Conception

In a normal pregnancy, the ovary releases an egg into the fallopian tube. If the egg meets with a sperm, the fertilized egg moves into the uterus, attaches to its lining and continues to grow for the next nine months. In an ectopic pregnancy (or a tubal pregnancy), the fertilized egg stays in your fallopian tube...

If you use the birth control pill and planning to conceive, you may have many questions about the potential effects of the pill on your chances to get pregnant and the health of your future baby. Many women worry about the effects that the oral contraceptive may have on a growing fetus. But the first question many...

Getting pregnant is SO easy! Especially for the women who're not even TTC. But us - it's been three months, and I used a mountain of HPTs (50 pack) and still nothing. What am I missing here?!

Your period is not due yet, but somehow, you feel slightly different. Weird little cramps, light pink spotting - are they just PMS, or, maybe, something else? But how can you tell the difference, and, besides, you and your partner practice the pull-out method, and it's supposed to work, right?