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If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer, you may be worried about how it will affect your ability to have children. Here’s what we know about one type of cancer treatment, immunotherapy, and its effects on fertility.
How well a new mother's pain is managed during her recovery from childbirth appears to directly influence her risk of postpartum depression.
Ready to start a family? Read this report to learn about the various fertility treatment options for obese moms-to-be, plus how they might affect you physically and emotionally.
What you need to know if you’re planning on becoming, or are pregnant.
Is it safe to have kids when you have this form of kidney disease? Here’s what you should know.
Planning a pregnancy with ulcerative colitis? Here are some things you should know to better prepare.
Thomeeka Speaks of Rhode Island received insurance coverage for egg retrieval fertility preservation services during acute lymphoblastic leukemia treatment.
When your thyroid is not healthy or fully functional, it can affect your ability to get pregnant. Here’s when to see a specialist.
Here's what you should know about the risk of miscarriage with thyroid disease, and 9 ways to help you have a healthy baby.
Cancer survivors who were treated with "cardiotoxic" cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy to the thorax, are more likely to develop clinical congestive heart failure during and after pregnancy.