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The results of the 2016 presidential election have led to many discussions on a wide range of topics, and one of them has been focused on healthcare. Specifically, will a Trump presidency mean an end to the Affordable Care Act (ACA), the federal...
This might not be a couple’s first thought immediately after having a baby, but here’s something to think about: it’s possible for some women to conceive again within three weeks of having a baby, even before their first postpartum menstruation....
If you are breastfeeding and do not want to become pregnant, you should consider using some form of birth control unless you meet all of the strict criteria for lactational amenorrhea. With so many contraceptive options out there, it is important...
With so many birth control options out there for women to use, it can be hard to know which one might work best for you. However, we know that the category of long-acting reversible contraceptives (also known as LARCs) work the best in preventing...
When a sperm fertilizes an egg, things usually go according to plan. The sperm and egg each contribute equally to donating their chromosomes to the future developing fetus. Sometimes, however, this process can be a little mixed up and cause the...