Second Trimester Directory
As you enter your second trimester of pregnancy, the morning sickness and fatigue that may have plagued you during the last three months should be easing, leaving you feeling more energetic and like your old self again. Your baby is growing quickly and your expanding belly is becoming a clear giveaway that you're pregnant. With the real heavy lifting still a few months away, the second trimester is, for many women, the easiest three months of pregnancy. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about the second trimester, what to expect, how you may feel, and much more.
When to Call Your Doctor
Not sure if you should be worried about a troubling symptom during pregnancy? WebMD helps you determine if and when you should call your doctor.
Vaccines in Pregnancy
Learn more from WebMD about which vaccines are safe and which are not for pregnant women.
Second Trimester of Pregnancy: What to Expect
WebMD explains what to expect during the second trimester of pregnancy.
Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Pregnancy
WebMD offers a list of key questions to ask your doctor about pregnancy.
Pregnant Moms Getting Fishy Advice
Expectant women should eat plenty of fish. Or should they? Sure, we know to steer clear of mercury-laden swordfish. But what about that can of tuna?
Pregnant Passions: Keep Intimacy Alive
If pregnancy has caused you and your partner to lose that lovin' feeling, don't despair; reviving intimacy may be easier than you think.
When Can You Feel the Baby Move?
Q: I have a girlfriend who is three months pregnant (12 weeks) and she says she can feel the baby move. Is this possible?
Sleep Soundly During Pregnancy
When you're pregnant, a host of discomforts conspire to rob you of sleep. From heartburn to leg cramps to endless bathroom trips, catching those much-needed ZZZs can be a big challenge. Here's help.