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You're pregnant. Now what?

What should I eat? Is it OK to exercise? Is what I'm feeling normal? Here you'll find answers for common issues, plus tips and information for each of the three trimesters of pregnancy. We hope to see you through your fears, joys and anxieties, and connect you with other Moms.

Pregnancy and Maternity Care at Texas Health

Nothing compares to the excitement of having a baby. Personalized pregnancy care and a nurturing environment during labor, delivery and recovery are essential to the quality of your experience. Texas Health hospitals strive to provide the services women want and the supportive care they need for their nine-month journey. Medical staff physicians, along with nursing and clinical support staff, are trained in pregnancy and maternity services, and bring you the peace of mind that comes with knowing you and your baby are getting quality care.

Nationally Recognized Pregnancy and Maternity Hospitals

Our maternity care is designed to encourage mother-baby bonding and our educational classes help advance family-centered care. Six Texas Health hospitals have been named the first "Baby Friendly" hospitals in Texas by the World Health Organization and UNICEF, meaning we've gone above and beyond in promoting and supporting breastfeeding.

Just a few of our pregnancy and maternity services include:

  • Private delivery rooms
  • Level II and Level III NICU units that provide 24-hour care
  • High-risk obstetrics
  • Breastfeeding resources and support
  • Pregnancy, childbirth and parenting education classes
  • Labor and delivery tours
  • Diagnostic imaging services

Choose a Texas Health location to learn more about women and infant services at our family of hospitals.

Healthy Pregnancy Resources

Due Date Calculator
Get an estimated day of delivery

Staying Healthy During Pregnancy
Find information on prenatal care, nutrition, medication, tests, common pregnancy discomforts and potential complications. Get answers to common questions on everything from body changes to exercise and sex.

Fetal Development Tool
View your baby's growth over 40 weeks using this interactive tool

Special-Care Conditions
Learn more about high-risk pregnancy

Planning for Baby's Arrival
Read details on what to expect on the big day, what to bring and what to have ready for your new baby

Labor and Delivery
All about the Big Day: learn about labor basics, different childbirth approaches and delivery

Learn More About Pregnancy Care at Texas Health

Explore this dedicated site for more helpful resources, including a pregnancy FAQ and essential information on each trimester. We look forward to helping make your journey as special as it should be!