We have pregnancy calendars, complete pregnancy information, answers to questions you have while pregnant, fertility questions and preparation, ovulation tracking and predictors, fertility charts, an ovulation calendar, an ovulation calculator, and much more. Get complete week by week, month by month, first second and third trimester knowledge and information to make your pregnancy and your baby's birth stress free and enjoyable.

Moms Who Think Fertility and Pregnancy

From fertility to week by week pregnancy and birth, we've got the information you need throughout your pregnancy.

We have pregnancy calendars, complete pregnancy information, answers to questions you have while pregnant, fertility questions and preparation, ovulation tracking and predictors, fertility charts, an ovulation calendar, an ovulation calculator, and much more.

Get complete week by week, month by month, first second and third trimester knowledge and information to make your pregnancy and your baby's birth stress free and enjoyable.

 


 

 

 

 

Learn all the signs and symptoms of pregnancy and how to get relief from breast tenderness, pregnancy dizziness, hemorrhoids, leg cramps, nasal stuffiness or runny nose, shortness of breath, teeth and gum problems, swelling, varicose veins, pregnancy constipation, pregnancy indigestion and heartburn, stretch marks, skin changes, itching and tingling, trouble sleeping during pregnancy and when to call the doctor

Use the suggestions in this guide to help ease pain and discomfort during pregnancy.

Pregnancy Information Guide Get all the knowledge you'll need about pregnancy basics, what you should and shouldn't do once you find out you're pregnant, what vitamins to take, what foods to avoid, how much sleep to get and more with our basic pregnancy information list

For all the basics of what you should and shouldn't do once you find out you're pregnant, this is the list for you!

Pregnancy Questions and Answers from early pregnancy, how to tell if you're pregnant, symptoms of pregnancy, pregnancy guides for each trimester, pregnancy month by month and pregnancy week by week.Get answers to questions about labor and birth and pregnancy complications.

Pregnancy is a time filled with questions about your health, your baby's health and what to expect along the way.

You can get relief from the many uncomfortable symptoms of pregnancy like morning sickness, pregnancy fatigue, moodiness and more. There really is a lot that can be done to lessen the discomforts of pregnancy, making life much more manageable until baby arrives.

A lot can be done to lessen the discomforts of pregnancy, making life much more manageable while you are pregnant.

Find out what to expect during prenatal testing including Screening Tests, Targeted Ultrasound, Maternal Serum Marker Screening Test, Nuchal Translucency Screening (NTS), and Diagnostic Tests like Amniocentesis and Chorionic Villus Sampling (CVS).

Become a partner with your doctor to manage your care. Keep all of your appointments , every one is important! Ask questions and read to educate yourself about this exciting time. The importance of regular check-ups cannot be stressed enough.

What to expect with fetal movements, when the kicks and movements start during pregnancy and how to count movements.

It doesn’t matter if this is your first pregnancy or your fourth those first fetal movements are one of the highlights of the nine month gestational period. It is thrilling to feel the baby as her feet and hands kick, flap and turn cartwheels inside the womb.

Pregnant with Multiples Get the information you need for having a healthy pregnancy with twins, triplets or more.

Being pregnant with multiples differs dramatically from being pregnant with one child.

In the first trimester of pregnancy this is what you can expect...pregnancy can be broken down into trimesters, or three month periods of time in which you and your baby change and grow. In the first trimester, the most important thing you can do for yourself and your baby is to see a doctor. Having regular prenatal visits is a crucial part of a healthy pregnancy.

Congratulations! You are in your first trimester of pregnancy! This is what you can expect...

The Second Trimester of Pregnancy - Get week to week information, facts about complications and more you'll need in months 3 through 6.

The second trimester of pregnancy is a time when many women feel much better. The tiredness of the first trimester is over and your nausea has most likely disappeared.

The Third Trimester of Pregnancy - Get week to week information, labor and delivery facts and checklists you'll need in months 6 through 9.

Welcome to your third trimester of pregnancy, you're in the home stretch! As your pregnancy progresses, your doctor will need to monitor your blood pressure and weight.

Pregnancy Information Guide

Your Baby's Growth:

For the first eight weeks your developing baby is called an embryo. Limb buds, which will grow into arms and legs, appear during this time. The embryo resembles a tadpole. The heart and lungs are beginning to form. Around the 25th day the heart starts to beat.

Pregnancy Information Guide

Your Baby:

All of the major body organs and systems are formed, but are not completely developed yet. The placenta is visible and working. Tiny ears, ankles, and wrists are formed. The eyelids form and grow but are still sealed shut. The fingers and toes are developed this month.

Pregnancy Information Guide

Your Baby:

After eight weeks as an embryo, your baby is now called a fetus. The fingers and toes have soft nails. The mouth has 20 buds that will become baby teeth. You can hear your baby's heartbeat using a special instrument called a "doppler."

Pregnancy Information Guide

Your Baby's Growth:

Your baby moves, kicks, swallows, and can hear your voice. The umbilical cord continues to grow and thicken to carry enough nourishment from mother to fetus. The placenta is now fully formed and functioning completely.

Pregnancy Information Guide

Your Baby:

The fetus becomes more active now, turning from side to side and sometimes doing somersaults. The fingernails have reached the tips of the fingers. The fetus now sleeps and wakes at regular intervals. This is a month of rapid growth; at the end of the fifth month of pregnancy, your baby is 8 to 12 inches long and weighs between eight ounces and one pound.

Pregnancy Information Guide

Your Baby's Growth:

The baby's skin is red and wrinkled and covered with fine, soft hair called lanugo. At this stage the fetus is usually too small to be born; its lungs are too immature for life outside its mother. If born now because of preterm labor, the fetus may possibly survive with intensive care. The eyelids begin to open this month. Fingerprints can be seen.

Pregnancy Information Guide

Your Baby's Growth:

Rapid brain growth continues in month 7. The fetus is getting too big now to move around very much but can kick strongly and roll. You may notice the shape of an elbow or heel through your belly.

Pregnancy Information Guide

Your Baby's Growth:

Rapid brain growth is continuing in month 8 of your pregnancy. The fetus can kick strongly and roll. The bones of the head are soft and flexible to make it easier to fit through the birth canal.

Pregnancy Information Guide

Your Baby's Growth:

At 38 weeks pregnant to 40 weeks pregnant your baby is considered full term. The baby's lungs are mature and are able to function on their own. During this month the baby gains about a half a pound a week. The baby usually drops into a head-down position.

After Your Baby is Born post birth advice on how to make the transition to being a new parent easier

Baby’s arrival is just around the corner, and the stage is all set. All that remains is labor, delivery and post birth recovery then….Then what?  Having a baby only changes or rearranges everything right down to furniture placement and showering habits.

Post Birth Recovery - Find out what to expect including bleeding, weight loss after pregnancy, feeding your baby and postpartum depression.

Congratulations, you are no longer pregnant! You have a beautiful baby, probably the most perfect baby the world has ever known, and you are eager to speed through your post birth recovery and enjoy your new life as a mom.

Breastfeeding for the Working Mom covers the basics of breastfeeding and how to make it work when you go back to work.

If you are having a baby one of the many things weighing on your mind may be the prospect of breastfeeding. Should you do it? Will it hurt? Will your breasts ever be the same? How exactly does a breast pump work?

When to introduce baby foods other than milk or formula, what to feed your baby, and how to feed a baby solid foods.

Feeding a baby is really fun! Just think about it; at what other stage of life is such a ready form of excitement and entertainment available at every meal.

Get the basics on feeding a newborn breastmilk or formula.

New parents are consumed with concerns for their children: which are the best diapers, what kind of schooling will be necessary, what is the best choices for feeding baby?

How to tell if your baby is teething and how to help ease their discomfort.

Sooner or later all parents experience their baby’s transformation from a happy, easy going bundle of toothless grins into a teething baby: otherwise known as a crabby, sleepless, food refusing, runny nosed cranky-pants.

There are many safe medication and non-medication options that can be used effectively to calm and comfort the pain of teething.

When a teething baby is so uncomfortable, disconsolate and just miserable any parent would want to take the pain away, yet feel at a loss as to how.

Great Nursery Ideas

With a baby on the way many moms scour the Internet or devour magazines looking for the best nursery ideas. These are nursery ideas that can make your child’s room unique and beautiful.

For the most effective use of your changing table follow these tips and baby room ideas.

The changing table has become a completely essential piece of furniture. To make the most effective use of your changing table follow these tips and nursery ideas.

The best baby's room ideas for functionality.

When setting up your baby’s very first space it can be challenging to come up with nursery ideas that create the exact look and feel you, as a new parent, want to surround your baby.

A complete glossary that includes the definitions of terms related to pregnancy, fetal development, pregnancy complications, and pregnancy testing along with various medical terms related to pregnancy.

The following list includes the definitions of terms related to pregnancy, fetal development, pregnancy complications, and pregnancy testing along with various medical terms related to pregnancy.

Chinese Birth Chart - How to use it to predict whether you are having a baby boy or girl  (also known as the Chinese Birth Calendar or the Chinese Pregnancy Calendar)

It is important when using the Chinese Birth Chart, to use it the correct way to predict baby gender.

Chinese pregnancy calendar

This is an example on how to use the Chinese Pregnancy Calendar and Chinese Birth Chart

The Chinese Pregnancy Calendar Chart will tell you if you're having a boy or a girl!

The Chinese Pregnancy Calendar is based on legend, and has been used to predict whether an unborn child will be a boy or a girl.

According to legend, the Chinese pregnancy calendar was buried in a royal tomb almost 900 years ago and was just recently discovered.

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