Not physically active before pregnancy? New recommendations show there may be no better time to start exercising.
As the CDC advises pregnant women to avoid travel to certain countries, here are four things they should know about the virus.
Ultrasounds sometimes indicate a problem but can’t give the most accurate picture. In these cases, a fetal MRI may be needed to help illustrate what’s going on.
Fifty percent to 80 percent of women report experiencing memory problems while pregnant, but does “pregnancy brain” actually exist?
More women are using long-acting reversible contraception methods – IUDs and birth control implants. What are the benefits and risks, and are they effective?
Some women stop taking medication when they find out they’re pregnant. But that decision may cause more harm than good.
The 18- to 20-week ultrasound is more than a chance to find out the baby’s gender. Learn what we look for in this head-to-toe ultrasound video tour.
The Your Pregnancy Matters doctors have big plans for 2016. Check out their New Year’s resolutions to share even more pregnancy tips and stories!
Most babies naturally move out of breech position, but about 4 percent of babies won’t. Learn the methods you can try to turn them.
Fetal heart rate monitors are useful tools for alerting physicians to potential problems during labor and delivery, but they have limitations in what they can do.