It’s quite common to experience discomfort and pain during early pregnancy. These symptoms, such as ‘morning sickness’, can be challenging, but resources are available to help manage them. The good news is that most of the time, these settle down. By staying informed and taking proactive steps to manage discomforts and pain, your pregnancy experience can be more comfortable, allowing you to focus on the stuff that matters — connection, joy, love, and other beautiful things life offers us! Check out our valuable resources on common discomforts and tips for managing and alleviating these symptoms.
Although most pregnancies progress smoothly, it’s important to be aware of potential complications that can arise during early pregnancy. While many people may not share their own lived experiences, did you know that the estimated number of miscarriages is likely higher than what’s reported since many occur early in the first trimester, sometimes even before people realize they’re pregnant? For all the bumps that may come along the journey, we’ve gathered valuable information on common complications during early pregnancy, as well as steps you can take to minimize your risk. By staying informed and seeking the support of your healthcare provider when needed, you can help ensure the best possible outcome for you and your baby.
Wondering how COVID-19 might still affect your pregnancy experience? Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered. Since early in the pandemic, our website has offered a comprehensive list of resources and support related to COVID-19 and pregnancy. From information on vaccine safety to guidance on prenatal care, we’ve compiled all the latest information to help you navigate and decide what’s best for you. Visit our COVID-19 page today to stay informed and up to date.
Check out our resources for answers to common questions and concerns during the next stage of your pregnancy journey. For example, does diabetes run in your family? If so, maybe exploring information on gestational diabetes, a common condition that can occur during pregnancy, would be valuable for you. Check our resources for the themes and topics that lay ahead.