One of the fastest growing and largest areas of digital health is reproduction and pregnancy. The rise in digital health resources presents a number of bioethical issues of concern with regards to how pregnant bodies are cared for, how and with what information pregnant women make decisions, how pregnant bodies are regulated (or in the case of apps and forums, how they can be unregulated or lacking in care), and finally how the information is collected and used in these forums and apps to further monitor pregnant bodies. Drawing on existing work, this chapter addresses the ethical concerns surrounding the use of these resources, arguing that despite appearing to represent a feminist approach to empowering, facilitating and supporting pregnant women to make informed decisions about their pregnancy, without proper governance of digital health resources, the possible risks and harms caused by their use may outweigh the possible benefits they provide to both self-care and patient autonomy.