Healthy Pregnancy Guide
Ready to take on motherhood? Most of us need all the help we can get. CareSource has gathered some great information to help you stay your healthiest, feel your best and enjoy it every step of the way.
Nine Months of Changes
Many women start noticing the signs of pregnancy two to three weeks after conception: the queasy stomach, tender breasts, sensitivity to odors and tastes, and feeling tired for no reason. If your pregnancy test comes back positive, congratulations! Visit What to Expect to learn more about pregnancy.
A Pregnancy Must-Have: Good Prenatal Care
Now that you know you’re pregnant, the most important thing you can do for you and your baby is to make an appointment with your doctor. Seeing your doctor early, and regularly throughout your pregnancy can spot problems before they occur and prevent problems during delivery.
- Medical Care During Pregnancy
- Preventing an Early Birth
- Pregnancy Calendar: A Week by Week Guide
- Taking Care of Your Mental Health During Pregnancy
- Birth Plans
- Count the Kicks free app
- 9 Scientific Hints to Predict the Sex of Your Baby
- 10 Things that Might Surprise You about Being Pregnant
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