Tag: Pregnancy

Pregnancy is the result of the fertilisation of an egg with sperm.

Fertilisation could happen following sex, where there is physical contact between a man and a woman’s reproductive organs.

Following fertilisation, there is implantation where the fertilised egg is planted within the womb to develop into the baby.

This natural process could also happen outside of the human body in what we refer to as in vitro fertilisation.


Is it Possible to REVERSE an Abortion? What to Do if you Change Your Mind

Perhaps you’ve heard of the abortion reversal pill (abortion reversal treatment). If you haven’t, this progesterone pill is meant to prevent a medical abortion from proceeding.  Should you take an abortion reversal pill? That’s a question many women are asking and one that has yet […]


Management Strategies for a High-Risk Pregnancy

Navigating a high-risk pregnancy can be daunting, but it’s important to remain aware of the risks and take steps to reduce them. With the right strategies in place, you can manage these risks and increase your chances of delivering a healthy baby safely. Seek Care […]


Helpful Ways To Avoid Sickness While Pregnant At Christmas

Christmas is traditionally a busy time of the year for most of us. If you are pregnant at Christmas, you may have a lot more on your plate than others. In this post, we share a few conditions that happen around or because of Xmas […]


Donor Eggs & IVF: Benefits and How to Move Forward Easily

This week’s guest post on donor eggs and IVF explores the process involved and the benefits of using donor eggs in your IVF journey. When is it the right decision and how do you make the best choices for you and your family? Read on… […]


2 Early Pregnancy Symptoms (& Their Causes) That Can Unnerve You

This page examines some early pregnancy symptoms that indicate serious disease. So you just found out you are pregnant – what could go wrong?? Hopefully, nothing – but let’s look at four common early pregnancy events, their causes, treatments and outcomes for the pregnancy. Hyperemesis […]