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More kids vs. gender

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5 Weeks Pregnant: Your Pregnancy Week by Week

By JustMommies staff

woman at 5 weeks pregnant The fifth week of pregnancy is still early for a lot of symptoms, but here's what you may be experiencing at this point.
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Bleeding During Pregnancy: What It Could Be

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woman bleeding during early pregnancy While not all vaginal bleeding is a reason for panic, it should be a cause for concern. Here are some of the most common causes for bleeding during the various stages of pregnancy.
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Can You Have a Period When You Are Pregnant?

By JustMommies staff

Although you may have heard of women that had “periods” during pregnancy, the truth is you cannot be pregnant and have a period at the same time. Once a woman conceives her body starts producing hCG and her menstrual cycle stops. This is not to say that a woman cannot have bleeding that resembles
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Danger Signs in Pregnancy

By JustMommies staff

Below are a list of signs and symptoms you should be aware of during pregnancy. Should you experience any of these you should consult with your health care provider for further advice. Danger Sign Possible Causes Sudden gush of fluid from vagina Premature rupture of the membranes Vaginal bleeding Abrupted
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Ectopic Pregnancy: 10 Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

By JustMommies staff

pregnant woman in pain An ectopic pregnancy is not just dangerous, but it can be life-threatening. Know what symptoms could be indicators of an ectopic pregnancy.
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Ectopic Pregnancy: 10 Symptoms You Should Not Ignore

By JustMommies staff

pregnant woman in pain An ectopic pregnancy is not just dangerous, but it can be life-threatening. Know what symptoms could be indicators of an ectopic pregnancy.
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Implantation Bleeding

By JustMommies staff

A woman with hands on her abdomen and a red pain indicator. An early indicator of pregnancy is implantation bleeding, but it can often be confused for a menstrual cycle. Here's the difference.
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Implantation Bleeding

By JustMommies staff

A woman with hands on her abdomen and a red pain indicator. An early indicator of pregnancy is implantation bleeding, but it can often be confused for a menstrual cycle. Here's the difference.
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Miscarriage Symptoms

By JustMommies staff

A miscarriage can be an emotionally crushing experience for a woman to deal with no matter how early it takes place. According to the ACOG about 15% of pregnancies will end in miscarriage. There are some factors such as age or previous medical conditions that may increase a woman’s chance of miscarriage.
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Ovulation Pain

By JustMommies staff

You may have noticed having a pain on one side of your abdomen right around the time you ovulate. This pain is called ovulation pain. If you are alert to changes in your body, you may also notice other signs of ovulation taking place, such as an increase in cervical mucous, bloating, or tender breasts.
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