Category: Might Be Pregnant

Mary Jane Minkin, M.D. is a board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist in private practice in New Haven, Connecticut, and a Clinical Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Yale University School of Medicine. She is a lead author and co-author of articles in numerous peer-reviewed

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If you’re pregnant, or trying to get pregnant, you may have heard of DHA. But what is DHA? DHA is an acronym for the nutrient docosahexaenoic acid, an Omega-3 fatty acid. (No wonder they abbreviate it.) Today, with people often eating

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You pee on a stick and then a few minutes later the answer to one of the biggest questions in a woman’s life appears, seemingly almost by magic, in a small window. It reads either “pregnant” or “not pregnant.” But how

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Any woman who has ever taken a pregnancy test can tell you that most of them are not necessarily practical. For starters, it’s pretty easy to miss your mark on those things; they’re pretty small. And when you’re being asked to

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Though not the norm, a false negative pregnancy test can happen. That means you can get a negative result when you are actually pregnant. There are a few reasons this can happen, and many of them are preventable. 1. You take

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