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You’re pregnant: Know what to expect to have the healthiest pregnancy possible.

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Having a nutritious diet, a healthy body weight, exercising, and reducing stress are great ways to enhance your fertility.

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From abstinence, to IUDs, to the pull out method, we’re ranking how likely you can get pregnant from your prevention method of choice.

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Pregnancy can cause a range of symptoms, from aches and pains to skin problems to swollen hands and feet. Most are harmless, but there are ways to reduce and treat the symptoms.

Round ligament pain occurs during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy and feels like a sharp pain in the lower abdomen area. It’s normal but there are things you can do to try to prevent it.

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An ectopic pregnancy is when a fertilized egg (called an embryo) attaches itself outside of the womb. It is a serious condition that can cause severe abdominal pain and heavy, life-threatening bleeding.

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Lightning crotch is a sharp, shooting pain that can happen toward the end of your pregnancy. It can feel scary, but it’s from your baby getting into position for delivery.

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Gestational diabetes is a form of high blood sugar affecting pregnant women with little to no symptoms. Treatments include monitoring blood sugar and maintaining a diet.

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