6 Things To Help You With Morning Sickness

According to the American Pregnancy Association, more than 50% of pregnant women experience morning sickness [1]. Morning sickness refers to the nauseous feeling that women sometimes have during the first or second trimester of pregnancy. This feeling of nausea can be made worse by certain foods or smells, and it can be difficult to eat…
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What Is Morning Sickness?

Morning sickness refers to the nauseous feeling you may have during the first trimester of pregnancy and it can be accompanied with vomiting. For many women the symptoms of morning sickness are their first signs of pregnancy. Morning sickness can occur as early as 4 weeks after conception and fertilization, or around the time of…
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Facts About Miscarriage

A miscarriage ( also called a spontaneous abortion) is defined as a loss of an unborn fetus at 20 weeks or less in a full term pregnancy (40 weeks). Although these are medical terms, sometimes it is easier to say pregnancy loss. It is also very important for a woman who experiences a pregnancy loss…
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Ectopic Pregnancy

What is it??   An ectopic pregnancy occurs when a fertilized egg implants somewhere other than the expected uterus. Although it can implant in various places outside of the uterus, the most common place is in the fallopian tube and it’s known as a tubal pregnancy. It occurs in 1%-2% of pregnancies. When should I be…
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Is It Possible to Have an STD and Not Know It?

After a one-night stand, summer fling, unforgettable prom night, or when a long-term partner confesses to cheating on you, you decide to check the STD symptoms on the web and are relieved to find that you don’t have any.  There is nothing obvious that would send you to the doctor.  And, since you’re sure to…
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“Can I get an STD if I’m pregnant?”

Pregnant women who are sexually active can be infected with STDs, just like women who are not pregnant. Many STDs don’t have visible symptoms, so you may be unaware you are infected. If you are pregnant, however, not only are you at risk of the harmful effects of STDs, but so is your unborn baby.…
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