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Ethical Issue of Pregnancy Reduction by EyeDrD Posted Wed 24 Aug 2011 9:14am As Jenny lay on the obstetrician’s examination table, she was grateful that the ultrasound tech had turned off the overhead screen. She didn’t want to see the two shadows floating inside her. Since making her decision, she had tried hard not to think about them, though she cou ... Read on »
Linea Nigra and the “Mask of Pregnancy”: Skin Discoloration during Pregnancy by findingeve Patient Expert Posted Thu 30 Sep 2010 12:00am During pregnancy, a woman’s skin can undergo any number of changes .  This article will exam two of the most common of these dermatological changes:  ”linea nigra” and the “mask of pregnancy.” Linea nigra, which is Greek for “black line,” is a dark line that develops on a pregnant woman’s abdomen and can stretch from the pubic mound ... Read on »
Pregnant and not knowing it????? by Triumph Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 7:15pm “Children are a gift from the Lord; they are a reward from him. Children born to a young man are like sharp arrows in a warrior’s hand.” Psalm 127: 3 & 4 How could you be pregnant to the point where you actually go into labour and have a baby without knowing you were ever pregnant. Sounds bizarre to you? well it does ... Read on »
Yes, There Are Emotional Changes During Pregnancy by Sharon LaMothe Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Thu 09 Jun 2011 11:00am Pregnancy takes your mind and body through an ongoing stream of changes. On a basic level, your body is making unusual amounts of hormones. At certain times, this can cause you to feel exhausted, forgetful, or moody. On top of that, you will be preoccupied with how your body is quickly changing, worrying about how to manage symptoms, worry ... Read on »
Know the Emotional Changes That Can Happen During Pregnancy by Sharon LaMothe Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 01 Oct 2013 12:00pm Pregnancy takes your mind and body through an ongoing stream of changes. On a basic level, your body is making unusual amounts of hormones. At certain times, this can cause you to feel exhausted, forgetful, or moody. On top of that, you will be preoccupied with how your body is quickly changing, worrying about how to manage symptoms, ... Read on »
Not pregnant? Then you have cancer! by Kymberli Patient Expert Posted Sun 11 Jan 2009 5:45pm In June of 2004, I had a single FET with my first set of IPs. Unfortunately, it resulted in a chemical (positive tests/negative beta). I stopped all meds, started bleeding six days later, then had not full periods, but two days of exaggerated spotting for the each next three months. The spotting came every 28-30 days, which for me was a marked ... Read on »
Finally pregnant after a frozen ET ! by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 13 Jul 2011 10:55pm Here's a heartfelt success story from one of our patients. I think our journey to IVF started like for most couples. First, we got married and were perfectly content childless. Then, we started thinking about when to have kids and soon decided that “now” was the right time. After a few months, I started to read more and more on the internet ab ... Read on »
Pregnancy Abdominal Girdles and She also writes on women's health and beauty issues. by huangweiwei Posted Sat 29 Dec 2012 1:08am Belly after child birth more or less remains same as it is during pregnancy period. In postpartum days also abdomen looks like to be 4 to 5 month pregnant. So, dressing sense has to be more or less manipulated as in during pregnancy 2012 Shoes days. Make a collection of loosely fitting dresses which looks feminine and rich in colors. Mood change du ... Read on »
Empty Gestational Sac After IVF by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Sat 09 Jan 2010 12:00am Question: Hello, Dr. Ramirez, Does In Vitro increase the odds of an empty gestation sac? I am 6 weeks pregnant and had an ultrasound with no heart beat detected. I bled just before the ultrasound but there was no bleeding before that. Two frozen embryos were implanted but only one sac is visible on the ultras ... Read on »
Pregnancy week 5: As sick as a pregnant woman by Catherine Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:58pm Beta test day, extremely tired. Day after, extremely hungry, then next day, abdominal pains most nights and terrible nausea set in. Yesterday, my ravenous hunger which is there constantly despite eating all the time (I can't seem to leave the fridge) and despite my reading telling me I shouldn't be eating for 2, suddenly turned to nausea and ... Read on »