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Third trimester

Many pregnant women suffer from constipation and hemorrhoids. Find out more about treating and preventing these common conditions.
Chickenpox in pregnancy is rare but it can be serious. This article outlines what symptoms to look for if you have had contact with someone who is infected.
Learn about the role of the midwife in your antenatal and postnatal care.
Exercise during pregnancy helps keep you and your baby healthy, and prepares your body for labour. Find out more about safe exercises in pregnancy.
Pregnant women often suffer from indigestion and heartburn during pregnancy. Find out what you can do to ease the discomfort.
Pregnancy loss before 24 weeks is known as miscarriage. Find out more about the chances of miscarriage, types of miscarriage and possible risk factors.
A low-lying placenta, or 'placenta praevia' is one where the placenta is over or near the neck of the womb. Find out more in this article.
Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes which can affect women during pregnancy. It can often be controlled with changes to lifestyle and diet.
Your main point of contact for pregnancy care is your midwife. Learn more about antenatal care, postnatal care and midwife appointments in this article.
Find out more about the signs and symptoms of miscarriage, which can include cramps and bleeding, or simply a feeling that 'something isn't right'.
Learn more about the advice and support available after a miscarriage, including when you can try to get pregnant again.
Learn more about how your sex life may change during the stages of pregnancy.