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.
WebMD provides a few tips for taking care of yourself during pregnancy.
Pregnancy Discomforts -- the Basics
Expecting? WebMD's tips on maintaining a healthy pregnancy.
Baby's Growth and Development in the Second Trimester of Pregnancy
WebMD tells you how your baby is growing in the second trimester of pregnancy.
Amniocentesis can give doctors essential information about the health of your fetus. Learn more from WebMD about the risks and benefits of this procedure.
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?
What's It Like in the Womb?
Thanks to ultrasound and other high-tech tools allowing a peek inside the womb, scientists have discovered a virtual sensory playground in which your baby is living.
Hot, humid -- and heavy with child. Pregnancy can make the summer seem hotter. But following a few simple guidelines can keep you cool.
Predicting Your Baby's Sex
How well do old wives' tales work in predicting your baby's sex?