Have you been told that you may benefit from Duphaston during early pregnancy? Here's what you need to know about the drug, also known as Dydrogesterone.
Scotland's "fertility clinic landscape" differs significantly from that in other areas of the UK — with clinics spread further apart and better NHS access criteria, the competition simply isn't that significant. What do you need to know about private IVF?
Pregnancy is especially likely to bring aches and pains that may make you reach for OTC painkillers, but is ibuprofen, the popular NSAID, a safe choice for expectant mothers?
Did you recently find out you're pregnant — after already having taken aspirin? Do you have a headache you really want rid of? Do you routinely take low-dose aspirin for medical reasons? You'll want to know how much aspirin can cause a miscarriage.
Deciding which fertility clinic to receive treatment at is one of the most important decisions you'll ever make. Which fertility clinics in South East England best meet the needs of privately-funding IVF patients?
Former HFEA Chief Inspector Debra Bloor chose to work for the CARE Fertility group because she believes in its evidence-based model that doesn't come at the expense of a true commitment to patients. Why should you, too, consider CARE for your IVF?
Are you pregnant and have you been suffering from headaches? They're most likely caused by hormonal changes or other benign though annoying factors, but headaches during pregnancy can also point to serious complications. Here's what you need to know.
All those pregnancy hormones place you at a higher risk of yeast infections during pregnancy. Are yeast infections during pregnancy dangerous, and what home remedies and medical treatments for vaginal candidiasis during pregnancy work best?
Leukemia is the most common cancer of childhood with significant correlation found between environmental factors and the development of leukemia. Research has been conducted on maternal use of folic acid, fruits and vegetables, cured meats and alcohol.
When dealing with changing hormones, cramping and other surprises pregnancy may bring along, the last thing that a woman needs to worry about is what can happen after the baby is delivered. A prolapsed uterus is something that a woman can avoid.