Category: Pregnancy Complications

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Pregnancy Complications

Ovarian Cancer During Pregnancy

The nine months of pregnancy can be an exciting part of a mother’s life but can become very challenging when faced with a cancer diagnosis.

Ovarian Cancer Terms To Know

If you have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, then there has undoubtedly been a lot of the words below thrown around. Maybe you don’t feel

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Epilepsy and Pregnancy

Epilepsy is a chronic disorder or group of disorders characterized by recurrent, unpredictable seizures. A seizure is a temporary physiological dysfunction of the brain, in

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Pregnancy Complications

Umbilical Cord Prolapse and Compression

What is Umbilical Cord Prolapse? Sometimes, before or during labor, the umbilical cord can slip through the cervix after your water breaks, preceding the baby

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Genital Warts During Pregnancy

What are the symptoms of genital warts during pregnancy? Is my baby safe if I have genital warts while pregnant?  How do you treat genital

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Pregnancy Complications

Blood Clots During Pregnancy

Symptoms, Treatment, and Prevention Blood clots are serious concerns and even more so while you are pregnant. Developing a blood clot while pregnant has additional

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Pregnancy Complications

Flu During Pregnancy

During pregnancy, changes occur in your immune system, heart, and lungs. Additional stress is put on the heart and lungs as the lung capacity decreases

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Pregnancy Complications

Gonorrhea in Pregnancy

During pregnancy, in order to protect your growing baby, it’s important to prioritize your health. This can be a challenge for women who have sexually