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    Posted 2 weeks ago

    Study: Daylight Savings Time May Affect Miscarriages in IVF Patients

    Research finds women with prior pregnancy loss history affected by DST in spring.

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    Every year on the second Sunday in March, the U.S. collectively  "springs forward" by setting the clock ahead one hour for Daylight Savings Time (DST). But new research links that sudden time change to higher miscarriage ...

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    When did you start potty training your toddler?

    My daughter will be 3 soon. Now that I have had our baby, I think I should start potty training her. Is now a good time?

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    When should I have my baby shower?

    I am 20 weeks pregnant with my rainbow baby and a few friends have offered to throw me a baby shower but I can't shake the nervousness.  I don't know if I want to have a baby shower until after my baby is born.  Has anyone done this ...

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    Posted 6 months, 1 week ago

    Why I Decided to Keep my Pregnancy a Secret

    I'm 10-weeks pregnant with my first child, and only myself, my husband and my doctor know! I can hear some of you saying, "Why in the world would you not share this good news with your family and friends!?" The answer is a bit complicated, but here are my ...

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    Is there treatment for recurrent pregnancy loss?

    I have been trying to get pregnant now for two years, my husband and I have been so much testing and they say "everything's ok." However I have had 3 miscarriages (all before 12 weeks). And, I'm just wondering is there anything I can do about recurrent pregnancy ...