Pregnancy: Symptoms, Trimesters, Information Document List
Updated/Revised Date: 2022-04-12
Summary: Although some of these documents from our Pregnancy Information category may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted below by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created.
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Pregnancy Information Publications - (55 Articles)
Penn study shows women with infertility due to PCOS have a significantly decreased likelihood of successful pregnancy if they are vitamin D deficient.
Clinical trial finds administering low-dose aspirin (150 mg) led to reduction in rate of pre-term preeclampsia, resulting in delivery before 37 weeks.
Hope for families with inheritable mitochondrial disorders as details of IVF technique using mitochondrial replacement therapy released.
Study reveals women should avoid consuming large amounts of liquorice during pregnancy.
Research reveals mothers who purchased antidepressants during pregnancy had increased risk of language disorders among their offspring compared to mothers with depression not treated with antidepressants.
Isotretinoin (Accutane), used to treat severe acne, can severely harm a fetus, causing craniofacial, cardiac and central nervous system defects, and high likelihood of miscarriage or medical termination.
North Shore University Hospital Center for Maternal Fetal Health opens Zika in Pregnancy Clinic for expectant mothers.
Study supports theory that detrimental effects of low-level exposure to mercury may be outweighed by beneficial effects of fish consumption.
Study reveals if a mother drinks alcohol during pregnancy the chances of next three generations developing alcoholism increases.
Information regarding Rh Disease, an inherited protein found on the surface of red blood cells and one of the causes of hemolytic disease of the newborn.
New study looks at mother and baby outcomes regarding both at home and in hospital delivery birth setting.
General information and U.S. statistics regarding abortion, one of the most common medical procedures performed in America every year.
Studies show no long term effects of antidepressant use during pregnancy, but risk of significant blood loss during childbirth is increased.
Information regarding steps for a safe and healthy pregnancy before and during the pregnancy.
Study of early developmental exposure effect on an unborn child to antidepressants Prozac and Lexapro in model that mimics third trimester medication exposure.
Pregnant women exposed to phthalates daily at levels similar to those found associated with substantial reductions in IQ of children.
Symptoms and treatment information regarding Preeclampsia, a condition that can affect pregnant women after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
New research identifies a regulator responsible for malformation of limbs in phocomelia pinpointing a specific target for possible future intervention.
Study by Yale School of Medicine researchers provides insight into how much women of reproductive age in the United States know about reproductive health.
Homebirth may expose the child to unreasonable risk of potentially life changing disability for benefits that may be comparatively small.
Pregnancy Discrimination Act (PDA) requires pregnant workers be treated the same as colleagues with similar abilities.
President Obama signed into law S. 252 PREEMIE Reauthorization Act to re-authorize research, education and intervention activities related to preterm birth and infant mortality.
Information and symptoms relating to postpartum depression and psychosis in mothers with new born babies.
Study reveals women who took folic acid supplements from 4 weeks before conception to 8 weeks into pregnancy had 40% lower risk of giving birth to children with autism.
Pregnant females exposed to elevated levels of ozone air pollution in the first three months of pregnancy may be at increased risk for complications such as preeclampsia and premature birth.
Women take longer to give birth today than did women 50 years ago, according to an analysis of nearly 140,000 deliveries conducted by researchers at the National Institutes of Health.
Under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), if you are disabled by pregnancy, childbirth or a related medical condition, you are eligible to take a pregnancy disability leave (PDL).
Cesarean delivery challenged by research that found procedure did not help some preterm babies who were small for gestational age and may have contributed to breathing problems.
As many as one in six pregnant women tested positive for gestational hypothyroidism or under-active thyroid during pregnancy.
Promising research may offer hope for women with lupus who once thought that pregnancy was too risky.
Study finds babies of mothers with a higher pre-pregnancy body mass index are fatter and have more fat in their liver.
Consuming Omega 3 fatty acids during pregnancy helps protects babies against illness during early infancy.
Maternal smoking causes a range of serious birth defects including heart defects missing or deformed limbs clubfoot gastrointestinal disorders and facial disorders.
Poor oral health such as periodontal gum disease can have a significant effect on the time it takes to get pregnant.
A third of women surveyed who were being treated for pregnancy related depression reported a history of eating disorders.
Pregnant women and newborns should be routinely screened for cytomegalovirus (CMV) to prevent hearing loss and intellectual disability in infants.
More than half of the women in a survey reported methods to induce labor include walking, sex, and eating spicy food.
Preventing excess weight gain in pregnancy is essential to the health of all mothers and their babies.
Pregnancy and labor complications such as prolonged labor, or when the pregnancy is too short or long, are major risk factors for birth injury.
Researchers report widespread and increasing medication use among pregnant women. The results include information not only on use of prescription drugs but also OTC medications.
Evidence that numerous environmental factors may have effect on fertility and the health of developing fetuses.
Low to moderate intensity weight-lifting exercise program can be safe for women with a low-risk pregnancy.
Iron-deficient babies develop more slowly and show brain abnormalities such as slow language learning and behavioral problems.
Pregnant women and nursing mothers often require more nutrients than other women.
Current guidance advising mothers in the UK to exclusively breast feed for the first six months of their baby life is being questioned.
Late-preterm babies those born between 34 and 36 weeks are at an increased risk for cognitive and emotional problems.
Human milk is important for all newborns and especially for sick infants.
No evidence that taking fish oil capsules during pregnancy can help reduce risk of post-natal depression contrary to international recommendations.
Saint Louis University researcher encourages women to talk to their doctors about options.
Smoking during pregnancy may harm the child motor control and coordination.
The risk of women dying from pregnancy-related causes in a low-income country is 36 times higher than in a developed country.
Nearly half of women with diabetes prior to pregnancy have a potentially-avoidable C-section and their babies are twice as likely to die.
Seasonal flu vaccine for 2010 - 2011 designed for H3N2 virus an influenza B virus and the 2009 H1N1 virus so only one shot is needed.
Tips and advice for traveling when pregnant to ensure you and your baby remain healthy during travel.
How much weight obese women should safely gain during pregnancy is often controversial.
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