Signs and Symptoms

Mood swings, morning sickness, backaches, and breast pain can be everyday reminders of pregnancy. Learn about unpleasant prenatal symptoms and how you can take control of problems during pregnancy.

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Morning Sickness and More

Your digestive system may go on a rollercoaster ride during pregnancy, from nausea and vomiting to indigestion and constipation. Get treatment tips for prenatal digestive problems.

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My Aching Back

Because of your growing baby and changing body, back pain is common during pregnancy. Changes in your sitting and sleeping positions can help.

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Changes in Your Breasts

Breast tenderness and an increase in breast size can be some of the first signs of pregnancy.

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Feeling Fatigued?

When you're pregnant, it's common to feel tired and even exhausted. Explore what foods and products will boost – or zap – your energy.

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Create Your Baby Registry with Target
Do you have everything you need to care for your new bundle of joy? Create your Target baby registry today!

Birth Control After Baby: 5 Options for Breastfeeding Moms
Find out which non-permanent birth control methods are safest for breastfeeding moms, and discuss your options with your doctor to find one that works for you and your partner.

Where Should Newborns Sleep? Comparing Bassinets, Cradles & More
Where will your bundle of joy sleep when she comes home? Get shopping and safety tips for choosing a bassinet, play yard, or other crib alternative that will fit in your bedroom, per AAP guidelines.

Top 100 Baby Names of 2015
Want to see which baby girl names and boy names are hot in the U.S. right now? Check out these lists from the S.S.A., and click on the names to see their meanings!

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