When you're breast-feeding, medications aren't necessarily off-limits — but caution is important. Get answers to common questions about breast-feeding and medications.
Good nutrition during breast-feeding is essential. Find out what to eat — and what to avoid.
Breast-feeding has numerous benefits, but it's not always easy. If your partner is breast-feeding, understand what you can do to support her.
Wonder how a C-section will affect your body? Know what to expect as you recover from a C-section.
Are you planning a vaginal delivery? Discuss the risks and benefits of episiotomy with your health care provider ahead of time.
After pregnancy, exercise might be the last thing on your mind. Here's why — and how to get started.
If you have a high-risk pregnancy, you might have questions. Will you need special prenatal care? Will your baby be OK? Get the facts about high-risk pregnancies.
Considering a planned home birth? Get answers to common questions about home birth, from who's eligible to what happens when complications arise.
If you're thinking about inducing labor, you need to know the facts. Here's help weighing the benefits and risks.
Are your pelvic floor muscles in good shape? Tone them with Kegel exercises — which you can do discreetly just about anytime and anywhere.
Various medications can ease pain during labor and delivery. Here's an overview.
It's natural to worry about labor pain. Ease your mind by considering various approaches to relieving labor pain.
Stressed out? Muscles ache? A massage might be what you need. But get the facts first.
Curious about what role the placenta plays in pregnancy? Find out how the placenta helps your baby grow.
Pregnancy causes dramatic changes in your body — even after the baby is born. Know what to expect as you recover from a vaginal delivery.
Returning to work after you've had a baby can be daunting. Follow these tips to balance your work and family life.
Ready for sex after pregnancy? Find out what you need to know about easing discomfort, using birth control and boosting your sex drive.
As the end of pregnancy nears, you may be eagerly anticipating labor and delivery. How will you know when labor begins? Look for these clues.
Nature controls most aspects of labor — but when everything goes smoothly, you can expect a fairly predictable sequence of events.
It isn't always easy to tell if your water has broken. Know the signs and what to do to promote a healthy delivery.
Ready to trade your maternity clothes for your favorite jeans? Good for you! Here's help getting started.
Mar. 19, 2011