may move lower into the pelvis or not move at all.
Air traveling is safe for most pregnant women until up to 36 weeks of gestation, except in special circumstances.
If you’re worried about everything that can go wrong, remember that women have been doing this for thousands of years.
Monitoring the heartbeat allows the physician to ensure everything is fine with the fetus during the pregnancy and through labor.
Pregnancy can be exciting and scary at the same time. We tell you what you can expect at week 33.
Want to lose that baby weight? Read on to know how you can detox the right way while breastfeeding.