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The health agency received more than 1,600 reports on women experience severe negative side effects from using Implanon.
New studies suggest the diet can alter how a fetus perceives smell and flavor, as well as change the brain to influence diet choices of the child in the future.
A new spermicidal mixture, C31G, has been shown to be at least as effective at pregnancy prevention when compared to the more common nonoxynol-9.
Common heartburn medicine, known as proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs), has shown no evidence of increasing birth defects when taken during pregnancy.
The likelihood of a woman with anorexia nervosa to have an unwanted pregnancy and have an abortion is far greater…
Oral contraceptives, or birth control pills, are no less effective in obese women when compared to thinner women.
Studies have just discovered that stressed women may find it more difficult to get pregnant. This study used biochemical markers to determine the amount (and type) of stress and its affects on fertility.