Olivia Campbell Even if you want to, you can't - because so much of the advice is contradictory.
Elahe Izadi The US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention has released a report advising women to stop drinking alcohol as soon as they stop using birth control in a bid to prevent harm to unborn babies.
LETITIA ROWLANDS In news that will make expectant mums jump for joy - and reach for a block of Cadbury - scientists have revealed chocolate could provide health benefits during pregnancy.
ALEXANDRA SMITH I had been looking forward to a coffee for hours. That was until the barista looked at my 27-week bump over his counter and shook his head.
Alexandra Rockey Fleming "It was one of the worst days of my life, and at that moment I knew that I had to do what I could to prevent this from happening to another child."
Laura Walters Here are a few tips on how to get by as you keep your paid job while growing a human.
Sonia Harford Hiding your pregnancy can come with a cost.
Women who enjoy potatoes are at increased risk of suffering diabetes in pregnancy, research suggests.
Kristine Macartney, Annette Regan, Helen Marshall While some vaccinations should be avoided in pregnancy, that shouldn't deter a mother from getting the ones she really needs to protect her and her baby.
Dr Wendy van Zuijlen Human cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a common virus that is harmless for pregnant women, but is now the leading infectious cause of disability in newborns.
JULIA MEDEW Australian scientists are confident they have discovered a treatment for pre-eclampsia, a condition that kills 60,000 pregnant women each year.
CATHERINE RODIE Kick counting is one measure that pregnant women can take to reduce the risk of stillbirth.
JO HARTLEY Around 5-10 per cent of women are affected by gestational diabetes.
RACHEL BROWNE Thirroul marketing executive Olivia O'Leary was looking forward to the birth of her first baby when she received some terrible news.
JO HARTLEY It's not just been the bigger things that have me frozen in indecision in pregnancy. It's the day-to-day things too.
Jane Wrigglesworth Double-blind studies have proved herbs really do help during pregnancy.
LIAM MANNIX A commonly-prescribed antidepressant may be implicated in the death of a day-old baby, a Victorian coroner has heard.
Suzi Catchpole Having a 27 week baby bump can often signal the end of vigorous dancing for mums, at least for a while. It's no barrier for Californian dance teacher and photographer Christina Litle, however, who is dancing as enthusiastically as ever even at 7 months pregnant.
CATHERINE RODIE Facing the holiday season with a bun in the oven can mean passing up some Christmas traditions. But whip up one of these delicious 'mocktails' and all you will be missing out on is a Christmas hangover.
JULIA MEDEW It was last thing Rebecca O'Donnell expected at 30 weeks' pregnant. One morning, while putting on her bra, she felt a pea-sized lump in her right breast.
CATHERINE RODIE Pregnancy is a huge change for any woman, so it's natural we'll have questions - and turn to Google to ask them.
LETITIA ROWLANDS Anyone who has travelled by public transport when pregnant knows sometimes it is not the most pleasant of experiences.
CATHERINE RODIE Experts are urging pregnant women not to do exactly as Michelle Bridges does when exercising, or they risk developing rectus abdominus diastasis.
Staff writers Experts believe many children diagnosed with ADHD might actually have FASD and that the number of people suffering from the condition across the country could be as high as 500,000.
Treasure McGuire There are actually very few medications that must be absolutely avoided during pregnancy.
Carl Zimmer It was an experiment doomed to failure - they were looking for male cells in female bodies. And their search was stunningly successful.
Sophie Gallagher It was the moment a moment Kate Bullen will never forget. The successful 22-year-old was kicking goals at university, had become a board director of her student union, and was busy planning her bright future. And then she found out she was pregnant.
Jule Scherer A couple of weeks ago Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer announced that she is expecting identical twin girls in December.
Caterina Giorgi and Sarah Ward How much do you know about fetal alcohol spectrum disorders? Test your knowledge with these facts.
JOHN COLLETT Expectant travellers risk having their travel insurance rendered worthless because of the tight restrictions on mothers-to-be.
LETITIA ROWLANDS From leaving your car keys in the fridge to forgetting what you need as soon as you step into the supermarket, baby brain gets blamed for a host of mishaps when a woman is in the later stages of pregnancy.
Dr Erin Bowe Many expectant mums are routinely tested for group B strep (GBS) in the third trimester of pregnancy - but not all choose antibiotic treatment.
Cydonee Mardon Bree O'Malley has a cancer diagnosis, a rare blood condition, kidney and liver failure and other complications. And she is pregnant with triplets.
Ana Swanson A new study suggests that the month you were born has a connection with the diseases you might develop in your lifetime.
Heidi van Dort For a handful of women, pregnancy brings a cure for conditions they suffered long before they conceived.
First time mum Katie Dickens faced more hurdles than most to bring her baby girl into the world.
Staff writers Baby Theo is now a happy, healthy eight-month-old, but his mother will never forget how close she came to losing him.
LETITIA ROWLANDS When Lisa McNally developed a terrible itch at 28 weeks pregnant, her doctor assured her was normal. Nothing could have been further from the truth.
Jule Scherer In the first couple of weeks since we learned that we're having twins, I've become an "expert" (of the shallow Google kind) on the subject.
Makira Hill Michaela McNally didn't just miss the birth of her baby girl, but also the precious first week of little Maggie's life.
As the winter chill starts to arrive, NSW Health is urging pregnant women to get their flu shots.
Some pregnant women swear by belly bands, but are they really useful and safe?
CATHERINE RODIE What does your baby need to grow up healthy? The experts give their advice.
CATHERINE RODIE New research suggests that taking specific pregnancy probiotics could be the answer to a range of common pregnancy side effects.
JO HARTLEY Women can experience many unexpected changes in pregnancy, including darker pigmentation known as "the mask of pregnancy".
Melanie Hearse Faux pregnancy announcements have long been a go-to April Fools joke. This year a meme popped up to deliver a lecture about the insensitivity of the prank - but opinion is divided on its validity.
Sarah Knapton The harmful effects of smoking during pregnancy on unborn babies may be seen in tiny movements in their faces using 4D ultrasound scans, research has found.
LETITIA ROWLANDS Model Sarah Stage has defended her pregnancy body after critics claimed her slim figure at eight-and-a-half months pregnant wasn't "normal".
Brooke Tasovac The blood type and Rh factor of a pregnant woman and the father of her baby has all kinds of implications for their unborn child.
LETITIA ROWLANDS Pregnant women will for the first time have access to locally analysed, accurate, non-invasive pre-natal genetic testing when the first Australian clinic to offer the services opens its doors next week.
Get involved - support a pregnant woman in your life, and raise money to help wipe out FASD in Australia.
Pregnant Pause challenges Aussies to support someone they care about through their pregnancy by taking a break from alcohol.
Pregnant Pausers will be sponsored by their friends, family and co-workers to raise much-needed money and awareness for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).
FASD is the most common preventable cause of non-genetic, developmental disability in Australia, and it solely happens because of prenatal alcohol exposure.
Learn more at pregnantpause.com.au.
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