Better information. A safer pregnancy.
We aim to provide the latest evidence-based research, international guidelines and recommendations, and health care providers' and women's perspectives all in one place – in a constant, ongoing effort.
The first platform of its kind
All Source Pregnancy is a real-time resource for pregnant women, their families, and their health care providers that uses current, valid, and reliable source bases to provide the most factual assessment of pregnancy-related health topics.
Updated January 22: Read the latest information regarding COVID-19 vaccination safety and effectiveness data.
Stay on top of the most up-to-date information related to COVID-19 vaccines and fertility, pregnancy, and breastfeeding. We compile the data as it is published from reputable sources, medical journals, and professional obstetric and other health organizations.
FEATURED: The Maternal Brain during Pregnancy
Researchers have only just started to learn more about the brain at the tissue level during pregnancy and how these changes could potentially impact maternal behavior. Read the full page below.
Stop searching and start reading.
We have created a pregnancy-information portal where individuals can find and read relevant historical and current scientific research – faster. We also add analytic value for a better understanding of what the latest research means for pregnancy-related health.
When women have a more complete and detailed understanding of their pregnancy and the options available to them, they can actively participate in conversations with their health care providers regarding decisions that will affect their health and the health of their baby.
With a sole focus on pregnancy-related information, our content is more detailed, complete, and always up-to-date. That means:
No baby products
No parenting advice
No lifestyle trends
No filler content
Only factual, relevant information.
We are the most comprehensive resource for "morning sickness".
We have created the largest and most exhaustive informational database for Nausea and Vomiting of Pregnancy – a topic completely absent in scope, depth, and analysis on current mainstream sites and pregnancy books.
The experiences and perspectives of pregnant women and their providers has significant value and are included in evidence-based medicine. Our site lets women and health care providers (of all fields!) submit their experience in a positive format so they can be read more efficiently, more reliably, and without forum-related interruption.
Find an answer fast.
We organize information into only eight categories. This allows for immediate answers without needing to click through thousands of search results.