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PCOS affects about one in 10 women and is one of the most common causes of infertility. Here’s what you should know.
From the moment you take a pregnancy test to the moment your baby is in your arms, your body will undergo an amazing transformation.
Being pregnant doesn’t protect you from getting a sexually transmitted infection. Here’s what you should know.
If you experience any of these signs, call your doctor or midwife right away.
When you’re pregnant, how do you know whether a symptom is cause for major concern or just a normal pregnancy annoyance?
Credit: Thinkstock When I was younger I assumed any vaginal examination would automatically include a Pap smear and testing for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). As I got older, I came to realize that my assumptions were false. Although the three ...