The No B.S. Guide to Surviving Pregnancy

Because it’s not all glowing skin and ice cream sundaes.
ByCassie Kreitner
Senior Editor
Updated
Aug 2020
pregnant women illustration

Pregnancy can feel like a roller coaster of ups and downs: One day you may love it, while the next you wish you could just fast-forward to holding your new little person. Of course, growing a baby is an amazing feeling, but dealing with morning sickness, insomnia and other uncomfortable symptoms is never easy. And that’s even more true when you’re pregnant in the midst of a worldwide pandemic. (Your mom, sister or friend can’t really say “We’ve been there” this time!) But when it comes to some of the tough situations you’ll face over the next nine months, we’ve got you covered—and so does Grubhub whenever cravings strike or you’re just too tired to cook. Click or tap below for smart tips to help you deal with what’s to come, good and bad.

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Please note: The Bump and the materials and information it contains are not intended to, and do not constitute, medical or other health advice or diagnosis and should not be used as such. You should always consult with a qualified physician or health professional about your specific circumstances.

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