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By Trimester

Each trimester is a major milestone for you and your family. It can be overwhelming at times, which is why we're providing you with the most important information as you progress through your pregnancy and welcome your newborn. Below are some key points for each trimester to help you learn more about your pregnancy.

First Trimester (0 to 14 weeks)

What Your Partner Should Know About Pregnancy
Early Pregnancy Loss
Prenatal Genetic Testing
Reducing the Risk of Birth Defects
Morning Sickness
Travel During Pregnancy

Second Trimester (15 to 28 weeks)

Nutrition During Pregnancy
Obesity and Pregnancy
Rh Factor
Gestational Diabetes
Flu Vaccine and Pregnancy

Third Trimester (29 weeks - delivery)

Cord Blood Banking
How To Tell When Labor Begins
Group B Strep & Pregnancy
T-dap Immunization
Premature Labor & Birth
When Pregnancy Goes Past Due Date
Cesarean Birth
Labor Induction
Preparing To Bring Baby Home
Newborn Male Circumcision

Fourth Trimester/Postpartum Care (delivery – 12 weeks post)

The postpartum period, also referred to as the fourth trimester, starts after the delivery of baby and usually lasts up to 12 weeks.

Postpartum Depression
Sex After Baby
Birth Control
Postpartum Checklist

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