Pregnancy Articles A-Z

10 Weeks Pregnant - 32 Weeks Pregnant

This page contains links to eMedTV Pregnancy Articles containing information on subjects from 10 Weeks Pregnant to 32 Weeks Pregnant. The information is organized alphabetically; the "Favorite Articles" contains the top articles on this page. Links in the box will take you directly to the articles; those same links are available with a short description further down the page.
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  • 10 Weeks Pregnant
    When you are 10 weeks pregnant, you may experience increased mood swings and additional weight gain. This eMedTV resource discusses weight gain during pregnancy and describes changes in the baby's development in the tenth week of pregnancy.
  • 11 Weeks Pregnant
    When you are 11 weeks pregnant, it's important to have another prenatal checkup. As this eMedTV article explains, this doctor's appointment will help monitor both your health and your baby's health. This page covers the eleventh week of pregnancy.
  • 12 Weeks Pregnant
    When you are 12 weeks pregnant, your baby's organs are becoming more defined and better developed. This eMedTV resource explains how new developments, such as increased blood supply, affect your body when you are 12 weeks pregnant.
  • 13 Weeks Pregnant
    At 13 weeks pregnant, you're in the last week of your first trimester. As explained in this eMedTV segment, symptoms of early pregnancy may subside this week; however, you may experience abdominal pain as the ligaments that hold your uterus stretch.
  • 14 Weeks Pregnant
    At 14 weeks pregnant, you are now in your second trimester. As this eMedTV page explains, your nausea should be subsiding, but you now may have constipation. This article discusses changes in your body and your baby's development during week 14.
  • 15 Weeks Pregnant
    At 15 weeks pregnant, you may experience abdominal pain, nosebleeds, and changes in your hair and skin. As this eMedTV resource explains, such changes are normal. This article describes what you can expect at 15 weeks pregnant.
  • 16 Weeks Pregnant
    When you are 16 weeks pregnant, your baby weighs about 3 ounces and can likely open its mouth and swallow. This eMedTV Web page describes what to expect at week 16 of pregnancy and discusses testing for possible birth defects.
  • 17 Weeks Pregnant
    At 17 weeks pregnant, you may be able to feel your baby move inside you. As this eMedTV page explains, your pregnancy should now be showing. This article describes what to expect when you are 17 weeks pregnant.
  • 18 Weeks Pregnant
    At 18 weeks pregnant, an ultrasound can help detect any potential problems with your baby's development. This eMedTV segment offers tips for choosing a pediatrician and discusses changes in you and your baby during the 18th week of pregnancy.
  • 19 Weeks Pregnant
    When you're 19 weeks pregnant, the baby is beginning to move more and is between 5.2 and 6 inches long. This eMedTV segment discusses the prenatal checkup you're likely to have at this time and includes information about anemia and pregnancy.
  • 20 Weeks Pregnant
    When you are 20 weeks pregnant, you may notice that your baby is quite active. As this eMedTV segment explains, you may also notice vaginal discharge at this time, which is normal in most cases. This page covers the 20th week of pregnancy in detail.
  • 21 Weeks Pregnant
    When you are 21 weeks pregnant, your weight is probably about to start increasing rapidly. This eMedTV article describes other things to expect at 21 weeks pregnant and explains how low-impact exercise may help ease symptoms of pregnancy.
  • 22 Weeks Pregnant
    At 22 weeks pregnant, you may experience sporadic, painless contractions. As this eMedTV resource explains, these are normal. This article describes changes in you and your baby that are likely to occur during the 22nd week of pregnancy.
  • 23 Weeks Pregnant
    Once you are 23 weeks pregnant, mood swings, itchy skin, and other symptoms may make it hard to sleep. This eMedTV Web page discusses other things to expect when you're 23 weeks pregnant and explains why you should consider sleeping on your side.
  • 24 Weeks Pregnant
    During week 24 of pregnancy, blood vessels in your baby's lungs are forming. This eMedTV page describes the prenatal checkup you'll probably have at 24 weeks pregnant and discusses risks the posed by gestational diabetes.
  • 25 Weeks Pregnant
    When you are 25 weeks pregnant, it's important to be aware of the signs of preterm labor, which this eMedTV article describes. This Web page also talks about hemorrhoids, forgetfulness, and other things you can expect during week 25 of pregnancy.
  • 26 Weeks Pregnant
    When you are about 26 weeks pregnant, your baby begins to make breathing movements. This eMedTV resource discusses other milestones in your baby's development that may occur in week 26 of pregnancy and provides tips for preparing the baby's room.
  • 27 Weeks Pregnant
    At 27 weeks pregnant, you're through your second trimester. However, as explained in this eMedTV resource, there are still physical changes for you to deal with and exciting development ahead for your baby when you're 27 weeks pregnant.
  • 28 Weeks Pregnant
    When you are 28 weeks pregnant, your doctor will likely discuss your Rh factor with you. This eMedTV segment explains the complications Rh incompatibility may cause along with other information concerning you and your baby at week 28 of pregnancy.
  • 29 Weeks Pregnant
    When you're 29 weeks pregnant, your baby's kicks should be more frequent. As this eMedTV Web page explains, you may also experience heartburn and pelvic pain at 29 weeks pregnant. This article looks at what you can expect during week 29 of pregnancy.
  • 3 Weeks Pregnant
    When you're 3 weeks pregnant, the egg has been fertilized and is implanted in your womb. This eMedTV segment explains what you and your partner can expect during this week of pregnancy and outlines how eating well can help ensure a healthy baby.
  • 30 Weeks Pregnant
    At 30 weeks pregnant, you may experience symptoms such as constipation, swelling, and indigestion. This eMedTV resource discusses how to alleviate these symptoms and includes information about your baby's development in week 30 of pregnancy.
  • 31 Weeks Pregnant
    At 31 weeks pregnant, you may want to think about breastfeeding versus bottle feeding. This eMedTV article discusses what you can expect during week 31 of pregnancy, such as backaches, breathlessness, and Braxton Hicks contractions.
  • 32 Weeks Pregnant
    You and your partner may want to discuss a birth plan when you are 32 weeks pregnant. This part of the eMedTV Web site provides a list of questions to help you with your birth plan. This page also tells you what you can expect during week 32.
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