Providing support for you throughout your pregnancy
Congratulations on your pregnancy! Finding out that you’re pregnant can come with a flood of emotions — and questions. It can be hard to know where to start.
One of your biggest jobs during pregnancy is to take care of yourself: By eating well, drinking plenty of water, and, though it might be the last thing you feel like doing, getting some light exerc
Now that you’re eating and breathing for two, it’s important to keep the two of you safe, by getting the regular prenatal care you need and by following your care provider’s recommendations.<
From heartburn to bleeding gums to increased trips to the ladies’ room, pregnancy can make its mark in different ways. Here are some other symptoms you might experience:
You may have already started thinking about how you’re planning to feed your baby: By breast, with formula, or with both.
During your checkups, you will be offered certain prenatal tests to check on your health and to see how the baby is developing.
Pregnancy brings a world of new sensations — both good and bad. It’s good to pay attention to these feelings, and to talk to your care provider if something doesn’t feel right.
Before your baby finally makes his or her appearance, you’ll want to have a few things in place, like creating a birth plan, which lists your preferences during childbirth and choosing a pedi
As your body recovers from pregnancy and birth, you may experience a range of physical and emotional symptoms. Remember to care for yourself as much as you care for your little one.