Pregnancy & Birth

Get pregnancy information you can trust. We'll help you track your pregnancy week-by-week, including how big your baby is today and how your pregnant body is changing. Consult our due date calculator to learn when your baby will arrive. We'll also help you have a healthy, happy pregnancy with our pregnancy-safe workouts and meal plans. You'll learn how to write a birth plan, and we'll tell you what to expect when it comes time to give birth.

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I'm 37 Weeks Into My High-Risk Pregnancy During COVID-19: Here's What My Doctors Told Me

There's never a good time to carry a high-risk pregnancy, but being weeks away from delivery during a pandemic is one of the worst possible times. Luckily my doctors explained why I'll still be in good hands.
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Postpartum Cramps Are Not Talked About Enough and Mine Were Awful

I thought I read it all to prepare myself for childbirth. But I was caught completely off guard by my postpartum cramps. Here's what pregnant people need to know.
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7 Pregnancy Subscription Boxes to Boost Your Well-Being While Expecting

It's easier than ever to find quality products that support your self-care when you're expecting. Just sign up for one of these pregnancy subscription boxes, and let the goodies roll in.
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14 Early Signs You May Be Pregnant

Think you're pregnant? Check out these very early symptoms of pregnancy that can show up one week before your missed period. If you've already experienced a few, it may be time to head to the drugstore to pick up a pregnancy test or schedule an appointment with your OB-GYN.
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How Big Is My Baby This Week? Here's Your Baby Fruit Size Chart

We're not sure why it's so fun comparing your fetus to fruit, but it really is. From poppy seed to watermelon, get a sense of your baby's approximate length and weight starting week 1 with these baby growth averages and fruit-size comparisons.
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What to Expect With Postpartum Hormone Changes

成人小视频appAs quickly as your hormones changed after that positive pregnancy test, they begin to change again as soon as your baby's born. From a few hours postpartum to a few months, here's what happens to your hormones after giving birth.