Pregnancy is supposed to be one of the happiest times of a woman's life, but for many women this is a time of confusion, fear, sadness, stress and even depression.
New guidelines were just released in December 2012 from The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) – and supported by The American Cancer Society. They state that most women only need a Pap test, which screens for cervical cancer, every 3 to 5 years, rather than annually.
I am very unsure of what to do anymore. Not willing to give up but wanting too. I have been trying to get pregnant since April of last year.
We often hear about cervical cancer and we get a Pap smear regularly. Do you really know why you're getting it and what your cervix is?
Is your goal to lose weight, get in shape, eat more nutritious meals, kick that stress or something else? No matter what your main focus is, the hardest step is getting started. You got this!
Hello I just found out I am pregnant had two miscarriage so I'm a bit scared. I have been having cramps off and on.last night. I went to the er they did a ultra sound .and said its a lil early to see anything at 4weeks..is that true he told me every thing is fine.my hcg level came back at 1400 should I be worried. Need answers.
Were you in the path of Sandy? What's helping you and your family deal with the post-hurricane stress?
The flu and fever are capable of creating more damage than previously thought! See why it's important to get a flu shot if you're pregnant!
Have you been wondering what you can do to reduce your risk of breast cancer? While you can't alter your family or reproductive history, you can make lifestyle change that lower it. Those same decisions can lower your daughter's risk, too.