Now that you’re pregnant, it’s more important than ever to take good care of yourself. Follow these pregnancy tips and
Putting on too many extra kilograms during pregnancy can harm you, and it may cause various problems for your baby.
And now for the best news you’ve heard since finding out you’re pregnant: Chocolate is good for you! Here’s why
When you’re pregnant, you can spend a lot of time worrying about what’s normal and what’s not. Rest assured: the
Your unborn baby is safe in his watery world ... until something out of the ordinary happens. By Roxanne Fagri
First-time moms are often unsure about the dos and don’ts of pregnancy. We compiled a list of things that could
From old wives’ tales to friends’ advice; scientific findings to medical theories, it’s hard to know what’s true and what’s
One in 1 000 pregnant women will experience severe itching in late pregnancy. Kim Bell explains why you shouldn’t ignore
Being HIV positive and pregnant doesn’t necessarily mean your baby will get infected too. Here’s what you need to know.
Follow our expert advice on safe remedies when your health is compromised during pregnancy. By Lynne Gidish
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Besides feeling nauseas and queasy, what is morning sickness really about? Read on to find out everything you need to
Lightning crotch is the nickname given for the sudden and often sharp pain some pregnant moms experience deep in the
While aches and pains are part of pregnancy, there are certain symptoms you shouldn’t ignore. Here’s when to pick up
Although getting sick during pregnancy can make you feel miserable, there’s no need to suffer. By Claire Barnardo
Knocks and falls are almost expected in pregnancy, but why it happens and what to do in an emergency is
Chorionic villus sampling and Amniocentesis are prenatal diagnostic screening tests used to detect certain foetal genetic abnormalities, including Down’s syndrome
While pregnancy can be a wonderful time for many women, others are plagued by worry – both real and imagined.
If you’ve already been diagnosed with a stomach ulcer, you might be worrying how pregnancy will affect it. Read on
When you’re pregnant, your immune system is always slightly suppressed to ensure your growing baby is not regarded as a
Whether you have nausea, constipation or anxiety, there’s a homeopathic treatment to help. By Dr Jacquelyn Schultz
We look at what causes itchiness during pregnancy and how to deal with it.
We asked birth and babycare expert, Sister Lillian why it's important to attend antenatal classes, whether you're a first time
It may be scary to think of things that could go wrong during pregnancy, but recognising any warning signs will