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Indigestion and heartburn in pregnancy

Indigestion (dyspepsia) and heartburn are very common during pregnancy. Find out how to recognise, treat and prevent indigestion.

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Pregnancy at week 28

You are now in the third trimester and you'll probably be feeling many of the common discomforts of pregnancy, like a sore back, swelling, heartburn or cramps.

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Pregnancy at week 25

As you are approaching the end of the second trimester, you might be starting to feel a bit uncomfortable as your baby continues to grow.

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Pregnancy at week 21

At week 21, you should consider whether to do any travel since you may not be able to for much longer in your pregnancy.

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Common myths about pregnancy

Here are some of the most common myths you might hear about being pregnant.

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Changes to your body during pregnancy

Pregnancy affects your body and can impact your mental health. Hormones play a role in many symptoms. Read about the changes and the help available.

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Fatigue and tiredness during pregnancy

Feeling tired or fatigued is quite common during pregnancy. Learn how to look after yourself and when to talk to your doctor or midwife.

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Being pregnant after 40

Being pregnant is an exciting time. But when you’re over the age of 40, there are a few extra things you need to think about.

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Pregnancy at week 33

Your baby's brain and nervous system are now fully developed, and the baby is continuing to gain weight. You'll probably also be feeling sore and tired.

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Sleep during pregnancy

Sleep can become a problem when you're pregnant. Here are some tips to help you get as much sleep as possible so you’re ready for your baby's arrival.

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