Pregnancy Stages / Development
Pregnancy is an exciting time in a parent’s life. It is a time that is filled with a lot of happiness but there are also a lot of questions expecting parents will have.
At Moms Who Think, we know what it’s like to be expecting your little one and we are familiar with many of the things that are on parent’s minds. That’s why we have an entire section of our site devoted to pregnancy.
We start by talking about what you can expect during your pregnancy. We cover topics like mood swings, complications, cravings, pain, symptoms and more.
Then we prepare you for your time with your newborn. We give you helpful advice on feedings, what you should buy for your baby’s nursery and what to do when your baby begins teething.
We also tackle more difficult topics of pregnancy like how to deal with miscarriages, postpartum depression and more.
Our pregnancy section contains four pages of material ensuring we leave no stone unturned.
So, if you want to know what to expect when you’re expecting, check out the Moms Who Think web site. We have the answers to many of your questions enabling you to put your uncertainty aside and enjoy this special time of your life.
6 Weeks PregnantUpdated:
Pregnancy Body Changes at 6 Weeks Pregnant At 6 weeks pregnant, morning sickness may be rearing its ugly head. Nausea affects one third to one half of all pregnant women and usually subsides or even disappears by the start of the second trimester. It may be caused by a higher level of estrogen, as well […]Read more »
22 Weeks PregnantUpdated:
Pregnancy Body Changes at 22 Weeks Pregnant At 22 weeks pregnant, you are still feeling pretty good and active. If you are still having aches and pains or feel like you are slowing down you may want to look into some different remedies for the problems you’re experiencing. You will begin to gain weight more […]Read more »
38 Weeks PregnantUpdated:
Pregnancy Body Changes at 38 Weeks Pregnant By the time you are 38 weeks pregnant, you may be going to the bathroom more than ever. Your bladder is extremely compressed as your baby is pressing on it As your due date approaches, it is a good idea to familiarize yourself with what to expect in […]Read more »
Childbirth Checklist: What to Pack in Your Hospital BagUpdated:
When it’s time to deliver your baby, be prepared for the hospital with this handy checklist. You’ll want to have all of the comforts of home to ensure you’re not worried about anything and you’re completely able to focus on the safe arrival of your new baby. That said, gather the items on the below […]Read more »
The Third TrimesterUpdated:
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.Read more »
The Second TrimesterUpdated:
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.Read more »
The First TrimesterUpdated:
Congratulations! You are in your first trimester of pregnancy! This is what you can expect…Read more »
Complications | Labor and BirthUpdated:
Pregnancy Complications Premature Labor Premature or preterm labor is when a woman goes into labor before the 37th week of pregnancy, or three weeks before her due date. The earlier pre-term labor is spotted and treated, the better chance of stopping it. When symptoms go untreated, the cervix may open and cause an early […]Read more »
Pregnancy Information GuideUpdated:
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!Read more »
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.Read more »
Signs and Symptoms of PregnancyUpdated:
Use the suggestions in this guide to help ease pain and discomfort during pregnancy.Read more »