Some foods are safe and others are not safe during pregnancy because changes in hormones can cause a woman's immune system to become suppressed.
Read here more about what is safe and what is not in pregnancy and while trying to conceive. Which activities and sports, which foods, which exposures can
potentially harm your developing baby?
"Am I Pregnant" and "Could I be Pregnant" is the #1 health question both in women trying to get pregnant and those not trying to get pregnant.
Approximately one in 3-4 known pregnancies are lost within the first trimester to miscarriage. This number is based upon pregnancies that are verified before the miscarriage occurs.
Spotting in early pregnancy can be normal or it can predict a miscarriage. About 20-30% of all pregnant women normally experience some spotting early in pregnancy, and the good news is that the majority go on to have a healthy baby.
Drinking coffee and caffeine early in pregnancy may increase your risk of miscarriage and spontaneous abortion.
Bleeding and spotting during the first 2-3 months of your pregnancy is a very common event and is seen in about 1 in 3 pregnancies.