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Postpartum Birth Control

Why is postpartum birth control recommended? If you are not using a birth control method, it is possible to get pregnant very soon after having a baby. Using a birth control method in the weeks

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Pregnancy and Depression

Depression is a common illness that can be mild or very serious. It is more than feeling sad or upset for a short time or feeling grief after a loss. Depression changes your thoughts, feelings,

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Dealing with a Miscarriage

A pregnancy loss or miscarriage can be heartbreaking, often leaving the mother feeling guilty and wondering if she did something wrong to cause it. Miscarriage in the first trimester (before about 13 weeks), also called

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Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary tract infections, also known as UTIs, are common, so if you think you have one, you’re not alone. Many women get them, and some get them often. Most are not serious and can be

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Nutrition During Pregnancy

Getting good nutrition during pregnancy isn’t overly complicated; it’s just a matter of eating smart. Your doctor will offer advice on what to eat – and what not to eat – but this guide works

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Preeclampsia: Know Your Risk

Preeclampsia is a serious blood pressure disorder that can happen during pregnancy or soon after childbirth. It is a leading cause of death worldwide for women, fetuses, and newborns. You can develop preeclampsia without even

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