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Dr. Stef Kaandorp, from the Centre for Reproductive Medicine, Academic Medical Centre, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, said that his group's research was the first to look at time to natural conception in women with RM, and that its results would help health professionals to advise and treat patients appropriately.
Adalimumab (ADA), a drug often prescribed for women with Crohn's disease, actively crosses the placenta during the final trimester of pregnancy and remains in a newborn's bloodstream for at least three months.
Drinking alcohol during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of miscarriage, premature birth, and low birth weight.
Women who are obese during early pregnancy have a significantly increased risk of their baby dying before, during or up to one year after birth.
A retrospective study of women who became pregnant while using intrauterine devices shows that more than half of the IUDs were malpositioned.
Blood group incompatibility between Henry VIII and his wives could have driven the Tudor king's reproductive woes.
The depression and anxiety that result after a woman has a miscarriage can persist for many years, even if the mother goes on to have healthy offspring.
NameLab With Tools for Choosing Baby Names Featured on Popular Parenting Site Boston, MA (PRWEB) March 1, 2011 Pregnancy is an exciting time for new moms- and dads-to-be, but it can also be confusing as the expectant mother sees changes in her body and needs to make decisions about everything - from what to eat to how to outfit a nursery.
New York fertility clinic Center for Human Reproduction discovers a correlation between maternal autoimmunity and miscarriages due to genetic defects. New York, NY (Vocus/PRWEB) February 16, 2011 New research by a New York fertility center discovered a correlation between maternal autoimmunity and miscarriages apparently caused by the embryos' genetic abnormalities.
Teenage girls and young women infected with HIV get pregnant more often and suffer pregnancy complications more frequently than their HIV-negative peers.
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