Being pregnant may be exactly what you want or it may be the cause for concern and problems. Keep reading below to learn about early pregnancy and to help you to determine if you are pregnant and, if so, what you can expect.
You may question whether or not you are pregnant and, if you are, you may want to better understand what you can expect to happen from this point on. This link includes a listing of some of the most common Early Symptoms and Signs of Pregnancy.
Taking care of yourself and your baby should be a key concern of yours. Staying healthy during pregnancy depends on you, so it is it is important that you understand about Medical Care to keep you and your baby as healthy as possible.
To learn more about Pregnancy Tests and how they work, what can affect the results, and when to visit your health care provider, click on the link Pregnancy Tests.
There is no requirement that a pregnant woman have prenatal care. However, babies born to mothers who received no prenatal care are much more likely to have significant problems than those whose mothers received Prenatal Care. For your health and the health of your baby, it is best to seek prenatal care as soon as possible.
Prenatal tests are often desired or required by you or your health care provider. There are both invasive and non-invasive methods of prenatal testing. Read this section for facts on the most common pregnancy procedures and prenatal tests.
Ultrasounds are frequently used by your health care provider. The ultrasound procedure uses sound waves to create a picture of your unborn baby. This site should help you understand more about ultrasounds.
Unplanned pregnancy can be scary and leave you feeling confused and, most of all, unprepared. In this section we try to help you find answers to the questions most commonly asked by women who have found themselves with an unplanned pregnancy.
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