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In Denmark, an analysis of approximately 1.4 million pregnant women found the use of the oral antifu...
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A new study hosted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states women should avoid alcoh...
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Many couples are turning to over-the-counter products that aid conception, in some cases using them...
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Medical researchers believe oral sex is the main way the human papilloma virus winds up in a person’...
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New research has suggested a new technique that may boost the odds an older woman has of becoming pr...
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Getting pregnant while on the pill doesn’t seem to lead to an increase in birth defects, according t...
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According to the American Society for Microbiology, evidence has suggested that injectable contracep...
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Women who use contraceptive implants such as an IUD (intrauterine device) or receive hormonal birth...
Women taking blood thinners can also take estrogen or hormone replacement therapy (HRT) safely, with...
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The abortion rate in America has declined by more than one-third within the past two decades, accord...

 
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