Pregnancy discomforts

Nosebleeds can happen more often than usual during pregnancy, but are not usually serious. Find out more about treating and preventing nosebleeds.
Producing excessive saliva is known as ptyalism, and often affects pregnant women suffering from severe nausea and vomiting. Find out more about how to cope.
Here we provide tips on keeping cool during pregnancy
The very early signs of pregnancy are not always clear. Here we answer questions about the early symptoms of pregnancy and the use of pregnancy tests.
During pregnancy, your body will change in different ways as well as the way you feel. This article outlines the most common signs of pregnancy.
Here we look at different myths about pregnancy and reveal whether they are fact or fiction.
We discuss nausea and vomiting in pregnancy, often known as morning sickness: what can ease symptoms of sickness in pregnancy?
Many women experience back pain in pregnancy. Read about causes and self-help techniques here.
Which pregnancy symptoms are normal and which should you talk to your GP about?
Pain in the pelvis (pelvic girdle pain or symphysis pubis dysfunction) is common in pregnancy, but can be treated. Find out how to minimise discomfort and get help here.
Painful cramp is common in pregnancy, especially in your legs. Find out more about treatment and prevention.
Many pregnant women suffer from constipation and hemorrhoids. Find out more about treating and preventing these common conditions.