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Options for Unplanned Pregnancy

Pregnant Teen

Being a pregnant teen can be overwhelming, confusing, and scary. You are not alone; there are around 500,000 pregnant teens in the USA every year.

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Fertility

Understand Your Fertility Tests

When trying to get pregnant and maintain an healthy pregnancy, there are key things to know about your reproductive system and your partners’. But it

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Birth Control Pills, Patches & Devices

Emergency Contraception: Morning After Pill

Often referred to as the “morning-after pill,” it is a high dose of certain types of the birth control pill, made up of estrogen and progestin

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Pregnancy Concerns

Spotting During Pregnancy

Spotting is when you see a light or trace amount of pink, red or dark brown blood. It will be lighter than your menstrual period

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Healthy Pregnancy

When Should I Tell Others I’m Pregnant?

You’re having a baby—congratulations! Once that line on the home pregnancy test showed up, you probably screamed a little or felt a little electric charge

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Pregnancy Loss

Chemical Pregnancy

What is a chemical pregnancy? A chemical pregnancy is an early miscarriage that usually happens before the pregnancy reaches five weeks and before most women

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Pregnancy Loss

What is a Rainbow Baby?

Rainbow baby is a healthy baby born after losing a baby due to miscarriage, infant loss, stillbirth, or neonatal death. Rainbow babies are considered ‘miracle’

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Getting Pregnant

What is HCG?

HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) is often called the pregnancy hormone because it is made by cells formed in the placenta, which nourishes the egg after