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My fertility problems stimulated me feel like a failing | Sarah Fletcher

Published in Odd and Fun on 22nd July 2017

After two years of struggling to conceive and an ectopic pregnancy, I eventually became pregnant. Women must not be made to feel that infertility is their fault When I started trying to conceive aged 26, I knew it wouldnt be easy I had endometriosis, polycystic ovaries and periods so infrequent that if everyone were like […]

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‘We felt cursed’: how altruistic surrogacy can give hope after years of heartache

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th July 2017

Jessie Thomas tells while she would recommend altruistic surrogacy to others, there should be room for some commercialisation of the industry Giving back is something Jessie and Marty Thomas have done their fair share of. Between them they have volunteered at various roles within their childrens sporting clubs and school surroundings and they help out […]

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Nasal spray as effective as injections for ache during childbirth, analyze determines

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th July 2017

Australian researcher discovers the nasal spray analgesic medication fentanyl outcomes in less nausea and sedation, shorter labour and fewer babies admitted to the nursery Women may soon be able to use a nasal spray for ache relief during childbirth following successful trials by an Australian midwifery researcher. The nasal spray analgesic narcotic, fentanyl, was shown […]

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WebMD taps Apple’s ResearchKit for analyse on factors contributing to healthy pregnancies

Published in Odd and Fun on 16th July 2017

There are still a lot of unknowns in the medical world when it is necessary to pregnancy including which factors lead to carrying a healthy fetus to term. Thats why WebMD and Scripps Translational Science Institute( STSI) have launched a new investigative analyse via WebMDs newly redesignedpregnancy app and are teaming up with Apples ResearchKit […]

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Teen ruinings dad’s Christmas with masterful pregnancy prank

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th July 2017

Nobody wants a grandchild for Christmas. OK, that’s not entirely true. Plenty of men are moved and thrilled by the news that their kid is about to have a kid of their own. This guy, meanwhile, felt his blood run cold when his daughter Brookea high school seniorgave him newborn socks as a gift, hinting […]

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This Detail About Serena Williams’ Pregnancy Proves She’s A Complete Legend

Published in Odd and Fun on 12th July 2017

WOAH! HUH? WHAT? Big news! Serena Williams is five months pregnant with her first child and no one can handle it. On April 19, the 35 -year-old Olympic gold medalist made the proclamation on Snapchat, posting a mirror selfie of her adorable newborn bump. She posed wearing a yellow one-piece swimsuit and captioned the photo, […]

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After Having 4 Daughters, This Would Be Any Father’s Reaction to Finding Out He’s Having a Son

Published in Odd and Fun on 11th July 2017

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The Life Project: what constructs some people happy, healthy and successful- and others not?

Published in Odd and Fun on 11th July 2017

The factors that most affect our life opportunities are disclosed as the first group of British babies followed in a remarkable cradle-to-grave study turns 70 In March 1946, scientists recorded the birth of almost every British newborn born in one, cold week. They have been following thousands of them ever since, in what has become […]

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Nine Pregnant U.S. Women Confirmed To Have Been Infected With Zika

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th July 2017

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention( CDC) has released details of nine corroborated cases of Zika infections in pregnant women in the U.S. Of these, two suffered miscarriages, two opted to have an abortion, while three devoted birth and two remain pregnant. Of the three births, two babies are reported to be healthy while […]

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‘We felt cursed’: how altruistic surrogacy can give hope after years of sorrow

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th July 2017

Jessie Thomas tells while she would recommend altruistic surrogacy to others, there should be room for some commercialisation of the industry Giving back is something Jessie and Marty Thomas have done their fair share of. Between them they have volunteered at various roles within their childrens sporting clubs and school surroundings and they help out […]

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