Skin tags and moles during pregnancy are a perfectly normal symptom caused by the massive hormonal changes in your body. And yes, that does include labial skin tags during pregnancy! Find out more about skin tags, and what you can do about them, here.
What are the Symptoms of Pregnancy?
Pregnancy is different for every woman. But there are particular symptoms that most women experience and learning about them can help you be better prepared and know what to do when they appear.
Welcome to our comprehensive guide to pregnancy symptoms. We've tried to cover everything from the very first symptoms of pregnancy to the initial signs you're going into labor. From symptoms that most women experience (like the dreaded morning sickness!) to more unusual pregnancy symptoms (like sneezing!).
Scroll through the symptoms and explore the ones you're noticing, or check out our month by month guide and find out what pregnancy symptoms to expect in each of the stages of pregnancy.
You may find that around 26 weeks into your pregnancy, your belly button suddenly pops out and you have an ‘outie’ instead of an ‘innie’. This symptom can be irritating but it’s usually nothing to worry about. When he or she finally arrives, you might find your baby has an outie to match yours! Find out more about adult and newborn protruding navels here.
Does pregnancy really cause forgetfulness? Is it an actual symptom? Or an ‘Old Wive’s Tale’? We talk to Moms, and obstetricians to get the truth about forgetfulness during pregnancy. Plus, a little advice to keep you sane during your final trimester.
Can pregnancy cause depression? What are the signs I might have depression during pregnancy? Will depression during pregnancy affect Baby? Where can I get help and support? Your questions on anxiety and depression during pregnancy answered.
Is it normal to be emotional during early pregnancy? What about the second and third trimesters? What causes women to be more emotional during pregnancy? Where can I go for emotional support? Answers to ten commonly asked questions about being emotional during pregnancy.
Morning sickness or pregnancy nausea can be the bane of your life in the first trimester! Around 70% of women experience some form of pregnancy nausea and there’s nothing you can do to make it disappear entirely. But, luckily, there are a few little tricks you can use to ease the nausea and help you get through the day without having to run to the bathroom every ten minutes! Click here to find out more.
What are the earliest symptoms of pregnancy? Are there any ways to tell you’re pregnant before you take a pregnancy test? How do you tell the difference between pregnancy symptoms and premenstrual symptoms? Read our complete guide to the earliest symptoms of pregnancy here.
We all know about the most common symptoms of pregnancy, like morning sickness and needing to pee all the time. These are normal, low-risk symptoms. But which of the pregnancy symptoms are less common? And which could pose a risk to your, or your baby’s health? Find out in our guide to unusual pregnancy symptoms.