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Identical Twins

Twins are two people who have shared the same womb at the same time. They may also have come from the same egg. Twin births are becoming more and more common due to several factors such as increasing use of fertility treatments, child births at an older age, and even genetic factors. Women who are slightly above-average in build are also likely to have multiple births or twins. Certain ethnic groups are also found to have a greater twin population. One in every 250 births in the world could be an identical twin birth.

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In vitro Fertilization - The Male Role

  For many couples, the introduction of children into a relationship is the ultimate fulfillment and goal of the relationship. Unfortunately for some of the couples, medical conditions may exist that will prevent natural fertilization. In those cases, the affected couple may opt to conceive via In vitro Fertilization. For those couples of decide to pursue In vitro fertilization, the time leading up to the fertilization will be very process oriented - there will be consultations, evaluations, forms, literature and a lot of listening. At times it may seem overwhelming and frightening. Who is in vitro fertilization for? IVF is not for everyone; in fact, less than 5% of infertile couples resort to IVF because other infertility fixes are usually...

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Pregnancy: Bests Exercises To Do When Pregnant

Most women can and should exercise when pregnant. Unless your pregnancy is high risk or your doctor has ordered you to stay in bed, there is no reason in fact you can't exercise while pregnant. Studies show that there are numerous benefits to exercising while pregnant. You can improve your energy levels, get your blood pumping to your legs and improve your circulation, and improve your chances for a speedy recovery. Another reason to exercise? Moms who worked out...

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Fitness While Pregnant - Is It Safe?

For many years it was believed that once a woman became pregnant she should just lounge on the couch and rest for hours on end, each and every day. After numerous clinical studies it was found that most women should do quite the opposite. In most cases, women should continue with their daily routines, and if they are not doing so already, they should begin a regular daily fitness regimen. It has been found that exercising during pregnancy has numerous beneficial effec...

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