Being pregnant is a lot like standing at the edge of the Grand Canyon: On one hand, it's the most breathtaking thing you've ever experienced. On the other, it's a long way to the bottom—just as it is a long way from conception to birth. To make these 40 weeks less confusing, Dr. Oz and Dr. Michael Roizen answer five common questions about pregnancy.
Do I really need to take prenatal vitamins? Which vitamins and minerals should be in them?
What causes morning sickness—and is there anything I can do about it?
Should I be reading or talking to my baby while he's still in my belly? What about playing music?
How can I fall asleep and stay asleep in a position that's safe for baby?
What toxin-containing things—food, chemicals, medications—should I be avoiding?
Do you have more questions about pregnancy health? Get even more answers from RealAge's YOU: Having a Baby Center.
Published on February 06, 2010