Pre-Screening for Uterine Killer Cells in Recurrent Miscarriage Patients

A study recently published in the journal Human Reproduction addresses the viability of pre-screening women with a history of recurrent miscarriage with no known cause for high uterine killer cells. A total of 160 women were pre-screened for the trial. ... read more »

High Risk Pregnancy Complications Guide

Information and Resources from babyMed about potential high-risk pregnancy complications that may be diagnosed during your pregnancy such as bleeding, hypertension, and premature delivery. ... read more »

Getting Pregnant After a Hysterectomy

Can I get pregnant after a hysterectomy? Can a woman with no uterus carry a child with no uterus? Can somebody else carry a child for her if she has no uterus? ... read more »

Methylergonovine During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding

All about methylergonovine and pregnancy/breastfeeding. Is it safe to use during pregnancy and/or breastfeeding? ... read more »

Repeat C-Sections and Uterine Rupture Risk

When a C-section is performed, an incision is made in the wall of the uterus to extract the fetus during delivery. The incision heals to a scar, which can alter the elasticity of the uterus during future pregnancies. ... read more »

Protein Important to Fertility and Risk of Miscarriage

Researchers have discovered that a protein enzyme may be responsible for some cases of infertility and recurrent miscarriage. The SGK1 enzyme needs to be carefully balanced to promote pregnancy and maintain pregnancy, according to research. ... read more »

Pregnancy Following Uterine Artery Embolization

Uterine artery embolization is commonly used to treat fibroids and other growths on the uterus. In some cases the treatment can render a woman infertile. This study pertaines to the live birth rates of women who requested fertility be spared. ... read more »

Pregnancy Outcomes Following Robot-assisted Myomectomy

Researchers have studied the outcomes of pregnancies conceived with use of laparoscopic myomectomy, but robot-assisted technologies have not been thoroughly tested. ... read more »

Uterine Anomalies and Pregnancy Outcomes

Sometimes the uterus fails to develop correctly. This usually happens when the fetus is inside the uterus before the baby is born, and it's called as a "congenital uterine anomaly." ... read more »

Am I Able to Get Pregnant After…

In many cases, illness, disease and injury will not affect the ability to become pregnant, but that is not always the case. ... read more »

Mullerian Anomalies: Uterus Bicornuate, Didelphus, Bicornuate

An abnormal uterus can have different shapes like unicornuate bicornuate didelphus and septate uterus. ... read more »

Molar Pregnancy - H Mole Or Hydatidiform Mole

A molar pregnancy is also known as a hydatidiform mole (H.Mole) A molar predgnancy is a benign tumor that develops in the uterus, usually from a fetus and a placenta. ... read more »

Understanding Uterine Rupture

When examining the topic of vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC), uterine rupture is commonly cited as the major risk, but understanding exactly how it happens and who is most at risk for it to occur is a common source of confusion. ... read more »

Uterine Anomalies - Bicornuate, Septate, Didelphys, Didelphic

Uterine anomalies include uterus didelphys, didelphus, didelphic, arcuate, bicornuate, septate. ... read more »

Cesarean Section Maternal Risks

Complications of a cesarean section include bleeding, infections, injury to organs, and future placenta accreta and placenta previa. ... read more »