Pregnancy and RLS
WebMD explains why pregnancy may put you at increased risk of getting restless legs syndrome (RLS). Also, what pregnant women with RLS can do to help improve the condition.
Should I Eat My Placenta?
In some cultures it's not uncommon for a woman to eat the placenta after giving birth. Is there any validity to the arguments that claim doing so has benefits? WebMD explores the science.
Your Guide to Prenatal Testing
What to expect from ultrasounds, blood tests, and other prenatal exams.
The Basics of Water Birth
WebMD explains the water birth process, including benefits of water birth, preparing for water birth, and possible risks of water birth.
What It Costs to Have and Raise a Baby
Your little bundle of joy can cost a bundle. Here's some idea of what to expect.
Sex During and After Pregnancy
Is it safe to have sex during your pregnancy? What are the risks, if any? Are there positions we should avoid? WebMD explains pregnant sex and sex after baby arrives.
10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Pregnancy
WebMD offers a list of 10 key questions to ask your doctor about pregnancy.
Your Pregnancy Week by Week: Weeks 1-4
Learn about your baby's development from conception through the first four weeks of your pregnancy in WebMD's Pregnancy Week by Week guide.
Preeclampsia and Eclampsia
WebMD explains preeclampsia and eclampsia, including the risk factors, symptoms and treatment of this serious condition that pregnant women can develop.
What to Know About Ectopic Pregnancy
An ectopic pregnancy occurs when an embryo implants somewhere other than the uterus, such as in one of the fallopian tubes. Learn more from WebMD about the symptoms, causes, and treatment of an ectopic pregnancy.