The myth about cats giving pregnant women toxoplasmosis has been causing misery for a long time. Pregnant women can transmit toxoplasmosis, a rare parasitic disease, to their unborn…

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For many women, urine leakage (incontinence) is a common during pregnancy or after giving birth. As your body changes throughout pregnancy to accommodate a growing baby, the bladder…

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It’s possible to have a positive pregnancy test even if you aren’t technically pregnant. This is called a false positive. It’s sometimes caused by a chemical pregnancy. A…

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Beta-blocker exposure in pregnancy does not increase risk for fetal cardiac anomalies after adjusting for maternal comorbidities, according to a research letter published in JAMA Internal Medicine. “Beta-blockers…

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