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Heartburn During Pregnancy
The resource linked above has some ideas on managing heartburn during pregnancy. It has some good...More
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Circumcision
Linked above is the start page for our entire circumcision topic here at WebMD. All include...More
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Sex During Pregnancy-Women Tell All
Sexual intercourse is safe throughout a normal pregnancy . That's what the experts say -- but to...More
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Second Trimester Tests
The article linked above shares the basics of tests your doctor may want to do during the second...More
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Bailing on the new layout
Anyone who is not feeling this whole new layout deal, and wants to know where everyone's been - they've been...More
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Wondering
Did anyone ever figure out how to post a signature on this new layout? I really don't like this new...More
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Spotlight: Member Stories

My name is Alison, I met my husband 4 yrs ago at a Sci-Fi convention where it was the rare love at first sight. We married a year later and after 3 yr...More

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Cord blood banking question
We are considering cord banking with this baby. We love the rep at CBR and found a coupon code 'MOOLA' that saves $250 off enrollment! What ... More
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