Videos You Must WatchBreastfeeding Videos
Many women have questions about how to properly breastfeed their baby, what positions are best for breastfeeding, and how to get your baby to latch on to the breast properly.
We have added these breastfeeding videos to help you with these questions.Videos of Babies In the Womb
These are videos of fetal development that we found on the web we hope you enjoy them.H1N1 Vaccine Your Worst Nightmare?
You Must Watch these Videos All the Way Through – It Could Save You a Lifetime of Pain & Suffering. The truth will protect you more than you can imagine..This video should be watched by every member of your family…
I promise you You will want to finish all of these videos.Read More Posts From This Category
Week by WeekPregnancy Week by Week
Below is a list of each and every week of your pregnancy. Click on the week you are interested in and read about you and your baby. When available we provide pictures of what your fetus may look like.
If you would like this information emailed to you every week of your pregnancy, be sure to sign up for Week by Week. We will email you your current week of pregnancy and every week there after.What Does A Fetus Look Like at 20 Weeks?
More pictures of 20 week old fetuses in the womb. These are amazing pictures you will truly enjoy.Week 35 of Your Pregnancy
Your uterus is about 4 inches above your belly button. By the end of your pregnancy you will have gained on average between 25 and 35 pounds.Week 30 of Your Pregnancy
Your uterus is about 4 inches above your belly button. By the end of your pregnancy you will have gained on average between 25 and 35 pounds.Week 5 of Your Pregnancy
You may begin feeling some pregnancy symptoms this week. Your body is producing copious amounts of pregnancy hormones. These hormones will have a widespread effect on your entire body.Week 37 of Your Pregnancy
The top of your uterus is 6 ½ to 6 ¾ inches above your belly button. Your uterus may measure the same size as it did last week.Read More Posts From This Category
Pains and DiscomfortsRib Pain During Pregnancy
Rib pain during pregnancy can be a persistent problem, especially during the third trimester. Your rib cage may feel mildly sore or extremely tender and bruised. You may have discomfort on either side, or both sides, though it is commonly worse on the right side of the ribs. Pain occurs in and under the ribs [...]Swollen Feet During Pregnancy
Many women experience swollen feet and ankles during pregnancy, particularly during the second and third trimesters. This swelling of the feet is known as edema. You have large arteries and veins that travel through your pelvis down your legs, and the increasing size of your belly puts pressure on them, slowing your circulation and making it more difficult for your body to return blood and fluid up from your legs.Sciatic Nerve Pain During Pregnancy
Because it runs under the uterus, sciatic pain, also called sciatica, may be caused by your growing baby putting pressure on the sciatic nerve. Sciatic nerve pain can vary in intensity. You may feel pain, numbness, tingling, or burning sensations. Because the sciatic nerve spans all the way to the foot, you may feel pain, numbness, tingling or discomfort along the leg and possibly into your feet and toes.Read More Posts From This Category