Understanding your pregnancy week by week can help you make good decisions throughout your pregnancy.  A pregnancy in singleton pregnancies lasts an average of 40 weeks (280 days) from the first day of the last menstrual period to the estimated date of delivery or 266 days from the time of ovulation/fertilization to the dues date. BabyMed teaches you everything you need to know about pregnancy, from getting pregnant to nutrition and sex to having a healthy baby. The more you know about your pregnancy week by week, the more prepared you'll be to face what lies ahead.

hcg levels in early pregnancy; hcg blood test results explained

All the Things Nobody Told You About Getting Pregnant, Pregnancy, and Postpartum

So you are trying to get pregnant? Or you are pregnant or just had a baby? Your friends and the books tell you how easy it is to get pregnant. How to improve your chances getting pregnant? They tell you about morning sickness, swollen ankles, or hiow painful labor is.   ... more »
Conception Calculator: When did I conceive? When did I get pregnant? What is my date of conception?

Pregnancy Due Date Conception Calculator - When Did I Conceive?

Our pregnancy due date calculator answers your questions "When did I get pregnant?" "When did I conceive?" Find out when you got pregnant, how many weeks you are & the exact due date. ... more »
default image

Fetal Health Monitoring

Women with high-risk pregnancies and those who experience other complications often need a close watch of the fetus for potential problems or complications. ... more »
sex and trying to get pregnant

Sex Getting Pregnant And During Pregnancy And

Sexual intercourse and sex before and during pregnancy are essential when getting pregnant and trying to conceive. BabyMed helps you sort through all the information you need to know. ... more »
www.babymed.com:hcg-numbers-in-early-pregnancy

hCG Information Levels and Numbers in Early Pregnancy

hCG pregnancy hormone information on hCG numbers in early pregnancy and all the facts are presented here. ... more »
default image

Before Your ObGyn Examination

The ObGyn Examination is an important part of a woman's life. It is important to remember that the examination is for your benefit. ... more »
default image

New Pregnancy Exercise Routines

Women who are pregnant should start a daily exercise program even if they have not exercised prior to pregnancy. ... more »
default image

Foods To Improve Fertility

Much advice is given about what to eat while you are pregnant. Even more advice can be found for what to avoid while you are pregnant. But what should you eat if you want to improve your fertility?  ... more »
Is it safe in pregnancy?

Is it Safe? How Safe is it in Pregnancy?

Read here more about what is safe and what is not in pregnancy and while trying to conceive. Which activities and sports, which foods, which exposures can potentially harm your developing baby? ... more »
Pregnancy Wheel Due Date Calculator

Your due date is only accurate if it's calculated correctly

Your due date, the calulated day when the baby is due, is the most important information you should know. Not because the baby will be born exactly on that day, only 5% of all babies are born on their due date, and 80% are born within 2 weeks before and after the due date. ... more »

Pages