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From your first pregnancy calculator and due date predictions, we have you covered. Just The Facts, Baby will prepare you with the expert pregnancy facts and advice you need to navigate your pregnancy in style. Here's how to look and feel your best and be prepared when your new baby arrives.

At-Home Pilates Pregnancy Workout

January 8th, 2015 | By: Tracey Mallett
Pilates is a great way to stay in shape during your pregnancy and can even help prepare your body for labor. Try these tips and at-home workout.
At-Home Pilates Pregnancy Workout

When everything from your muscles and joints to your internal organs is changing shape and shifting, things can get a little uncomfortable. The solution? Pilates can help your body feel more like it's self. It can improve your breathing, relieve back pain and keep you flexible. It can even help you recover your body shape after birth.) Here's how to get started.

Which is Better: Midwife, Doula or Doctor?

January 8th, 2015 | By: Sydney Loney
Your guide to choosing the best care before, during and after delivery
Which is Better: Midwife, Doula or Doctor?

From where to deliver to how to choose between a doctor, midwife or doula, moms-to-be have a lot of important decisions to make – and it can be overwhelming. "You really need to plan ahead to create the most positive experience for you and your baby," says author and childbirth educator Gail J. Dahl. Here's what you can do to ensure you get the best pre- and post-natal care possible.

Third Trimester Infant Development

December 9th, 2014 | By: Dr. Peter Doubilet and Dr. Carol Benson
A look at how your baby changes from weeks 26 to 40
Third Trimester Infant Development

As you begin the third trimester, you're entering the homestretch of your pregnancy–literally. Your belly is getting bigger by the week and this added size (possibly combined with trouble sleeping and Braxton-Hicks contractions), may be causing you some discomfort. Your baby continues to put on weight and his organs will finish maturing during the third trimester. Here's a detailed look at his development in the final three months:

Choosing the Right Pregnancy and Nursing Bra

December 9th, 2014 | By: Nancy Ripton
Bra shopping is never easy – especially when you're pregnant or nursing. Here's how to find the perfect fit:
Choosing the Right Pregnancy and Nursing Bra

Your breasts will change in size throughout your pregnancy and for as long as you nurse, which makes finding comfortable bras a challenge. Here's how to get the best, most comfortable fitting bras whether you're pregnant or nursing.

Second Trimester Infant Development

December 9th, 2014 | By: Dr. Peter Doubilet and Dr. Carol Benson
A look at how your baby changes from week 14 to week 25.
Second Trimester Infant Development

Often referred to as "the honeymoon phase," the second trimester lies between the first, in which women are often plagued by morning sickness, and the third, in which moms are often carrying so much extra weight that they're ready for the pregnancy to be over. And, when it comes to ultrasounds, the second trimester is the most exciting time for parents. The baby's face, limbs, and internal organs are now large enough to see in exquisite detail. And, if your baby cooperates during your ultrasound, you may even be able to determine its sex.