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31.07.2018 - What to do about an evaporation line on a pregnancy test

An evaporation line on a pregnancy test is a faint, non-colored line that may appear if a person uses the test incorrectly. In this article, learn to tell the difference between an evaporation line and a positive test result. We also describe how pregnancy tests work and how to prevent evaporation lines from appearing. read more

30.07.2018 - Cervical dilation through the stages of labor

Between the early stages of labor to the point of delivery, the cervix opens up from a tight, closed hole to an opening the size of a large bagel. With the aid of a cervix dilation chart, we take a look at what these cervix sizes look like. The article also looks at what people can expect at each stage of labor. read more

27.07.2018 - Can you have a period while pregnant?

Light bleeding, or spotting, in early pregnancy is common but does not mean a woman is having her period. Once an egg implants in the womb, periods will stop until after a woman has given birth. In this article, learn more about the link between menstruation and pregnancy, as well as other possible causes of bleeding. read more

26.07.2018 - How to relieve postpartum night sweats

Postpartum night sweats, or night sweats that happen shortly after childbirth, are common, temporary, and treatable. Women have night sweats due to shifting hormone levels after pregnancy. Read on to learn about the causes of postpartum night sweats and how to relieve them with home remedies and other treatments. read more

26.07.2018 - What causes vaginal cramps?

Vaginal cramps, or spasms, can occur for a variety of reasons. Most of the time, mild vaginal cramps are due to menstruation. Severe or recurring vaginal cramps may occur as a result of an underlying medical condition, such as endometriosis, pelvic inflammatory disease, or dyspareunia. Learn more here. read more

24.07.2018 - Is my newborn sleeping too much?

Many parents will look forward to their newborn sleeping, but sometimes a newborn will sleep so much that they become concerned. After birth, babies need a lot of rest as they continue to develop and grow. But how much sleep is normal for a newborn and what can parents do about excessive sleep? Learn more here. read more

20.07.2018 - How to care for yourself after an abortion

A medical abortion is generally a safe procedure that carries few risks. It is important to know what to expect after an abortion, including the recovery time. In this article, we talk about what to do after an abortion and when to see a doctor. We also provide some self-care tips. read more