- Feeding Your Baby
- Healthy Pregnancy Lifestyles
- Labor, Birth, and Postpartum
- Pregnancy Complications
- Pregnancy Tests and Procedures
- Preparing for Pregnancy
- When Baby Needs Special Care
- Your Changing Body
- Your First Trimester
- Your Newborn Baby
- Your Second Trimester
- Your Third Trimester
Care and Management of Multiple Pregnancy
A woman with a multiple pregnancy needs more calories and nutrients, more frequent prenatal visits, and more rest.
Complications of Multiple Pregnancy
Having more than one baby is especially exciting—and complicated. Find out what to watch for, including a greater chance of anemia and preterm birth.
Because many multiples are small and born early, they may be initially cared for in a special care nursery called the neonatal intensive care unit.
Overview of Multiple Pregnancy
Multiple pregnancy is a pregnancy with two or more fetuses. In the United States, the multiple birth rate is rising.
Symptoms and Diagnosis of Multiple Pregnancy
Every pregnant woman feels like she’s getting big, but if you’re pregnant with two or more babies, you’ll really be growing fast. Be prepared by learning the signs of a multiple birth.