Second trimester

Sex during pregnancy can be quite different. Changes in hormones, body shape and libido can mean mums and dads-to-be need time to adjust.
There will be lots for dads-to-be to think about in the second trimester including planning, attending antenatal classes and more.
This article looks at Group B streptococcus (GBS) and reducing the risks for pregnant women and their babies. Read more about GBS in pregnancy and the possible symptoms.
Read below for a checklist guide on to how to exercise during pregnancy, including general advice on safety during exercise routines when you are pregnant.
Nosebleeds during pregnancy are common but they’re not usually serious. Find out more about treating and preventing nosebleeds here.
Ptyalism is a condition which causes excess saliva. It is also known as hypersalivation or sialorrhea and frequently affects women in the early stages of pregnancy
This article outlines your maternity rights as well as your options for maternity leave, statutory maternity pay, childcare and more.
Body temperature during pregnancy increases naturally, so it’s good to know how to cool down in warm weather when you are feeling hot.
Here we offer information and tips on telling your employer you’re pregnant, and how and when you can do it to try and ensure the smoothest possible outcome.
When you are pregnant, your body and the way you feel changes. Read about some of the early signs of pregnancy and common pregnancy symptoms which cause concern.
Discover ways to announce your pregnancy, things to consider when telling people at work you are pregnant and information on making arrangements for your handover.
Here we look at old wives tales about pregnancy and other common pregnancy myths to reveal which ones are facts and which ones are fiction.