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Welcome to Pregnancy Statistics

Healthy Pregnancies

The purpose of this website is to help educate the public about pregnancy. Some of the topics covered here include information on pregnancy rates, pregnancy health, and pregnancy help. This site has many articles on teen pregnancy as well as general facts and statistics about being pregnant. Our goal is to cover as many aspects of pregnancy as we can and to answer any related questions you may have. We cover many other topics as well including symptoms of pregnancy and ways to care for yourself and unborn baby while you are pregnant.


Ectopic Pregnancy Statistics
Ectopic pregnancy statistics unfortunately show that about 64,000 pregnancies end in an ectopic pregnancy each year. Out of the six million pregnancies that occur every year, this is the portion that end with an ectopic pregnancy that can be extremely dangerous to the mother.
Pregnancy Exercise

Exercising while pregnant can benefit you and your baby. This article has guidelines for pregnancy exercise, as well as some things you can do as part of your pregnancy exercise program, and things to avoid when exercising during pregnancy.

Ectopic Pregnancy
Ectopic pregnancy occurs when a fertilized egg implants outside the uterus. This article describes an ectopic pregnancy and offers causes, symptoms, and treatment of eptopic pregnancies. Keep reading for more information and prevention of eptopic pregnancy.
Vaginal Birth After Cesarean (VBAC )
Vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC) used to not be a child birth option. But, now more doctors are allowing women to consider having a vaginal birth even if they have had prior cesarean births. Keep reading to learn the protocols for VBAC as well as the pros and cons of VBAC.
Braxton Hicks
For those who are new to pregnancy or have been pregnant before, Braxton Hicks contractions can be some of the most frustrating contractions to experience during pregnancy. However, many pregnant women don't experience Braxton Hicks contractions at all.
APGAR Testing
Apgar testing is the first and quick assessment of the overall health and well-being of a newborn baby. The Apgar testing system was first implemented in the 1950's by an obstetric anesthesiologist, Virginia Apgar. Apgar testing is now commonly used to assess newborn babies in their first few minutes after birth.
Fertility Awareness Method
The Fertility Awareness Method (FAM) is a type of Natural Family Planning is a great way to practice birth control. However, there are quite a few rules that go into the Fertility Awareness Method that must be learned and practiced in order for it to become an effective method of birth control for the user.