An ectopic pregnancy is a pregnancy that grows outside of the normal location, namely the uterus. Often called a "tubal pregnancy," the majority (about 97%) of ectopic pregnancies occur in the fallopian tube.
Women who are pregnant are generally advised not to take any medication to avoid exposing the fetus to potentially harmful chemicals. But asthma is a different story. Studies suggest that women with untreated asthma are more likely to have problems with their pregnancies.
I just had a second trimester miscarriage. This was my first baby and the doctor came in and told me that I had an incompetent cervix. Then I read the article in this site that sounded similar to my case. I'm just wondering if I'm going to be able to conceive a healthy baby. What can I do? I'm very confused.
When women experience the loss of a child, one of the first things they discover they have in common is a list of things they wish no one had ever said to them.
I did not allow myself to grieve for Lauren for quite some time. I focused all of my attention on Colleen thinking that if I was sad for Lauren I would let Colleen down.
Most children get roseola between 7 and 13 months of age. It is quite rare before three months or beyond 4 years. Fully 90% of cases occur before the 2nd birthday. Rare cases have been seen in adults, and a very few have been reported in pregnant women.