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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. Delayed Cord Clamping
Leaving your baby's umbilical cord intact immediately following labor and birth has many benefits for you and your baby's health.

2. You Have the Power to Experience a Full-Term Pregnancy
Who doesn´t know someone with a horrific preterm labor or birth story? Did you know that prematurity is almost always preventable with nutrition? You have the power to educate yourself and keep yourself healthy.

3. 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.

4. Baby Names Boys 901-1000
Here are the next 100 most popular baby names for boys.

5. Week Thirteen of Pregnancy - 13th Week
The baby has doubled in length in the past 7 weeks, and now free-floats in a watery environment provided by the amniotic fluid.

6. Week Twenty of Pregnancy - 20th Week
Your baby is half a foot long now; fitting for this, the halfway point of your pregnancy.

7. Figuring Your Estimated Due Date
One of the most important dates in a pregnant woman's mind is her "due date". How is a due date estimated and how accurate is it?

8. Week Thirty-Nine of Pregnancy - 39th Week
Learn about the changes of baby and mother during the thirty-ninth week of pregnancy.

9. Week Forty of Pregnancy - 40th Week
Is your baby posterior or anterior? Are you experiencing rounds of contractions?

10. Morning Sickness Solutions
Feeling nauseous during the second and third months of pregnancy is a fairly common experience for many women. The good news is it seldom lasts beyond the first trimester. So, no matter how poorly you feel, remember that “This too shall pass.”



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