There are a whole lot of signs that might indicate pregnancy. If you answer yes to more than 3 of these questions you might have a little bun in the oven! Go for a blood test though just to be sure.
If you fell pregnant easily with your first child but are battling to conceive another, you may be surprised to hear you are not alone. Secondary infertility is very common. Here is some information
What would you do if you found out that your eggs were no longer viable and you couldn’t conceive a baby? Would you ‘adopt’ an egg from a donor? These days, it’s a very real way to have a baby.
We love Sharon Van Wyk’s refreshingly honest blog on her journey through infertility to the miracle of adopting the most adorable Ava.
Miscarriage is a word all pregnant women fear. Having a miscarriage means losing a pregnancy before 20 weeks. Here is how to cope
Marelise, who originally wrote "From a cup of tea to a family of three! No! Wait! Four!" for us, shares her and her husband’s experience of raising two children, one biological and one adopted.
Last year I went to see my doctor and he confirmed that I was pregnant, he assumed that I was 3 weeks pregnant. A few days later I had burning pain on my right ovary and I went to a private hospital were they did a sonar and could not see anything, they then took my blood and the results came back positive. Two days later I started bleeding and clotting and I went back to the hospital for an ultrasound that said I was not pregnant - I think I miscarried. I'm concerned that he did not clean me and said if he did my womb will stick like glue. The only thing that could prove that I was expecting was my sensitive breasts and the bloodtest.