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Pregnancy Calendar:

week-by-week information
Your body is rapidly undergoing new and exciting changes every day. Our pregnancy calendar walks you through the journey from week 4 to week 40. It's our step-by-step guide to every gurgle, kick, and craving!
Pregnancy Calendar:
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For some lucky women, labor is a breeze. For others, it can be very uncomfortable and painful-but it doesn't have to be. There are lots of ways to make yourself more comfortable during labor. You can learn and practice natural pain-relief techniques prior to labor, and you can try others as your labor progresses. Drugs and medical procedures are also available as needed.
Read Comfort Measures for Labor
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Breastfeeding offers a wonderful way to nourish and bond with your baby. To help get you started with nursing your baby, we'd like to share a little information and some great mom-tested tips. Learn all about breastfeeding.
Read Breastfeeding Basics

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The first weeks at home are likely to be challenging. Not only are you and your baby recovering from birth, you are getting to know each other and building a family. New parents often feel overwhelmed and out of touch with the rest of the world. You can help ease the stress of this time by planning to have some support.
Read Bringing Your Newborn Baby Home

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Should you exercise during pregnancy? A good rule of thumb is that if everything is going well, you can do almost any exercise you were doing before you got pregnant. And if you weren't exercising, then now's the time to start.
Read Get Moving: Exercise During Pregnancy
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The techniques you learn in childbirth classes to lessen your discomfort during labour don't quit working once you've given birth; they are life skills as well. These methods can help you relax while breastfeeding, stay calm during the most trying moments of parenthood, and even cope with the emotional and physical pains of life in general.
Read Life Skills
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Pregnancy is a very emotional experience. And for many women, the emotions and mood swings are just as challenging as the physical symptoms. Find out what makes pregnancy such an emotional time.
Read Runaway Emotions