Whether you have tried to get pregnant without treatment or with drugs, IUI and/or IVF, the part of the cycle that involves waiting to hear the "news" about your cycle may be exhausting. Each day you may be monitoring your body for signs of early pregnancy or for signs that you feel may mean your me...
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Georgia Department of Public Health will not test non-pregnant and asymptomatic patients who traveled in an area with active Zika virus. CDC recommends non-pregnant and asymptomatic patients to wait 8 weeks after possible exposure before attempting pregnancy.
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What is Zika virus? Zika virus (pronunciation: zee-kah) is a viral disease that is transmitted to people primarily by mosquitoes. Prior to 2015, outbreaks have occurred in Africa, Southeast Asia, Pacific Islands. In May 2015, Zika virus transmission was confirmed in Brazil and outbreaks are currentl...
Now a new wearable product, just approved by the FDA, is here. Ava tracks nine different physical indicators which change during windows of fertility, including your pulse rate, breathing rate, sleep quality, movement, and skin temperature. #fertility