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If growing your family is proving difficult, you are certainly not alone. Secondary infertility is a reality to many. Dreaming of Baby speaks with Dr. Sunny Jun on the causes and treatment of secondary infertility.
A new study has found that the risk of an endometriosis diagnosis is reduced amongst women who breastfed.
An international team of researchers has found that BPA, a chemical used in plastic packaging and in the linings of food and beverage cans can pass from the mother to her baby causing chronic inflammation in the offspring's intestines and liver.
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An ectopic pregnancy places the woman’s health at risk; early detection is hence imperative. Dreaming of Baby discusses the symptoms and treatment of ectopic pregnancy with Dr. Mark Trolice, M.D.
Jessica Allen, a surrogate mom from California gave birth to twins but later found that one of them is biologically hers.
Are you both apprehending and looking forward to your day in the delivery room? Just like your partner, it helps to be prepared in the run-up to your baby’s birth. Read on to wow the midwives with your thorough knowledge!
Albeit being a very common health condition amongst women of reproductive age, there is surprisingly a lot of confusion as to what the syndrome really entails. Dr. Rebecca Chilvers shares insight on what you need to know about PCOS and fertility.
Carrier screening analyzes DNA to identify your chances of having a child with a genetic disorder. Whilst carrier screening can be done during pregnancy, Lama Elkhoury from Sema4 speaks with Dreaming of Baby about the importance of testing prior to conceiving.
Rafael Calle is a father building his business whilst staying at home with his daughter. A year in, he shares tips and offers advice for other dads thinking of embarking on the same journey. Dads, here's what you need to know about working from home with your little ones in tow.
Khloe Kardashian shares her surprise at one pregnancy fact that she found unexpected.
Pregnancy and birth bring with them substantial changes. Whilst it’s normal to feel overwhelmed at times, episodes of sadness and helplessness should not be taken lightly. Mental health and wellbeing during pregnancy and after are as important as your physical health. There are ways to help you take care of your mental health during pregnancy and as new parents.
Mental Health is an important yet often overlooked subject when it comes to having a healthy pregnancy and post-pregnancy. We asked a number of healthcare professionals as well as a mom who experienced such concerns to share insight on mental health in pregnancy.
With numerous products containing pollutants and toxins, staying away from harmful substances prior to pregnancy is sometimes easier said than done. Dr. Sally Warren speaks about frequently used products that may be adversely affecting your health and, eventually, that of your baby.