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Can You Have a Period When You Are Pregnant?

uncomfortable woman can you have a period while you are pregnant If you notice bleeding during pregnancy, it can be other things besides a period.
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Causes of Recurrent Miscarriage

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Miscarriage is one of the most devastating experiences that can happen to a woman. Having one miscarriage is sadly, not that uncommon. Approximately two out of every ten pregnancies will result in miscarriage. After having one miscarriage most women go on to have a healthy pregnancy. Still there are
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Cephalopelvic Disproportion: What You Should Know

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You may ask, “Cef-alo-pelvic what?” upon hearing about this medical condition for the first time. The term “cephalopelvic disproportion” (CPD) is a situation in which a baby’s head won’t fit through the mother’s pelvis during birth because the infant’s head is too big for the birth canal.
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Cephalopelvic Disproportion: What You Should Know

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You may ask, “Cef-alo-pelvic what?” upon hearing about this medical condition for the first time. The term “cephalopelvic disproportion” (CPD) is a situation in which a baby’s head won’t fit through the mother’s pelvis during birth because the infant’s head is too big for the birth canal.
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Cervical Dilation in Pictures

Your doctor has measured you and told you that you are 1 to 2 centimeters dilated, but what does that
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Cervical Mucous - Pregnancy Symptom

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If you have been trying to get pregnant, you may be monitoring your cervical mucous. When you are approaching ovulation, you may notice your cervical mucous starts to change. As you get closer to ovulation your cervical mucous will become eggwhite looking and stretchy. Then after you ovulate your cervical
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Childbirth Classes: Choosing one right for you

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Taking a childbirth education class will help you and your partner prepare for childbirth. There are several child birth philosophies including the Lamaze method, the Bradley method, the Kitzinger method, and Hypnobirthing®. These methods vary on approaches, but all childbirth classes will teach you
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Childbirth Grief: When Childbirth Doesn't Go the Way You Planned It

By Tina Payne Bryson

Many of us dream of the day we’ll have a baby. We know that delivery will be painful and challenging, but we expect it to be miraculous. We also expect that we’ll be able to plan and decide how our childbirth will happen. But often, the whole experience doesn’t go according to plan. And when
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Chinese Food to Induce Labor

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When you get to your due date you might start asking around for ideas to get labor started. Everyone may have ideas for you to try – having sex, walking, nipple stimulation, drinking castor oil, and you name it. Most of these ideas are not scientifically proven and if they do work, it could just
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Chinese Gender Chart

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Curious about your baby’s gender? According to legend, the Chinese gender calendar was discovered in a tomb hundreds of years ago and is said to be 90 percent accurate. See how accurate it is for you. Just look at your age at conception and the month you conceived. This should tell you what your baby’s
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