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How to get pregnant with endometriosis

The uterus is lined with a tissue called the endometrium, which allows a fertilized egg to implant. It is this tissue that is normally expelled with each menstruation, unless you...

NuvaRing side effects - libido

The NuvaRing birth control method, a flexible ring that is inserted vaginally and remains in place for three weeks at a time, has many benefits. While it is similar to...

Expecting a baby in your 50s

With more fertility treatments available, like IVF with donor eggs, an increasing number of women is expecting a baby in their late forties and beyond. The chances of getting pregnant...

Best fertility clinics in UK

Are you looking into fertility clinics to help you get pregnant in the UK? Choosing a fertility clinic, for IVF or IUI for instance, is a very personal process that...

A stitch in the cervix

Perhaps you have just been to a regular prenatal appointment, or went to see your doctor after you noticed contractions. You've been diagnosed with an "incompetent cervix" and told you...

Baby blues - is it normal?

Many women feel moody and can't hold back their tears in the days after giving birth. You've got a newborn you are "in love" with your baby and so happy...

Blocked fallopian tubes - treatment

Blocked fallopian tubes are a common fertility problem, because the blockage means sperm can't pass through toward the egg, and fertilize it. Some of the causes of blocked fallopian tubes...

Are elective c-sections safer than vaginal births?

Cesarean sections, although considered very safe and almost routine these days, represent major abdominal surgery with a painful recovery period. American obstetrics has very much moved in the direction of...