Congratulations, you've just uttered the words, "I am pregnant!" Find out what changes are happening to your body and see how your baby is developing each week of your pregnancy.
Food cravings are experienced by many women throughout pregnancy, and can include virtually anything. However there are some fairly common cravings shared by a majority of women!
Things I Didn’t Expect (when I was expecting) is a funny, truthful book based on Monica Dux’s research and personal experiences of pregnancy and the first months of baby-rearing.
After Kate Middleton and Prince William shared their baby news prematurely, due to a diagnosis of hyperemesis gravidarum, Melissa Davey asks how long a couple should wait until reveal they're pregnant - and what the Duchess's condition really means.
Screening foetuses and embryos for genetic conditions sends an implicit message that the lives of those of us living with the conditions are simply not worth as much.
Military experts have called for pregnancy testing of female soldiers after a British servicewoman gave birth while serving in Afghanistan.
They’re some of the biggest words you’ll ever utter: “I’m pregnant.” Here are some ideas for breaking the news to loved ones in fun and different ways.
Julia Cannell's first concern was for her unborn baby when, at 28 weeks pregnant, doctors told her she had an aggressive form of leukaemia.
At a 19-week scan, Ellen Lutton was given news no-one ever wants to hear. She shares her story of living in a no-man's land between despair and hope throughout her pregnancy.
As your pregnancy nears its natural conclusion it’s normal to start thinking a lot about the birth.
No, it’s not your imagination – now that you’re a mum-to-be, you’re probably noticing more vaginal discharge than before. This is a common side effect of pregnancy, and is totally normal.
Being a new mum is fantastic, but sometimes there are some not-so-glamourous things that come with the territory. One of these things is bleeding after birth. This can come in the form of lochia or your returning period – but it’s all completely normal.
Carrying a human being in your body for nine months is a pretty amazing experience. Here are a few of the things you can look forward to now you’re pregnant.