Pregnancy & Birth

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The Doctor Who Performed My Miscarriage D&E Delivered My Rainbow Baby and It Gave Me Closure

It's common to feel the overwhelming need to avoid the circumstances and people involved with a pregnancy loss. Grieving patients may label their perfectly capable doctors as "tainted"—an unfair classification, but one that speaks to the pain they feel.

High-Risk Pregnancy Open Enrollment Tips

Need insurance or better coverage for a baby on the way? Take advantage of an unusual open enrollment period.

Mom Who Blamed Dog After Pooping On the Floor Brings Attention to Postpartum Constipation

A new mom blamed the family pooch after her poop fell on the floor. Her Reddit story inspired other parents to share their own experiences with similar postpartum issues.

5 Ways to Pay for IVF When You Think You Can't Afford It

Are infertility treatments like IUI and IVF not covered by your insurance plan? Here are five other options to help fund your family-building.

The "Secret" Ways Patients Afford Costly IVF Drugs

The average IVF cycle costs between $10,000 to $15,000—but the cost of necessary fertility medications can easily double that. Here are the ways savvy IVF patients cut down their bills.

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For Disabled People, the Cost of Infertility Care Is Entirely Out of Reach

Between discrimination, lack of insurance coverage, and asset caps like the "marriage penalty," disabled people in America are often barred from family-building via IVF or other fertility treatments.

Woman Gives Birth to 9 Babies at Once After Only Expecting 7: 'God Gave Us These Children,' Says Husband

Halima Cisse, 25, welcomed five girls and four boys via caesarean section in Morocco on Tuesday, according to Mali's top health official.