Pregnancy

According to a People.com article Jamie King and her husband,Kyle Newman, are expecting their second child. Her most recent role on television been as Lemon Breeland on the CW series Hart of Dixie.

Jaime King shared the happy news on her Instagram with a picture of her 16 month-old son James Knight in front of a paper that read “I’M GONNA BE A BIG BROTHER ! WHO DA BOSS NOW… Continue reading

Most people would r think that Viagra would be only used help women get pregnant, but that was it. The pill is generally prescribed to help men achieve erection by helping to simulate blood flow in the penis. Now that same concept is being transposed to the womb.

Doctors hope that by giving women Viagra during pregnancy they will help stimulate blood flow to the womb. This increase blood flow,… Continue reading

It is now recommended by the CDC (Center for Disease Control) that pregnant women should get the pertussis, which is commonly referred to as whooping cough, vaccine.  They say it is so that some of the antibodies will pass on to the baby through the placenta, while getting the mother immunized as well.   The vaccine is given to babies during a part of the regular immunization schedule,… Continue reading

Some tests have become standard for pregnant moms and have become part of the normal prenatal visits.   Recently, adding lead testing to one of the routine tests was considered.  Instead of deciding to test all pregnant women, a Rueters on Yahoo article reports that the ACOG   recommended that that women be screened for their risk of lead exposure and those that are high risk should… Continue reading

In the United States, the rate of C-sections has grown higher that most would want at 34%. This increase in C-sections has been attributed to many factors, but many would agree that the number could be less. It was surprising to see that China is facing C-section numbers that even higher than those in the United States. A MSNBC online article states that the rate of C-section in China is… Continue reading

For parents seeking out infertility treatment their goal is to have medicine help them have a healthy child. The ultimate goal of having healthy children may be diminished as the amount of babies that the mom is pregnant with increases. The more babies that an expectant mother is carrying the earlier she will have to deliver those babies. There are potential complications to both the mother and the baby.… Continue reading

All across the globe in industrialized nations there has been a rise in multiple births and pregnancies.   Advance maternal age at time of conception and fertility treatment contributes to the rise in multiple births.  

Canadian officials have seen that there is a need to institute new policies in monitoring the pregnancies of twins.  Although twins are double the blessing, there are additional possible complications that… Continue reading

Several people will soon be charged with scamming couples out of thousands of dollars.   At least 6 victims of the scam have been identified.   The Associated Press reported that charges will soon be filed by the Oklahoma Attorney General against several people that faked pregnancies with the intention to just defraud families.

One positive is that there is not an actual child involved in this situation.… Continue reading

On the way to the hospital, which happened to be 15 minute away, Mandy Lambert surprisingly gave birth to a baby boy.   Her mother-in-law was driving her and according to the mom she left the house as soon as labor started.  This was her third pregnancy and her third go around with labor and therefore Lambert thought she had enough time to get to the hospital… Continue reading

A truly miraculous pregnancy and birth happened when a baby was delivered at 32 weeks after growing outside his mother’s uterus.  Nicky Soto was told when she was 18 months pregnant that the baby was not growing in her uterus and that it was definite risk to her life and the life of her unborn son.  The mom decided to continue on with the pregnancy and remained in… Continue reading