Feeling like you've been streaming some pretty strange Netflix while you're sleeping these days? Something's definitely on your mind, and it's making you dream up a storm, day and night. Even if you're normally the type who doesn't remember your dreams when you wake up, you may suddenly find you're elbowing your partner in the middle of the night to recount the details of your latest wacky dream.
One night, when I was nearing the beginning of the third trimester of my pregnancy, I woke up and thought, "Did I just have an orgasm? I was completely soaked, and by soaked I mean lubricated. I looked over at my sleeping husband, wondering if he could have pulled a move in the middle of the night.
At 38 weeks pregnant you are approaching full-term pregnancy. Perhaps more than ever, you are feeling ready for the next step: childbirth! But before then, there is still a lot to know about this important week in your pregnancy.
Gone off sex now that you're pregnant? While this is perfectly normal, there are benefits to pregnancy sex. Here, experts share their tips for getting in the mood.
A fter spending most of my younger life, particularly my 20s, drunkenly barhopping and blissfully kissing my way through Manhattan, I thought I would easily be able to conceive a child when I was ready. I am ready, waiting and practically dying to be pregnant. I refused to be that neurotic, maternal Medusa scheduling sex with her husband.
Skip navigation! Feeling a little "off" in the morning? If you feel cranky, sluggish, and tired, you might also feel queasy, or like your stomach just isn't sitting right.
A man you're wildly attracted to pulls you to him and gently caresses your back. He's so close, you can feel his hot breath on your face. As he moves in for the kiss, you slowly open your eyes, only to discover that he's Alan Greenspan?!
By week 35 of pregnancy, your bump is probably feeling a bit uncomfortable. Both feelings are completely normal! So, what can you expect during these final weeks of your pregnancy?