It’s common knowledge that smoking is harmful to both you and your unborn child’s health during pregnancy, but what about
It may be scary to think of things that could go wrong during pregnancy, but recognising any warning signs will
A new landmark global study has linked exposure to air pollution to your baby’s growth during pregnancy. We look at
If you’ve already been diagnosed with a stomach ulcer, you might be worrying how pregnancy will affect it. Read on
Registered midwife Pippa Hime gives advice on how to overcome common problems moms-to-be have when it comes to stomaching their
This can be an exciting time in your life, but you can also be fearful about whether you’re doing what’s
Registered midwife Pippa Hime opens this taboo pregnancy discussion.
Are you pregnant and working? Here’s what you need to know about your rights in the workplace to make sure
Pregnancy brings more than just nausea and fatigue, it can also put you at risk of developing deadly blood clots.
While pregnancy insomnia is expected to affect around 78% of all pregnant women, not all 78% will experience a mood
Untreated tuberculosis (TB) during pregnancy poses a significant threat to both mother and child.
Your body undergoes many changes during pregnancy and you may have noticed your eyes are no exception, but how exactly
When it comes to addressing niggles and concerns of pregnancy, you need to make a call between what’s normal and
Most medications are taboo during pregnancy, so what can expecting moms do to treat a headache? Here’s what our expert
We look at the top 5 skin changes during pregnancy, and what you can do about them. By Tammy Jacks
At what stage should your baby start kicking during pregnancy? How often should you feel the baby move, and how
Ever wondered why your urine is checked at every antenatal visit? Being pregnant increases your risk of developing a urinary
From backache and Braxton Hicks, to sciatica and acne, follow our expert advice on how to deal with these pregnancy
Cramps are a common, but sometimes frightening, symptom of pregnancy. Rather than calling your doctor in the middle of the
Are you pregnant or planning a pregnancy at 35? Read on for some helpful tips and advice.
Read on to find out why you might be suffering from pregnancy chills or fevers and how to treat it.
We chat to the experts about the most common types of discharge in pregnancy and when you should see your
Feeling your baby move for the first time is one of the best moments in pregnancy, and while you look
You’ll be able to feel when your baby has the hiccups, and you may be wondering why or if you