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My wife had a miscarriage and docs said it might have happened – Pune Mirror

My wife had a miscarriage and docs said it might have happened due to my smoking habit. I have quit now but experiencing erectile dysfunction. What should I do?

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Pregnant in a time of coronavirus the changing risks and what you need to know – The Conversation US

So, being pregnant and delivering in a pandemic whats that gonna look like?

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Amid Syria’s civil war, a rise in miscarriages among displaced women in the northeast – Syrian Arab Republic – ReliefWeb

Updated at 2:02pm EST with information on the first COVID-19 case confirmed in Syria. Kobane, SyriaMiscarriages have surged among displaced women in northeastern Syria over the last several months, according to a report released in January by Women Defend Rojava

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Here are 5 high-profile bills Utah’s governor just signed into law – Salt Lake Tribune

Utah Gov. Gary Herbert signed 151 bills Saturday, bringing his total to 334 from the recently completed legislative session. The governor has until April 1 to veto or sign legislation passed during the session

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Pregnant in a time of coronavirus – the changing risks and what you need to know – Fairfield Citizen

(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) Hector Chapa, Texas A&M University (THE CONVERSATION) So, being pregnant and delivering in a pandemic whats that gonna look like? That question, sent to me by a colleague who is both a registered nurse and an expectant mother, stopped me in my tracks. As an OB-GYN physician, I naturally focus on the science of health care

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After an abortion and a miscarriage, this woman became a pro-life speaker – Aleteia EN

In a society in which abortion is considered a womans right, Leire Navaridas, a Spaniard, wants to shed light on her experience by giving talks to debunk the goodness of abortion. I am a mother of three children, although only one of them is alive, she says.

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Some People Are Disclosing Their Pregnancies Early Because of the Coronavirus – Self

I discovered I was not the only one sharing their pregnancy news on the early side because of fears over the virus. While Ive (thankfully) been working from home for years, many women I spoke to were focused on telling their employers early to ensure they werent exposing themselves to others at their workplaces, especially if their employers had been slow to act on setting people up to telework.

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Shielding the Fetus From the Coronavirus – The New York Times

Newborns and babies have so far seemed to be largely unaffected by the coronavirus, but three new studies suggest that the virus may reach the fetus in utero. Even in these studies, the newborns seemed only mildly affected, if at all which is reassuring, experts said. And the studies are small and inconclusive on whether the virus does truly breach the placenta.

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Pregnant Joy-Anna Duggar gives fans glimpse of growing bump at 19 weeks – The Sun

PREGNANT Joy-Anna Duggar gave fans a glimpse of her growing baby bump at 19 weeks last night.

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Coronavirus: What we know so far about risks to pregnancy and babies – New Scientist News

By Jessica Hamzelou Mike Harrington/Getty Images As cases of covid-19 continue to multiply around the world, we are all being advised to take precautions to avoid getting infected, whether that is singing your favourite 20-second tune while washing your hands, avoiding non-essential travel or working from home. But what about people who are pregnant

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Breaking the taboo of miscarriage and its mental health impacts – Raconteur

There are an estimated 250,000 miscarriages in the UK every year, but it is not always clear why we find it so difficult to talk about something that happens so often. Miscarriage can be a lonely and isolating experience, and it is often hard to get answers to questions about possible causes

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Lockerbie bomber conviction ‘may have been miscarriage of justice’ – The Guardian

A grievous miscarriage of justice described by some as the worst in British legal history may have occurred in the conviction of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi for the Lockerbie bombing, the Scottish criminal cases review commission has found. The SCCRC approved an application to refer Megrahis conviction back to the appeal court on Wednesday following an application by the lawyer Aamer Anwar on behalf of Megrahis family.

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HPV tied to miscarriages and pre-term births – The Union Leader

Pregnant women infected with human papillomavirus may be at increased risk for miscarriages and preterm deliveries, a review of past research suggests.

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How botched West Yorkshire police investigation cost innocent man 16 years – ExaminerLive

Almost 45 years ago, the body of 11-year-old Lesley Molseed was found near a remote roadside layby on the trans-Pennine A672 near Rishworth Moor in West Yorkshire, eight miles from the family home in Rochdale. The schoolgirl, who had disappeared from home while on an errand to the shops for her mum, had been sexually assaulted and stabbed 12 times, one of which had pierced her heart

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The potential pitfalls of an IVF add-on – Quartz

At age 42, Amy Klein had already suffered three miscarriages and gone through several rounds of IVF. She wasnt done trying to have a baby. But she worried that her age likely meant that her eggs had chromosomal abnormalities that kept her from getting pregnant.

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Listeria outbreak: Four dead and two miscarriages in potential infection from recalled enoki mushrooms – The Independent

Four people have died and another 30 have been hospitalised with listeria, after eating what officials suspect were recalled enoki mushrooms from the company Sung Hong Foods.

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The day that I was supposed to become a mom: How I’ve dealt with miscarriage – CBC.ca

'We tried to contain our excitement,' writes contributor Dana Tucker, 'but deep down I knew that if something happened, containing my excitement now wouldn't make it any easier then.' (Maddie Mills Photography/Submitted by Dana Tucker) There's a date March 13, 2020 that has held many different emotions for me since June 2019. Looking down at those two pink lines in disbelief, I was so thankful that it hadn't taken my husband and I long to conceive, a fear that I knew all too often becomes reality for many couples. Going to my first doctor's appointment, she quickly referenced her chart and told us a tentative due date: March 13.

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‘Midwifery is about the celebration of new life, but it is also about loss’ – Nursing Times

As I sit writing this I have just finished bleeding following a miscarriage. Nearly two weeks ago I found out I was pregnant for the first time, then six days later I started to bleed

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Heartbroken mum who suffered miscarriage hits back at hospital for carrying baby in a takeaway container – The Scottish Sun

A MUM who suffered a miscarriage has hit back at a hospital after they carried her baby away in a "takeaway container". Mum-of-five Michelle Umbehauer, from New Jersey, wrote about her tragic miscarriage seven years ago in a touching essay for Love What Matters

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HPV tied to miscarriages and preterm births – Reuters

(Reuters Health) - Pregnant women infected with human papillomavirus (HPV) may be at increased risk for miscarriages and preterm deliveries, a review of past research suggests. Mothers who have HPV are almost twice as likely as those who are not infected to have their water break before babies are full-term and 50% more likely to deliver babies too early, the analysis of data from 38 previous studies found. Women with HPV are also more than twice as likely to experience a miscarriage or stillbirth.

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‘I felt really stranded’: B.C. woman says she struggled to access care after miscarriage – CBC.ca

When Ivana Horacek suspected she was losing her pregnancylast October, the worry was unbearable. Asit turned out, her struggle to find the care she needed was even worse. "I felt really stranded," said the Port Moody resident.

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Celebrity Moms Who’ve Opened Up About Miscarriage & Are Fighting the Stigma – SheKnows

Its easy to guess at least by looking at plenty of moms on Instagram that pregnancy and parenthood are glorious, joyful, if somewhat messy and sleep-deprivation-inducing experiences.

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We Need to Talk About the Financial Toll of Miscarriage – Yahoo Lifestyle

Of women who know they're pregnant, about 10 to 15 percent of pregnancies end in miscarriage. And it's no surprise that the experience of losing a baby is a deeply emotional onebut it can also be an expensive one.

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Body positive influencer reveals she never expected the physical pain of miscarrying in raw post – 9Honey

A body positive influencer has opened up about miscarrying in a raw Instagram post, confessing she never expected the physical pain that comes with losing a pregnancy. Sierra Schultz, 24, has more than one million subscribers on YouTube and 228,000 followers on Instagram, where she regularly shares body-positive posts and encourages women to be kind to their bodies

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Ginger Tea in Pregnancy: Benefits, Safety, and Directions – Healthline

If you buy something through a link on this page, we may earn a small commission. How this works. Ginger tea is made by steeping fresh or dried ginger root in hot water

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