Getting Pregnant

Understanding Implantation Bleeding

The reason implantation bleeding can be easily confused with a period is because it occurs around the time you might be expecting your period. It is a small bleed that is pink or brown in colour, so can look like the...

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) – Is it Common?

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is the most common hormonal disorder among women of child bearing age. It affects around one in ten women globally. While it can affect fertility, and lower your chances of conception, there...

Surrogacy In Australia: Is It An Option? 

Surrogacy is where a woman carries the foetus on behalf of a couple or a person. Once the baby is born, the surrogate returns the baby to the parents that she carried the baby for. Surrogacy is a very complex process and it...

Identify the Key Signs of Conception

Good nutrition and early prenatal care will give your baby the best possible start in life. This is why it is important to be aware of the most common signs of pregnancy. If you are trying to figure out whether you are...

How to Use Home Pregnancy Testing Kits Accurately

When is the right time to check you are pregnant? At first, this appears to be a simple question, but every situation is very different. Imagine the following scenarios: You really want  a baby. You have been taking...

Negative Pregnancy Test

This can be very frustrating to all women who want to conceive. Having a late period or the absence of menstruation, you patiently wait for a week after your expected menstrual period is due, only to get a negative test....

Yes! It’s A Positive Pregnancy Test Result

Most first-time pregnant women wonder what are the exact things to do after a positive pregnancy test. The experience is indescribable and can be very overwhelming when you see that pink plus sign or any indicators that shows...

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