IVF or in-vitro fertilization was first performed in 1978 in UK, resulting in the birth of a healthy baby boy, since then more than one million babies have been born using this technique. Over the years, IVF is improved and increasingly able to deal with more serious infertility problems, many of which were once thought untreatable.
Given that unintended pregnancy is quite common, mothers should understand all the underlying predisposing factors. Moreover, those who have more than two consecutive unplanned abortions should benefit from a complete evaluation to determine possible risks and to find out what treatments are necessary to prevent recurrent loss.
It may seem hard to believe, but men, including husbands and doctors, were once unwanted or even considered as an intruder in delivery room. Before 1960’s, it was very rare for husbands to watch the delivery process directly.
One thing is predictable about kids; they are unpredictable! Those little babies may prove this fact right off the bat; some of them unexpectedly arrive weeks before the due date.
A healthy full-term pregnancy usually lasts for about 40 weeks. Mothers who deliver after 38 and 42 weeks are usually have normal babies.
Childbirth is an ancient human practice, but one the most important changes happen in the prenatal testing field. Now, we have the chance to know important facts about our child before the delivery.
Women’s infertility issues are more complex due to so many different things that can be at fault.
Milk, milk, milk – that’s the ultimate word in your baby’s dictionary in his first year.