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Week-By-Week Pregnancy Calculator And Calendar

Calculate your due date and then create your own personalized pregnancy calendar week-by-week. Follow your baby's new developments in weeks and days! ... more »
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Quiz: Are You Having A Boy or Girl?

Discovering your baby's sex is an exciting part of pregnancy, so let's do a little predicting! Find out whether you are having a boy or a girl! ... more »
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Due Date Calculator

This due date calculator helps you find out when you got pregnant, how many weeks you are, and your exact due date! ... more »
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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 »
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Pregnancy Guide

This pregnancy guide has everything you need to know from conception to postpartum: pregnancy basics, labor, birth, parenting, breastfeeding, nutrition, safety concerns, and more. ... more »
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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 »
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babyMed Pregnancy Calendar

Create your own personal pregnancy calendar to find your fertile days and follow your baby's development from conception to birth. Follow along as your baby grows and see what's new each week! ... more »

Cryptic pregnancy - What is it?

In a cryptic pregnancy the pregnant woman is not aware that she is pregnant until she goes into labor and delivers the baby. The word "cryptic" is a Greek word and it means "mysterious" or "obscure" or "hidden or ambiguous meaning", so a cryptic pregnancy is a mysterious or obscure or hidden or ambiguous pregnancy. ... more »
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Slow Rising hCG Levels

Slow Rising hCG Levels In Early Pregnancy hCG usually doubles every 48-72 hours very early in pregnancy, when the hCG is below 6,000 mIU/ml. A rise above 60% in 48 hours is considered normal and below 53% abnormal.  ... more »

How much water should I drink when pregnant and during pregnancy?

Water is your body's principal chemical component and makes up well over 50% of your total body weight. Everything in your body depends on the presence of water and fluids. Water cleanses your body and flushes toxins out of vital organs.Water carries nutrients to your cells, keeps cells alive and provides a moist environment for ear, nose and throat tissues. ... more »