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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.

To monitor or not to monitor? That's the question for moms-to-be.

Finally, some *real* talk emoji for all the issues women actually face.    

One of the major risks involved may not be so major after all.

They skipped the egg-freezing craze in an effort to try a potentially more advanced method to help them get pregnant.

With more and more 20-somethings looking into freezing their eggs, the questions about the procedure and its effects are changing.

Blogger Diary of a Fit Mommy proves in these postpartum Instagrams that she is the ultimate #fitspiration when it comes to bouncing back—fast—after baby, and gives tips so you can do the same.

As many as one in five women will experience some form of postpartum depression, but despite its prevalence, the disease often goes undiagnosed or misunderstood.

CrossFitter Emily Breeze Watson was spotted deadlifting 200 pounds—a week after her baby's due date

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.