Archive for Managing A Complicated Pregnancy

Antidepressants And Pregnancy

Jan 23, 2013 No Comments by

All you need to known about the risks and benefits

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Miscarriage Demystified

Feb 01, 2012 25 Comments by

Pregnancy losses are common and usually

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Risks In Pregnancy: Rupture Of Membranes

Dec 07, 2011 No Comments by

The nine months of pregnancy, the expectant mother finds many reasons to experience, the real and imaginary. She suffers from toxicosis, listening to the perturbation of the baby, worried about the test results immediately after delivery, following the tone of the uterus, is looking forward to the next ultrasound to look at the crumb, and […]

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Male Infertility : The Truth And Myths

Sep 02, 2011 No Comments

A family without children can hardly be called a full and happy family. Unfortunately, not all couples are able to conceive. If pregnancy does not occur within one year of regular sexual intercourse without using contraception, then like a menacing cloud hangs over this family was diagnosed – “sterility”. According to statistics, every fifth couple […]

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10 Secrets Of The Oral Contraceptive

Aug 27, 2011 No Comments

About General of contraceptives as a method of protection from unwanted pregnancy are inferior in popularity except condoms. Few people know that when COCs there are some secrets that will help not only to avoid unwanted pregnancies, but also to have healthy children later. Do you believe in chance? Can one awkward moment all your […]

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Miscarriage : Causes And Consequences

Aug 25, 2011 No Comments

According to official statistics, approximately 15% of pregnancies end in miscarriage. In fact, the percentage is much higher, but since there is an interruption in the very early stages, the woman did not notice it. For her, just in time or a short delay your period comes, which can be hardly feels harder than usual. What […]

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4 Causes Of Preeclampsia

Apr 06, 2011 No Comments

No one knows for sure what causes Preeclampsia, though there are a number of theories: A genetic link. Researchers hypothesize that the genetic makeup of the fetus could be one of the factors that predisposes a pregnancy to preeclampsia. So, if your mother or our spouse’s mother had preeclampsia during their pregnancies with either of you, you are somewhat […]

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Early Miscarriage

Mar 04, 2011 1 Comment

What is it? A miscarriage—known in medical speak as a spontaneous expulsion of an embryo or fetus from the uterus before the fetus is able to live on the outside (in other words, the unplanned end of a pregnancy). Such a loss in the first trimester is referred to as an early miscarriage. 80% of miscarriages occur […]

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Ectopic Pregnancy

Feb 25, 2011 3 Comments

What is it? An ectopic pregnancy (also known as a tubal pregnancy) is one that implants outside the uterus, most commonly in a fallopian tube, usually because something (such as scarring in the fallopian tube) obstructs or slows the movement of the fertilized egg into the uterus. An ectopic pregnancy can also occur in the […]

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5 Types Of Miscarriage

Feb 24, 2011 2 Comments

If you’ve experienced an early pregnancy loss, the sadness you’ll feel is the same no matter the cause or the official medical name. Still, it’s helpful to know about the different types of miscarriage so you’re familiar with the terms your practitioner might be using.

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