Good news! You’re well into your pregnancy by the second trimester! You would have experienced many classic symptoms such as morning sickness and fatigue by now. You should also continue to go for scans and tests in the second trimester to make sure that your foetus is growing healthily. Your growing baby and body would also need more nutrients by the second trimester. You can read up on all the information you need to survive the second trimester right here in this section!
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Welcome to the second trimester of your pregnancy! Our week by week guide will be your companion as your baby bump starts to become more visible and your body experiences new changes.
Thinking about bodily changes during pregnancy is common to all pregnant women. But about belly button changes? This is a body part that most of us rarely think about. However, it does go through some changes during pregnancy.
Prenatal Pilates can help to improve flexibility while pregnant and also prepare your body for labour and delivery. Here's how..
Being pregnant does not have to mean you are a fashion mishap. Dressing your bump is fun! We put together a must-have list of essentials for your pregnancy wardrobe.
Doctors recommend that you exercise lightly while pregnant to stay in shape and to make delivery easier. Here are 6 things not to do when exercising while pregnant.
About two to five percent of babies are both with some type of birth defect. While small, it's a scary percentage for expecting mothers. Dr. Tony Tan, a specialist in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Raffles Women’s Centre credits the defects to something unfortunately out of anyone's control.
"[They] may be due to chromosomal abnormality, genetic disease or structural abnormality in the baby," he says.
For this reason, medical experts say it's important for women of all ages, not…
Iron deficiency anemia is a condition which affects pregnant women. Find out how you can avoid it and what you can do to help overcome it. Learn which foods are a good source of iron.
Pregnancy sleep can be difficult to master. Each trimester has its own set of challenges. Here are some useful tips for getting better pregnancy sleep.
As an expectant mum, it is perfectly normal to have concerns. If you're thinking about travelling, read through eight of the most commonly asked questions regarding travelling when pregnant.
Do you find yourself needing the loo more now you are expecting? Is it normal to urinate all the time when pregnant? We explore this common side effect of pregnancy.