Here are some potential hurdles women may face when seeking care for PPD and some tips for how to overcome them.
If you've been trying several months to conceive and have not been successful, check out these tips to boost your fertility.
Becoming pregnant while taking birth control pills doesn't seem to increase the risk of birth defects, a new study suggests.
If you're pregnant and want to exercise in warm weather or take hot baths or short saunas, it's safe within limits, according to new research.
Trying to Get Pregnant? Get the answers you need by talking with your health care provider about getting pregnant. Start with these questions.
Progesterone is a hormone that regulates many functions in a woman's body. Learn to recognize low progesterone and what you can do about it.
Women who are ready to have a baby often have questions about how to improve their chances of getting pregnant. Nurse Barb Dehn offers some answers.
If you're trying to get pregnant, it may help you get pregnant faster if you know the signs that you're ovulating.
Before you even miss your period, you may have some signs of pregnancy like fatigue, breast tenderness, nausea, mood swings and food aversions. A pregnancy test will confirm.
If you want to find out exactly when you got pregnant, talk with your health care provider. You may not be able to pinpoint the day, but you can usually narrow it down to a week.
Though the dangers of smoking during pregnancy to both mother and baby are well-known, just over 7 percent of women still light up while pregnant, a new government report shows.
Regular aerobic exercise during pregnancy may improve baby's motor skills and may even lead to more active kids later on, a new study suggests.
A home birth can be a safe and natural way to give birth, but you need to discuss it with your partner, make sure you're a good candidate and be prepared.
Expectant moms often try to plan as many aspects of their upcoming delivery as they can. But one thing they might not consider is what type of pain relief they will choose if they need to have a C-section.
Certain health conditions affect black women more than women of other ethnicities. Being better informed can help reduce risk for some of these conditions.
New research finds that switching homes during the first three months of pregnancy is tied to an increased risk that a baby will be born prematurely or at a low birth weight.
These tests look for problems that could signal birth defects or genetic diseases, and the results can help you make the most informed decisions before and after you deliver.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday approved the first drug to help postpartum depression.
Many women experience postpartum depression after giving birth. Now there's evidence that bringing a baby into the family can also cause men to experience postpartum depression.
Like many other couples wanting to start a family, we assumed it would just be simple as not using protection anymore. For us, and many other couples like us, it wasn’t that simple at all.
When couples experience recurrent pregnancy loss, it's natural for them to want to know why. Now, a new study suggests that sperm DNA damage could be a factor.
A woman's choice to freeze her eggs is very personal and reasons and results vary. Here is one woman's story about her experience freezing her eggs for a future pregnancy.
Undiagnosed and untreated depression among pregnant women and new mothers can put a baby's health at risk.
Three new eye problems—retinal lesions, bleeding in the retina and abnormal blood vessel development in the retina—in babies born with a Zika-related birth defect have been identified by researchers.