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  1. Genetic Screening Tests for Women 35 or Older

    If you're 35 or older, you probably know that you have a higher risk for pregnancy problems. To help rule out any concerns, your doctor may offer you some additional prenatal tests.

  2. Good Posture During Pregnancy

    Sleeping, sitting, driving, and lifting are a few challenges of pregnancy. WebMD tells you how to navigate daily tasks when you're carrying a heavy load.

  3. Medicine Cabinet Checklist

    A list of things you'll need in your medicine cabinet before your baby arrives.

  4. How Newborn Twins Affect Sleep

    You may have pulled all-nighters before, but did you do it night after night? Of all the changes that come with new parenthood, lack of sleep may be one of the hardest.

  5. 3rd Trimester: 2nd Prenatal Visit

    Overview of seventh prenatal visit.

  6. When to Call Your Doctor Between Prenatal Visits

    When you should call between visits.

  7. Prenatal Visit Week 36

    Overview of 10th prenatal visit.

  8. Preparing for Bottle Feeding

    You may plan to bottle feed your baby exclusively. Or you may choose to supplement breastfeeding with bottle feeding.

  9. Prenatal Visit Week 38

    Overview of 12th prenatal visit.

  10. When to Call Your Doctor Between Prenatal Visits

    Tips on when to call the doctor between visits.

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