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Seizures in a pregnant woman or in a woman shortly after childbirth.

Hyperemesis gravidarum

A severe type of nausea during pregnancy.

Eating the placenta: A good idea?

Despite claims of benefits, eating your placenta after giving birth can be harmful to you and your baby.

Nonstress test

Understand how this prenatal test uses fetal heart rate monitoring to evaluate your baby's health.

Video: Uterine fibroids treatment — Focused ultrasound

Uterine fibroids treatment with MRI and ultrasound — Relief is possible without surgery or drugs.

Falling during pregnancy: Reason to worry?

Here's what to consider after a fall during pregnancy, including when to seek medical attention.

Minipill (progestin-only birth control pill)

This oral contraceptive, sometimes called the minipill, contains only the hormone progestin and no estrogen.

HELLP syndrome

A serious complication of high blood pressure during pregnancy.

Postpartum depression

Learn the risk factors and symptoms of depression in new mothers, as well as effective treatment that can help you manage symptoms and bond with your baby.

Postpartum complications: What you need to know

Understand the importance of caring for yourself after childbirth and the signs of a possible problem.

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