Now That You're Pregnant

  • Signs of Pregnancy/The Pregnancy Test

    The signs of pregnancy vary from woman to woman, but the most obvious sign usually is a missed period.

  • Calculating a Due Date

    First, determine the first day of your last menstrual period. Next, count back three calendar months and add one year and seven days to that date.

  • Prenatal Medical Care

    It may seem like you are having a lot of appointments, but regular visits to your doctor are an important part of a healthy pregnancy. You and your growing baby will be carefully monitored, with tests done to assess any potential risks and develop a treatment plan, if needed.

  • Pregnancy Over Age 30

    Many women today are waiting until later in life to have children. In the United States, birth rates for women in their 30s are at the highest levels in three decades.

  • Birth Statistics

    Statistics relating to birth rates

  • We're Pregnant–Tips for the Expectant Dad

    More than ever, men are actively involved throughout the pregnancy experience. The term expectant father really fits, as men support, worry, and plan right along with their pregnant partners. Some of the more common experiences for expectant dads are included here.

  • Tips for Traveling Moms-to-be

    Today’s society is increasingly mobile, and the demands of career and family often require travel during a woman’s pregnancy. Here are some tips and guidance for safe travels while you’re pregnant.

  • Pregnancy and Oral Health