Pregnancy Learning Center
You feel sick but happy. You're tired but excited about the future. Your body is changing and your moods are volatile. You are pregnant. Are you ready? Learn about what's happening to you and your baby at the Pregnancy Learning Center.
You'll find out what to expect during the first trimester, along with signs and ... It's
normal to see a thin, milky white discharge (called leukorrhea) early in your
pregnancy. You can wear a panty liner if it makes you feel more comfortable, but
Oct 8, 2014 ... During the early stages of pregnancy, Moss encourages her patients ... Often the
first tipoff of pregnancy, a missed period might make a woman ...
... in any pregnancy. But when exactly will you have your first ultrasound scan? ...
Early pregnancy units will try to find a female sonographer if you request one.
Oct 6, 2014 ... Understanding a pregnancy week by week can help you make informed
decisions and prepare for the big changes that lie ahead.
First-time moms show their baby bump earlier than veteran moms. ... Less often,
twins or multiples are responsible for an early bulge. ... "Sometimes a woman's
uterus is tilted toward the back (retroverted), which can cause her to show later.
Your first ultrasound will typically be done between 18 and 20 weeks, but you
may ... If you need an ultrasound early in pregnancy, it may be necessary to use a
Having a scan in the first few weeks of pregnancy can be thrilling. ... A dating and
viability scan, between six and nine weeks and an early .... Your doctor will be
following these guidelines, so she will be absolutely sure of her findings. If there
Mar 14, 2014 ... How will my baby develop week by week? What are the changes that happen to
a woman's body during the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd trimester of her pregnancy? Body
aches ... Next: What is the first trimester (week 1-week 12)?
For first-time moms, the average length of early labor is six to 12 hours. ... After
your baby's head is delivered, his or her airway will be cleared and your health ...