Contrary to what you may have heard, eating specific foods will not significantly impact fertility. Find out what you should actually do to increase your chances for getting pregnant.
Nervous about needles? We spoke to a fertility specialist about how to give yourself subcutaneous IVF shots, what they do and how to successfully self-inject.
A women’s health specialist explains why — despite prevailing myth — hormonal birth control won’t make you infertile.
The research isn’t definitive, but some people think perineal massage during pregnancy may reduce your chances for a severe vaginal tear during delivery. Follow these steps to do it safely.
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Weaning from breastfeeding looks different for every parent. Our expert offers practical tips for easing the transition for your little one and making the process as guilt-free as possible for you.
Getting started with prenatal care is important for a healthy pregnancy, beginning with your first prenatal appointment. Find out what you can expect at this visit.
Traveling for business or pleasure? Regardless, before you book any upcoming trips, here are the factors you need to consider if you’re planning to travel while pregnant.
The right exercise program during your pregnancy is going to depend on your health status and your pregnancy risks.
You can get a massage while pregnant, with some modifications and cautions. An expert explains what prenatal massage is — and how it differs from a massage you’ll get at other times.
Nervous about what to expect after you’re done expecting? After giving birth, a lot of things are still changing in your body. Give yourself patience, and learn what to expect.