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  1. Foot Size

    Why your feet may expand when you're pregnant.

  2. Allergies

    If you have allergies, pregnancy can make your symptoms worse. But you're right to worry about taking allergy medicine during pregnancy. Pregnant women shouldn't take some allergy drugs.

  3. Crying Spells

    Mood swings and crying spells are a normal part of pregnancy, especially during your first trimester as hormones ramp up.

  4. Contraction Stress Test (CST) With Twins

    The contraction stress test helps predict how your babies will do during labor.

  5. Stretch Marks With Twins

    Why most women get stretch marks when they're pregnant.

  6. Third Trimester Tips for Twins

    Third Trimester Tips for Twins

  7. Biophysical Profile (BPP) With Twins

    The biophysical profile is a combination of tests that check your unborn babies' health.

  8. Rh Factor (Twins)

    The Rh factor test is one of the first and most important blood tests you'll have while pregnant.

  9. Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD) Tests

    Prenatal STD tests may rule out possible problems, including chlamydia, hepatitis B, herpes, gonorrhea, syphilis, and HIV.

  10. Quadruple Screen (Quad Screen)

    The quad screen is a test done in the second trimester to check for some birth defects.

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