Taking a pregnancy test can be stressful, especially when you do not want to wait. Find out when is the best time to one and the accuracy of early results.
Track your pregnancy week by week and learn more about symptoms, baby's development, and self-care tips as you prepare to meet your baby.
Seminoma is a type of testicular cancer that arises from germ cells. Learn its symptoms, causes, how it is diagnosed, and what treatments are used.
Several factors set the stage for conception and influence your chances of having a baby. Learn more about them so you can increase the likelihood that you'll get pregnant.
Implantation bleeding can occur shortly before confirming pregnancy. Other causes of bleeding include miscarriage, infection and ectopic [pregnancy.
Learn why doctors often advise women to wait one to three months to get pregnant again after experiencing a miscarriage and if it's necessary.
A negative pregnancy test can be disappointing, particularly if you feel pregnant. There are several reasons why this might happen.
After a miscarriage, couples will often want to try again immediately. While ovulation is the deciding factor, other issues should be considered.
Problems with the placenta are a leading cause of preterm labor and pregnancy loss. Learn more about the placenta, complications, causes, and treatments.
Knowing when implantation occurs is helpful if you are trying to conceive. Learn about timing and signs or symptoms that may happen with implantation.