Many years ago I made peace with the fact that, besides also being Armenian, I’ll probably never be able to keep up with the Kardashians.
No one paid me to get married. I did not pull my own baby out of my nether lands (thank goodness for nurses). And I actually enjoy sleeping in the same bed as my male partner for life (scary thought, Kourtney. I know.)
But this morning while watching Kimye talk pregnancy on “Good Morning America,” I couldn't help but nod at the television screen.
For nearly 1 in 10 women in the U.S. struggling to conceive, the frustration can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, more than 4 percent of those women will go on to bear children. But the prolonged time it took to finally get pregnant may bring on additional worries for some women.
A new study now suggests that women who get pregnant after about four years of trying may have a 30 percent higher chance of having a child with neurodevelopmental problems compared to women who conceive earlier.FULL ENTRY
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No amount of planning during pregnancy can prepare a woman for postpartum life. That’s the secret many new mothers won’t tell women sporting the bump – or maybe those of us in 40-week planning mode choose not to believe it.
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