Managing a High-Risk Pregnancy
What is a high-risk pregnancy? WebMD explains conditions and preconditions that might cause complications in pregnancy.
What Is Trisomy 18?
WebMD explains the causes and diagnosis of trisomy 18, a chromosomal abnormality that often results in stillbirth or an early death of an infant.
Is Your Pregnancy High Risk?
High-risk pregnancies usually go well, but it’s important to work closely with a doctor if you have any condition that could put you or your baby in danger.
If you develop high blood pressure when you’re pregnant, you have gestational hypertension. Usually it starts after you've been pregnant for about 20 weeks, and it goes away after your baby is born.
Is a Planned C-Section Right for Me?
Cesarean births are a safe alternative if you or your baby may have a problem during labor and delivery.
Understanding STDs in Pregnancy -- Treatment
Learn more from WebMD about the treatment of STDs during pregnancy.
Understanding STDs in Pregnancy -- Basic Information
Learn more from WebMD about how STDs affect pregnancy.
What It Costs to Have and Raise Twins
How much should you expect to pay for twins? This article offers a breakdown of costs at different stages of your twins’ lives: birth, first year and through high school. You will also find a sample of baby gear designed for twins.
Pregnant? Keep Sex on Your Agenda
Being pregnant doesn’t mean you have to lose your mojo. Here's how to keep things fun in the bedroom and still feel comfortable and safe with your body.
10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Pregnancy
WebMD provides you with a printable list of 10 key questions to ask your doctor about pregnancy.