In normal early pregnancies
up to 41 days' gestational age, beta-hCG levels double in 48 hours.
The focus of the original legislation, which President Clinton vetoed in 1996, was on catastrophic third-trimester pregnancies
While most of these pregnancies
(81%) eventually failed, 19% remained viable.
Comparative studies have documented an increased risk for MZ twinning in ART pregnancies
that included assisted hatching (Hershlag et al.
Tulandi found that levels of VEGF varied significantly from those with ectopic pregnancies
In the past decade, more than 500,000 women in Europe have used the drug to end early pregnancies
Between 1986 and 1996, the investigators tracked and recorded the outcomes of pregnancies
in 125 pregnant women exposed to organic solvents at workplaces such as factories, laboratories, graphic design businesses, and print shops.
LOS ANGELES -- Seeking to reduce the number of unintended pregnancies
among teens, The California Family Health Council, Inc.
About half of all pregnancies
in the United States are unintended--that is, either mistimed or unwanted, (10) Pregnancy intention might be a predictor of maternal behaviors that could affect pregnancy and infant outcomes.
Availability of Mifepristone will not stop zealots from their constant struggle to make sure all pregnancies
are carried to term, regardless of the circumstances of the pregnancy and those that will follow.
early in adulthood reduce a woman's lifelong risk of developing breast cancer, could short-term hormonal treatments that simulate aspects of pregnancy do the same thing?
The concept of unintended pregnancy among Latina teenagers and adults requires further exploration: Latinas are more likely than white women to experience contraceptive failure, (16) yet the proportion of pregnancies
they report as unintended (one-half) is similar to that reported for all U.
Among women hospitalized with severe morning sickness later in their pregnancies
, however, the gender ratio of the babies matched the national figures for births.
They worried that fetal cells from earlier pregnancies
might interfere with the testing of a current pregnancy.
A team of Nova Southeastern University (NSU) researchers, who've spent seven years investigating Alcohol-Exposed Pregnancies
(AEPs), received a $1 million federal grant to expand their research in 2005 and beyond.