Common discomforts during pregnancy
Morning sickness is a feeling of nausea or the experience of vomiting during pregnancy. Find out why some women get it and what you can do to relieve ...
Backache in pregnancy
There are several things you can do to help prevent backache from happening during your pregnancy, and to help you cope with an aching back if it does...
Bladder and bowel problems during pregnancy
During pregnancy, many women experience some rather unpleasant conditions. Maintaining a healthy diet and doing regular exercise can help make life a ...
Changes to hair during pregnancy
Hormonal changes during pregnancy can make your hair thicker or thinner. Learn about these changes and whether you can dye hair while pregnant.
Changes to your skin during pregnancy
As your pregnancy develops, you may find that you experience changes to your skin and hair.
Dealing with fatigue during your pregnancy
Feeling tired, a bit faint and hotter than usual is quite common during pregnancy, and its all down to your hormones.
Headaches during pregnancy
Headaches are common at various stages of pregnancy. Find out what can help improve your symptoms, and when you should see your doctor.
Indigestion and heartburn in pregnancy
Indigestion (dyspepsia) and heartburn are very common during pregnancy. Find out how to recognise, treat and prevent indigestion.
Leg cramps during pregnancy
Leg cramps are a normal but sometimes uncomfortable part of your pregnancy. Find out how to treat and help prevent leg cramps.
Swelling during pregnancy
Swollen ankles and feet are very common during pregnancy. Find out how you can help relieve some of the discomfort and know whether any symptoms are s...
Vaginal discharge during pregnancy
Almost all women have more vaginal discharge in pregnancy as it helps prevent any infections travelling up from the vagina to the womb.
Thrush during pregnancy and breastfeeding
Changes in the levels of female hormones during pregnancy increase your chances of developing thrush and make it more likely to keep coming back.
Varicose veins are a common but uncomfortable part of pregnancy and usually go away without treatment. Find out here how you can ease the discomfort.