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Conception and Fertility

In Vitro Fertilization

In Vitro Fertilization

In vitro fertilization or IVF is a technique which revolutionized medicine when it first appeared in 1978 as if offered the possibility for many women with fertility problems to become pregnant. Pregnancy is a wonderful and mir...

Types of Menstrual Protection

Types of Menstrual Protection

Menstruation is something every girl experiences at one point in life. Menstruation is a part of the menstrual cycle, the part where the lining of the uterus is eliminated through the vagina under the form of mixed tissue and blood. Normally menstruation lasts from 3 to 7 days. The amount of blood lost during the menstrual cycle or period is very small; about 10 to 80 ml of blood loss during a period is considered normal. Because of blood loss it is necessary for women to find protection, protection which will absorb the blood and allow wome... Read More

New Contraception Methods - Forget About The Pill

New Contraception Methods - Forget About The Pill

“The pill” one of the most used contraception methods by women is receiving some serious competition. It seems that medicine has evolved greatly in this domain and is trying to improve contraception methods. Contraception methods are preferred because they can protect against unwanted pregnancy. The pills can contain a combination of hormones, estrogen and progesterone, or they can just contain progesterone. It is up to you to choose the kind of contraceptive pills you wish, under the guidance and advice of your physician. Since pr... Read More

Contraception Methods

Contraception Methods

Contraception methods are used to protect ourselves against unwanted pregnancy and STD (sexually transmitted diseases). There are a variety of methods developed just for your protection so there are plenty of choices. The most popular contraception methods are the pills and condoms. Birth control pills are the most popular contraceptive of all because they offer relief for girls who experience a painful menstruation, they protect against pregnancy and you can keep better track of your period. Birth control pills make the peri... Read More

What is In Vitro Fertilization

What is In Vitro Fertilization

In 1978, two doctors in England managed to successfully get a woman pregnant using what we call today the in vitro fertilization procedure. Since the success of these two doctors, Dr. Edwards and Dr. Steptoe, technology has been greatly improved and developed and used worldwide. For the couples having a bad time conceiving naturally, in vitro fertilization may be the solution. In fact, for the infertile couples, IVF (in vitro fertilization) is by far the most used technique to get pregnant. Due to recent progresses in medicine, sur... Read More

Genetic Disorders and Birth Defects

Genetic Disorders and Birth Defects

According to a new report of March of Dimes every year, about 8 million babies all over the world are born with gene-related birth defects, an amount of 6% of all global births in a given year. Genetic disorders or diseases are all congenital, though they may not be expressed or recognized until later in life. It is said that there are more than 7000 genetic or partially genetic birth defects.The reports are horrifying; more than 3 million children die of genetic birth defects by age 5, and almost as many may be permanently affected... Read More

Miscarriage - Degrees of Occurence

Miscarriage - Degrees of Occurence

Most miscarriages result from a genetic abnormality in the embryo or fetus. The symptoms are pain, when the uterus is in contractions, vagina bleeding and leak of amniotic fluid, but this happens in later miscarriages. Remember that miscarriage is not an intended decision, it is spontaneous and the medical terminology labels this event as a spontaneous abortion. Besides all that, losing a baby is a devastating experience for a woman. Fathers also grieve after pregnancy loss and may need space for their own feelings. There are thr... Read More

The Trauma of Miscarriage

The Trauma of Miscarriage

Everybody knows statistics. The major issue in statistics is that they don't tell the story behind the question. Numbers can't face the awful truth and the painful moment when a mother loses her unborn child. In statistics, miscarriage occurs in 20 percent of cases. But, because many women don't realize that they are pregnant and might miscarry without knowing, the actual number in statistics is much higher. In reality, the miscarriage rate may be closer to 40 or 50 percent. In medical terms, miscarriage means: "Inadvertent loss of ... Read More

Preconception Tips - Get Ready for Pregnancy

Preconception Tips - Get Ready for Pregnancy

Perhaps you are wondering whether now is the right time to start a family? Or maybe you are already actively trying? Surely you thought if you're ready or not to become a mother. The impact a baby has in one's life is huge, so it's perfectly fine to have all these dilemmas. If you have decided it's time to start your family, here's some things you should consider:Improving your diet Nutrition is crucial anytime. Now more than ever, proper nutrition is essential. It's time to eat healthy: three meals a day, lots of vegetables, fruits,... Read More

Common Causes of Infertility

Common Causes of Infertility

Why can't I get pregnant? It's a very difficult time in a woman's life, when she faces the awful truth that having a baby isn't her choice, but her body's. Being reproductively challenged may affect the rest of your life, so it's very important that you consider all your opportunities.The best thing to do is talking to a specialist. It is said that many couples have fertility problems - 30 percent of cases are due to problems in the woman, 30 percent to problems in the man, and the rest to unexplained causes or multiple factors invol... Read More

Having a Baby After the Age of 35

Having a Baby After the Age of 35

Age and women - difficult issue every time. Not only women have to worry about their age, but their age might become a problem when conceiving a baby. So, what are the risks of having a baby after the age of 35?Many experts say that if you're thinking about having a baby later in life, you should be aware of the risks - which increase with age - so you can make an informed decision. Of course, age is not only a state of mind, it's a reality your baby will be aware of when he's going to be 15 and you, 50.Growing older means the aging cu... Read More