Pregnancy has its own challenges and you want to do everything right for the baby. Find out more about what science can tell us about how pregnancy really works and how to tell a myth from a fact.

Can I Get Pregnant If...? Fertility and Pregnancy Myths

There are many circumstances under which pregnancy can happen. BabyMed debunks pregnancy fertility myths. ... read more »

One Day to Get Pregnant Each Month

 Is there only one day to get pregnant each month? ... read more »

Labor During Certain Weather

A full moon and bad weather do not increase your chances going into labor. ... read more »

Is it Safe to Touch a Cat During Pregnancy

It is safe to touch a cat during pregnancy, but always wash your hands afterward. ... read more »

Avoiding Spicy Foods

Can eating spicy foods in pregnancy induce labor? ... read more »

Evaluating Current Ventilation Therapies in Preterm Infants

Ventilation and other medical interventions are often used on pre-term infants to improve lung function and prolong early life long enough to allow the lungs to develop properly and sustain life without medical intervention. ... read more »

Can Sex and Exercise Harm My Baby?

Sex and exercise are safe during pregnancy. ... read more »

Can Raising My Hands Above My Head Hurt the Fetus?

Is it true that raising my hands above my head can hurt my baby? ... read more »

Fetal Heart Rate

Can fetal heart rate predict my baby's sex? ... read more »

Is Eating for Two Necessary During Pregnancy?

I have heard people use the expression "eating for two" with regards to eating during pregnancy. Do I really have to eat that much? ... read more »

Sperm in Mouth

Can I get pregnant if he ejaculates in my mouth? ... read more »