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Labor and Birth

Natural Childbirth Techniques

  There are a number of different natural childbirth techniques that can be used when trying to have your baby without the use of any

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Labor and Birth

Creating Your Birth Plan

The birth of your baby should be one of the most memorable, life-changing, and joyful experiences of your life. You will want to spend time

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Multiple Births

How Do Multiple Births Occur?

The numbers of multiple births have increased over the last twenty years. This increase is primarily due to the fact that one-third of women who

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Getting Pregnant

Early Signs of Pregnancy

Pregnancy symptoms differ from woman to woman and pregnancy to pregnancy; however, one of the most significant signs of pregnancy is a missed period. The

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Getting Pregnant

What is Implantation Bleeding?

Implantation bleeding can occur about 10-14 days after conception when the fertilized egg attaches to the interior lining of the uterus. This movement of the

Getting Pregnant Checklist | American Pregnancy Association
Getting Pregnant

Getting Pregnant Checklist

Your preconception health and preparation are essential to baby making. Here are our Getting Pregnancy Checklist with our top recommendations from our book Planning Your

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Birth Control Pills, Patches & Devices

Why Has My Period Changed?

Birth control pills use hormones to regulate ovulation and switching brands or types may affect your menstrual cycle. Did My New Brand of Birth Control

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Women's Health

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that is common among women of reproductive age. PCOS affects a woman’s menstrual cycle, fertility, insulin production,

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