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Had my Nexplanon removed

Wednesday I went in to have my Nexplanon implant removed. I just couldn't handle the migraines and t...

Waiting to Try to Conceive

Wanting to wait but having baby fever

Hey everyone.... My name is Kelsey and I've been on jm since before my now 3 yr old was born. I have...

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Wedding ring + test?

:confused:What is going on with that? I've noticed it everywhere... am I missing something? Or is it...

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2 tests, positive then negative

Hi everyone!Last night I got a positive test on a FRER, this morning I took the second test from the...

Am I Pregnant

See anything?

4 days late- may have ovulated late. I have preggo symptoms but I know that those can mimic PMS. I h...

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Are Super Fertile Women Prone to Miscarriage?

Could being super fertile be a factor in repeat pregnancy loss? Possible answers to multiple miscarriages for some women may have recently dawned, with a study suggesting that "super-fertility" may play a role in recurrent pregnancy loss. » Read more

New Study: Ibuprofen Doubles Risk of Miscarriage

By JustMommies

According to new research published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, women should be cautioned against taking any amount of ibuprofen during early pregnancy. » Read more

Conceiving a Rainbow Baby: 10 Tips to Help You Get Pregnant After a Miscarriage

A rainbow, the beauty that comes after a storm and a symbol of hope, is a description women lovingly use for their babies that are born after a miscarriage, still birth, or infant loss. For women who have experienced a loss, conceiving a “rainbow baby” doesn’t make them forget the loss, take it away or diminish it, but it does give them hope for a new chance at motherhood.

Signs of Low Progesterone

By Rebecca Pillar

The body is an amazing miracle in action. Every second, millions of reactions are taking place to maintain a perfect balance. People spend years of their lives studying how the body functions and they still don’t know everything there is to know about human life. One aspect of humanity is reproduction. For some women, becoming pregnant seems as easy as simply thinking about a baby. » Read more

Miscarriage May Result in Future Pregnancy Complications

A recent report on Reuters Health suggests that women who have had a miscarriage may be more likely to have complications with future pregnancies, even if they have only had one miscarriage. » Read more

Ectopic Pregnancy Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Ectopic pregnancy, also referred to as a tubal pregnancy, occurs when a fertilized egg implants somewhere other than the endometrial lining of the uterus. It is believed that the egg, once fertilized, is slowed or passage to the uterus blocked. Therefore, the fertilized ovum implants prior to reaching the uterus. » Read more

Helping a Friend Through a Miscarriage

When you have a friend that has had a miscarriage there is a lot you can do to help her. Many times we are afraid to say anything because we don’t want to say the wrong thing but not saying anything at all can be just as bad. So what should you say and what shouldn’t you say. I have had three miscarriages myself and have heard a lot of things that were just not the ri » Read more

What is a Blighted Ovum?

If you have had an early miscarriage, you might have been told you had a blighted ovum. A blighted ovum is a very early miscarriage. When an ovum is blighted it does not mean you were not pregnant. » Read more

Frequently Asked Questions About Miscarriage

What is a miscarriage and how will I know if I have had one? A miscarriage is a pregnancy loss before 20 weeks of pregnancy. After 20 weeks it is considered a stillbirth. » Read more

Caffeine and Miscarriage

  For years, obstetricians have been advising pregnant women to limit their caffeine intake, due to concern that caffeine consumption could possibly be linked to miscarriage. » Read more