Glucose Tolerance Testing during pregnancy

Glucose Challenge and Glucose Tolerance Testing, commonly referred to as GCT and GTT are tests performed to determine if the mother is suffering from gestational diabetes or glucose intolerance dur

Coping with Birth Injuries

Pregnancy and childbirth is a beautiful thing, and while many children are born healthy and strong every single day, there are many who experience complications during delivery that can lead to bir

Five safe exercises during pregnancy

It is important to maintain a regular exercise routine during pregnancy as it helps you in a number of ways including improved sleep, better mood, reduced aches and pains.

How to Cope with Morning Sickness

Nausea often sets in even before you get a positive pregnancy test. For some women, the morning sickness stays throughout the day, while for others, it is at its worst in the morning.

Types of fertility practices to choose from

Going through fertility treatment is emotionally hard for the couple and going to a practice which is not compassionate can be quite stressful. Therefore it is important to select a practice which offers a relaxed and caring environment.

Getting Enough Calcium for Your Growing Baby

Pregnancy is the beginning of a beautiful time in your life but it’s very important to take care of yourself and eat properly so that your baby gets the right amount of nutrients required for norma

How successful will induction of labor be?

The best way to predict whether the induction is going to be successful, and whether you are going to have a normal delivery is to do a vaginal examination and check the cervix for 5 different parameters, and adding them up for the Bishop score.

My Angel Jordan

I have just experienced a loss in my ttc journey I lost my baby at 4weeks and 5days pregnant, people call it a chemical pregnancy but my baby was not a chemical.

37 to 38 Week Delivery: Risk of Health Issues

A new study published in the journal sheds light on a problem with the 37-week theory. According to the study, infants born at 37 weeks to 38 weeks are at increased risk of health problems compared to infants born closer to 40 weeks. 

Your due date is usually not your baby's birthday

Every pregnant woman knows that when you are pregnant, the countdown to your due date begins the day of conecption. But what  is clear is that what you think is your due date may not be your baby's actual birthday.

Getting pregnant after laparoscopy

I just had the lap done on Jan 7th, I got my AF on the 16th and I'm almost positive I ovulated on the 30th. I had mild cramping like I usually have when I ovulate.