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Are you planning to get pregnant or already expecting a baby? Use our guide to staying healthy all nine months of your pregnancy and beyond.

Yoga is the go-to for prenatal fitness, but what if you get light-headed or dizzy in yoga or experience carpal tunnel during pregnancy?

As a woman familiar with infertility struggles, this R.D. knows the one thing you can control: fueling your body with these fertility-enhancing foods.

Diastisis recti is a common condition that many women suffer from during and after pregnancy—and leave many feeling embarrassed of their bodies as a result.

This Dubai woman might be the first to have children using an ovary that was removed before puberty.

The first-ever U.S. uterus transplant has been a success so far—meaning infertile women across the country might someday be able to have kids of their own.

One woman finds that working out with a plus one for nine months is a big lesson in self-appreciation

It used to be controversial for moms-to-be, but running while pregnant is becoming the norm as women conquer mile after mile on the reg.

In the past six months, we've seen several pregnant women — including a ballerina, a CrossFitter and a marathon runner called out in the media for continuing their strenuous exercise regimens.

Your devotion to exercise could help — or hurt — your odds of conceiving. Here are fertility facts every woman must know.

FITNESS sets the record straight on eight common fertility misconceptions.

A week-by-week guide to what's going on in your body after pregnancy.

What's going on with my boobs? Jonathan Scher, MD, a leading ob-gyn at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, answers this and other body-after-baby questions.

Samantha Harris, host of Dancing with the Stars, shares her pregnancy diary and tips for having a fit and healthy nine months.

Raising triplets while coordinating NBC's Olympics coverage? Sounds like she deserves a medal ceremony herself. Meet sports TV exec Molly Solomon.