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  1. Pregnancy and Amniocentesis

    Amniocentesis can give doctors essential information about the health of your fetus. Learn more from WebMD about the risks and the benefits.

  2. Your Pregnancy Week by Week: Weeks 17-20

    Your Pregnancy Week by Week: Weeks 17-20

  3. Pregnancy: Exercise During Pregnancy

    Working out during pregnancy means modifying your routine a bit. Learn more from WebMD about staying in shape -- safely -- before and after baby's arrival.

  4. Common Pregnancy Pains and Their Causes

    WebMD helps you navigate some of the more common discomforts of pregnancy.

  5. Pregnancy and Depression

    Depression strikes up to 20% of pregnant women. WebMD explains why and tells you how to get help.

  6. Blighted Ovum

    WebMD discusses the causes and symptoms of a blighted ovum.

  7. Pregnancy After 35

    Get information on having a baby when you're over 35 and how age can affect fertility and risk of birth defects or miscarriage during pregnancy.

  8. Normal Labor and Delivery Process

    WebMD explains the stages of normal labor and delivery. Learn what to expect, pain treatments, and the recovery process.

  9. Understanding Preterm Labor and Birth -- the Basics

    Basic facts about preterm labor and birth from the experts at WebMD.

  10. Understanding Preterm Labor and Birth -- Prevention

    WebMD's guide to the prevention of preterm labor and birth.

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