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Here are the top ten articles for the Pregnancy Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. How To Check Your Own Cervix
Have you wondered what the doctor was talking about when he's doing a cervical exam? Learn how to check your own cervix.
2. What to expect at the hospital during labor
Are you feeling anxious about your labor and delivery? Well here are a few tips on what to expect during your hospital stay for the birth of your child.
3. Blood Pressure Chart
Every doctor visit while pregnant consists of a check of your blood pressure. But what does it mean? Learn about the desired range your blood pressure should fall in and what it means if it's too high.
4. Determining Your Due Date Without Ultrasound
You don´t have a last menstrual period date to go by, so how pregnant are you? Is ultrasound the only way to find out? Read through some ways to help you and your caregiver determine when your baby might arrive!
5. Pelvic Pain During Pregnancy
Pelvic pain is a common complaint affecting as many as 80 percent of pregnant women at some point during their pregnancy.
6. C-Section Facts and Risks
Having a c-section can be scary. Learn when you may need one and what to expect if you do. Read the facts and risks associated with a c-section.
7. Prodromal Labor
Learn about the benefits of prodromal labor and how to cope if you are experiencing it.
8. Top 10 Comfort Measures for Labor
Hoping to deliver your baby without drug intervention? You CAN do it, and a little preparation goes a long way when you´re riding that roller-coaster we call labor.
9. The Brewer Diet Explained
Forget worrying about weight gain. Find out how the Brewer diet can help you focus on getting the right nutrients and the correct amount of protein during your pregnancy.
10. Risks for Miscarriage
When you find out you´re pregnant, one of the first thoughts tends to be "will it be OK?". And maybe, "when will the risk be lower so we can more safely tell people?".
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