Tagged With Pregnancy

Amy Schumer says she resents how much pregnant women have to 'suck it the f--k up and act like everything is fine'


How and when to have sex for the first time after giving birth, according to sexual health experts


Yes, you can get pregnant on your period especially if you have an irregular cycle



How to increase fertility and boost your chances of getting pregnant faster


A woman pregnant with twins has 2 wombs and a baby growing in each one


Women who've been pregnant during the pandemic are advising others to wait: 'I don't think I would have had a third kid. Period.'



Pregnant women may be more likely to suffer severe coronavirus infections, according to the largest study of its kind


A baby was born with a second mouth, and doctors had to surgically remove the extra teeth and tongue


A beauty YouTuber filmed her emotional reaction to finding out she was pregnant after 15 years of struggling with infertility


Can you have sex while pregnant? Yes, as long as you are having a healthy pregnancy


A UN report predicts millions of unintended pregnancies due to healthcare restrictions during lockdown


Health benefits of breastfeeding over formula



Experts are calling for an 'urgent investigation' into the high rate of pregnant women of colour hospitalized with coronavirus


Insomnia during pregnancy is common — here's how to get better sleep when you're expecting


7 surprising ways celebrities announced they were pregnant


I had a high-risk pregnancy, and was terrified to give birth during the pandemic. Everything's even scarier now that my son has been born.



Katie Miller, Mike Pence's spokeswoman and Stephen Miller's wife, returns to work after negative coronavirus tests, announces she's pregnant


The coronavirus may damage the placenta during pregnancy, according to a study of 16 pregnant women


The coronavirus 'baby boom' is only for the rich and famous. Most people are too terrified to think about having kids right now.


The US birth rate has fallen to the lowest in 35 years, and experts worry we could face a 'demographic time bomb'