Having another child after experiencing postpartum depression, or another perinatal mental health disorder, may seem daunting as a new mother. What if it happens again? What if it is worse? Who would sign themselves up for this experience again?
We continue our series focused on getting pregnant. In this episode, what's involved in a basic infertility evaluation? What exactly are medical providers looking for and what tests and exams are typically performed?
You already know the basics of baby making, but medically-speaking, the process of getting pregnant is nothing short of a miracle. Learn more about how ovulation occurs, the amazing race to fertilize the egg and how that union transforms into your child.
Did you know the way you become pregnant can impact your overall breastfeeding success? An Australian study suggests mothers who become pregnant through IVF (in-vitro fertilization) may experience more challenges when trying to nurse their babies. What are some of the challenges mothers face when breastfeeding after IVF? And what can determined moms do to improve their overall experience?
You’ve just had your baby. And since you have baby on the brain, you start to wonder how quickly you can get pregnant again. Can it happen immediately after giving birth? What if you haven’t had your period yet? What do you need to know about getting pregnant shortly after having a baby?