Choosing a hospital with a NICU allows women to be prepared for any unexpected complications during a delivery.
Pregnancy is a nine-month marathon. Getting in shape by losing excess weight can ensure a safer pregnancy and delivery, and a brighter future for your baby.
New in vitro fertilization technology shows fertilized embryos developing moment to moment — giving fresh hope to those wanting to start a family.
Couples who haven’t conceived after a year of trying should visit an infertility specialist. But in some cases, couples should see the doctor sooner — here’s how to know.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists issued new guidelines approving other — possibly more effective — options to condoms, pills and patches.
The latest research finds a more detailed test called microarray analysis may be better at detecting potential birth defects than traditional tests.
Get the facts on how genetic counseling can help your pregnancy.
A new mom and Cleveland Clinic caregivers use gentle touch, including a clever hand-shaped, mom-scented swaddler, to help tiny newborn twin girls thrive.
Hyperemesis gravidarum is a type of morning sickness so severe that it put Duchess Kate of Cambridge in the hospital. Experts say most pregnant women with morning sickness do not get hyperemesis gravidarum. What causes this condition? Learn more.
Are you having trouble conceiving? Are you interested in fertility treatment and are unsure about the financial implications? Get answers about fertility and financial issues from a Cleveland Clinic physician and a financial advisor during a live webchat Friday, Nov. 30, 2012, at noon (ET).