Are you among the women who would love to try to conceive, but who has been waiting for a better financial situation or a more stable job?
When you find out you're pregnant, you tend to expect all kinds of symptoms. Morning sickness, fatigue, mood swings and food cravings are all seen as "typical pregnancy symptoms".
You love your baby to bits of course, but a time will come when you feel more than ready to leave her with someone else for a few hours.
Did you know that one in four women of reproductive age have had a miscarriage, and that up to 25 percent of clinically recognized pregnancies ends on miscarriage as well?
Trying to conceive for the first time in your life is an exciting, unique and important experience. Some couples get pregnant fast, while others have to wait a while before they see the positive pregnancy test that changes everything.
"When is my due date?" This may very well be the first question a woman who just found she is expecting a baby asks or wonders about.
The first trimester of pregnancy is a hopeful, joyous time the time when you first find out that you are expecting! It's also a dangerous time, as by far the bigger number of miscarriages takes place within the first 12 weeks.
Miscarriage is a different experience for every woman who goes through it, but it can be a tremendous loss that makes you anxious and worried for the future.
Your journey towards parenthood doesn't start with pregnancy itself it starts the moment you think about trying to conceive. Prenatal care and the right decisions about labor and delivery are important, but what you do before you ever get pregnant is just
Back when you were trying to conceive, you used to wait for the day on which your period would hopefully not show up, so you could take a pregnancy test.