One of the most common questions we get here at BabyMed  is “Am I Pregnant?” and "What Are The Typical Early Pregnancy Symptoms?" In some cases this question is asked because you wish to be pregnant, and in other cases it is asked out of nervousness that you could be pregnant.

Heartburn is a common complaint among pregnant women. Hormonal changes
in the body throw off the digestive tract, altering flavor

You just found out your pregnant and the morning sickness is terrible. Your partner calls and says he’s not feeling well and that he’s been throwing up all morning at work.

Increased blood and fluid volume, changes in hormone levels, increased body weight and other changes can wreak havoc on the female body during pregnancy. One of the more common symptoms of pregnancy is leg cramps. These painful contractions of leg muscles typically occur in the lower leg or calf muscles, but sometimes involve foot muscles.

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Women trying to get pregnant often become frustrated when they miss their period but have a negative pregnancy test. What most don't realize is that when trying to conceive, the single most important factor is finding out if and when ovulation happens. Ovulation is when the egg is ejected from the ovary.

As women reach the age of 40, they begin thinking about menopause and how it will feel to move into the years of life when reproduction is no longer an option. For some women, menopause is like a rebirth with freedom from menstrual cycles and birth control options. Other women fear menopause symptoms will change their life for the worse. Here are 20 of the more common menopause symptoms.

As women near the age of menopause, they may find themselves suffering from menopause symptoms. Menopause is defined as the lack of menstrual cycles and egg maturation, so the “change of life” as it is commonly called, is actually perimenopause. Perimenopause can begin in the late 40s and last until the late 50s or early 60s, in rare cases.

How Will Perimenopause Symptoms Progress?

It can be very scary becoming a new parent, and not every little cough or rash is a problem. But how can you make sure to tell the difference between what's serious, and requires an immediate call or visit to the hospital or pediatrician's office, and what can wait until your baby’s next checkup?

Here are seven serious symptoms in babies that you should never ignore:

Your body hurts, you have cramps, maybe you are nauseous. Are you pregnant? Do you have the typical pregnancy symptoms?


It's been a week or two since you had sex, and now really want to know: could you be pregnant?