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What is Uterine Prolapse, and How is it Prevented?

What is Uterine Prolapse, and How is it Prevented?

by Stephanie Meadows
The uterus is a strong muscular organ in the female reproductive system, in an area commonly known as the womb. The uterus is responsible for the development of the embryo and fetus during pregnancy. During pregnancy, the uterus expands in order to make enough room to hold a baby to full term. When it is time to give birth, the uterus plays a critical role. Uterine contractions occur, and increase in intensity and frequency during childbirth, allowing the cervix to fully dilate, so the woman can then push the baby out of the vagina.

Struggling With Infertility Doesn’t Mean You’ll Never Get Pregnant

Struggling With Infertility Doesn’t Mean You’ll Never Get Pregnant

by Stephanie Meadows
There are so many stories about infertility out there, commonly ones that sounds like this: someone spends a year going through the roller coaster ride of trying to have a baby, hoping it would be their month, but unfortunately their period inevitably came. They keep checking in with the OB/GYN, who tells them that nothing is wrong, they should keep doing what they’re doing, and to keep them in the loop and circle back after 12 months of trying to conceive. Twelve frustrating months of trying to become pregnant go by, and the gynecologist comes to find that the couple is struggling with infertility.

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