Second trimester

Just as everybody’s sex life is different before pregnancy, it will also be different during and afterwards.
This article outlines what you can expect during the second trimester.
This article looks at Group B streptococcus (GBS) and reducing the risks for pregnant women and their babies.
We discuss some important rules to follow when exercising in pregnancy.
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.
This article outlines your maternity rights as well as your options for maternity leave.
How and when do you tell your employer about your pregnancy? This article offers useful information and tips.
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.
This article outlines what you might need to think about when telling people at work about your pregnancy and arrangements for your handover.
Here we look at different myths about pregnancy and reveal whether they are fact or fiction.
If you eat a healthy diet, you won’t need to make major changes when you're pregnant but there are some nutrients that are particularly important. Find out more here.