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27 Apr 2021
One in seven pregnancies worldwide ends in miscarriage, and eleven percent of women endure a failed pregnancy at least once in their lifetime, experts said Tuesday.
6 Apr 2021
Nigerian celebrity couple Banky W and Adesua Etomi have both recounted their experience after they lost their twins to miscarriage. The music star and his award-winning actress wife made this known during an episode of The Waterbrook series. Their message, titled “Final Say Faith” was shared with the hope to inspire, encourage and help others…
18 Mar 2021
Scientists have generated early-stage human embryo models that could help shed light on the "black box" of initial human development stages and improve research on pregnancy loss and birth defects.
26 Dec 2020
Ally Opfer, 26, went into labour but had no idea she was pregnant because she had a flat tummy and a negative test. The 26-year-old, from Cleveland, US, had been getting ready to go to cheerleading practice when she felt a little odd but refused to believe something was wrong until a few hours later.…
24 Dec 2020
Three months after suffering a pregnancy loss, Chrissy Teigen is opening up about how it affected her body. The model and cookbook author shared a recent image of herself. Even though I’m no longer pregnant, every glance in the mirror reminds me of what could have been,” she captioned the image. And I have no…
8 Nov 2020
It is never a pleasant experience to go through the pains and discomfort of pregnancy and yet have nothing to show for it. Every pregnant woman prays for safe delivery at full term. So also, there are reasons you must pray for the safe delivery of your visions. In Lk2: 34, when Jesus was born,…
14 Sep 2020
Kim Kardashian has just launched a brand new line that is aimed at pregnant women, through her brand Skims. However, some fans online are worried that it is sending the wrong message for mum-to-be. Many asked Kim if pregnant women should have the added pressure of needing to slim down. One wrote on Twitter: "Shapewear…
14 Jul 2020
Doctors in France have described what they said was the first confirmed case of a newborn infected in the womb with COVID-19 by the mother.
9 Jul 2020
There is "strong evidence" that COVID-19- positive mothers can pass the virus on to their unborn infants, scientists said Thursday, in findings that could affect how pregnant women are shielded during the pandemic.
19 Jun 2020
A mum who didn't know she was pregnant gave birth on the toilet despite taking the pill "religiously". Grace Meachim, 32, and James Meachim, 34, were adamant they would only have three children and James was even on the waiting list for a vasectomy in December last year. However, when Grace had woken up in…
3 May 2020
When Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, on Saturday, April 11, 2020, took to her verified Twitter handle- @RealOmosexy to lament the death of a dear cousin
24 Apr 2020
The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has advised pregnant and breastfeeding women to take routine preventative actions to avoid the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection.

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