Imagine you're suddenly told you can get pregnant twice — at the same time. One blogger is coming to terms with the fact that she was born with a rare condition that gave her a double uterus and two vaginas.Read Full Story
If you've ever gone out to the bar after work and had one drink become two become three become 10, then you are not alone. A new study shows that the binge drinking rates for women rose almost 36 percent between 2002 and 2012. It's a scary statistic with very real consequences for women.Read Full Story
Imagine being told you have breast cancer and that you must immediately have double mastectomy or risk certain death. Then imagine going through a slightly less invasive procedure by choice, waiting for the results and then finding out that your charts were mixed up with someone else's and that you never had cancer in the first place. That is exactly what happened to Elizabeth Dawes of the UK.Read Full Story
Last week Cobie Smulders revealed she battled ovarian cancer at age 25. Today, she is 33 and has two children which she was told she would not be able to conceive naturally. Spoiler alert: She did.Read Full Story
Indiana Ph.D. student Yamini Karanam got the surprise of her life last week when doctors found an embryonic tumor twin in her brain. Her problems started last fall when she couldn't concentrate or comprehend what was going on around her.Read Full Story
More than 6 million women in the United States have difficulty getting and staying pregnant, yet we continue to feel a sense of shame and failure when it comes to infertility. It doesn't help that we're bombarded with dangerous and downright silly and illogical misinformation about our own bodies and pregnancy.Read Full Story
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