What Your Period Is Telling You About Your Health – Part 1

We all know that periods happen once a month, last 7 days, rinse and repeat the next month, right? Not for all women. The "normal" range for bleeding is from 3 to 7 days. A normal cycle length can be anywhere from 21 days to 35 days. Blood should be bright red, with no spotting …

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Secondary Infertility: Trying To Get Pregnant Again

What is Secondary Infertility Secondary infertility is the inability to get pregnant or maintain a pregnancy after having already given birth. It's more common than you might think, accounting for about 50 percent of infertility cases. In fact, more couples experience secondary infertility than primary infertility (infertility the first time around). It’s especially common in …

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