Leuprolide Side Effects

What are potential side effects of Leuprolide? ... read more »

Warm Water Baths and Hot Tubs - Safe During Pregnancy?

It has been recommended that maternal body temperature not be repeatedly raised during pregnancy above 102°F (38.9° C). ... read more »

The Flu or Swine Flu - H1N1 Virus

The H1N1 Flu is also called Swine Flu. Swine flu is an infection caused by the H1N1 virus virus. ... read more »

Fever and Sperm

Will his fever affect his sperms and the sperm count? ... read more »

Strep Throat

Strep throat is one of the most common childhood illnesses. Small white patches appear on one or both sides of the throat and a fever abruptly starts. ... read more »

Rotavirus Infection during Pregnancy

Rotavirus is a common childhood infection that can also affect women during pregnancy. ... read more »

Seasonal Influenza (Flu) in Children

Every Fall, doctors suggest children and at-risk adults receive a seasonal flu vaccination. The vaccination can prevent the flu or curb the intensity of a flu infection. ... read more »

Acute Fever, Pregnancy and Fertility

An acute fever can be a sign of a serious complication for a pregnant woman or her baby. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services suggests that a pregnant woman call her doctor immediately if she develops a fever or chills. ... read more »

Bladder Infections: Overview, Causes and Symptoms

A bladder infection is a type of urinary tract infection that affects both men and women. ... read more »

Fever in Women May Interfere with Follicular Development

IVF and ICSI treatments are costly and time-consuming, so researchers are constantly looking for small details that can impact overall conception, pregnancy and live birth outcome. ... read more »

Ibuprofen During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

All about Ibuprofen and pregnancy/breastfeeding. Is it safe to use while pregnant and/or breastfeeding? ... read more »

Fever, Development and Autism: Is There a Connection?

When a pregnant woman suffers a fever, the risk of developmental delay and autism increases two-fold, but taking medication to reduce or control fever reversed the negative impact. ... read more »

Alleviating Cold And Flu Symptoms in Pregnancy

Cough, cold and flu symptoms are common in pregnancy. Can you take cold medicine to help alleviate symptoms or should you just tough it out? Which medications should you avoid? ... read more »

Sperm Count - When?

When should we consider having a spermanalysis and how do we have it done? ... read more »

Serious Symptoms In Baby: When To Call Your Pediatrician

How can you 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? ... read more »

Sexually Transmitted Diseases During Pregnancy

An infection during pregnancy is different from when you are not pregnant - it can affect the pregnant woman as well as the developing fetus inside the uterus. ... read more »

Does Your Baby Have Cold Feet?

A friend of mine recently complained that her baby seemed to have circulation problems. Whenever she grabbed her four-month-old’s hands and feet, they were very cold compared to the rest of his body. ... read more »

Can Fever Cause Autism?

Autism cases are on the rise and there are tons of potential causes thrown around in the media. Despite all of the finger pointing and clinical research, no definitive causes have been established, so pregnant women are at the mercy of luck - or are they? ... read more »

Keeping Your Body Temperature Consistent

Especially if you are feeling achy and sore during your pregnancy, you’re probably looking for relief. While a sauna might seem like a good option for relaxation, the elevated temperatures and intense heat could be extremely detrimental to your developing baby. ... read more »

What to Do When Your Newborn Has a Fever

When you bring your baby home, you should find out what his or her normal temperature is. That way, you’ll be able to alert your doctor immediately if your baby comes down with a fever. ... read more »