The impending birth of a baby often makes older siblings feel a range of emotions. Use these tips from an OB/GYN to involve your older children in preparations for a new baby in the family.
Some consider e-cigarettes “safer” for pregnant women, but no medical studies prove they are safe. Experts say it’s best to avoid them and offer tips to help you quit.
Sciatica is a common pregnancy ailment. Get tips on how to manage the pain. Learn what other pregnant women do to deal with sciatica, from physical therapy to prenatal yoga.
Learn why many expectant mothers choose to work with midwives for their labor and delivery experience. They offer education and support, but ultimately are advocates for a woman’s birth plan.
Learn what other pregnant women are planning for their labor and delivery experiences. From massage therapy to water labor, expectant mothers are doing research and exploring all their options.
Doctors use 36-week ultrasounds to check your baby’s size, health and position. For one healthy 39-year-old, it offered reassurance and comfort.
Having a plan for your labor and childbirth is important. But peace of mind was priceless for one woman who delivered naturally in a hospital equipped to handle complications.
Expecting parents want reassurance their baby is healthy. Non-stress testing monitors the baby's health late in pregnancy.
Expectant parents have many reasons for wanting to know the sex of their baby before it’s born. It reduces stress, helps them plan ahead or makes it easier for siblings to adjust. So, will it be airplanes or flowers?
Moms with MS don’t have to miss out on the joys of motherhood, worrying whether they will pass on the disease. The risk is slight and you can assist the odds.