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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.


Morning Sickness Statistics
According to morning sickness statistics, about 75 percent of all pregnant women experience the unfortunate side effect of morning sickness during the beginning of her pregnancy. Unfortunately, some women even experience the morning sickness during other parts of the day and even throughout the pregnancy.
Prenatal Care
Prenatal Care is an essential part of having a healthy pregnancy. Read this article for great tips on what you can do to take care of yourself with vitamins, exercise, eating healthy, and more both before you get pregnant and throughout your pregnancy.
Choosing a Doctor or Midwife
If you are pregnant, you might be facing the dilemma of choosing a doctor or a midwife to take care of your prenatal care and delivery. There are several factors that go into choosing a doctor or a midwife including expectations of delivery, cost and preexisting medical conditions.
Epidural During Labor
Just about every pregnant woman must make the decision on whether or not to take an epidural during labor. There are many pros and cons to taking an epidural during labor. While some think the risks outweigh the benefits, others could not do delivery without it.
Nuchal Fold Testing for Down Syndrome
Nuchal Fold Testing for Down Syndrome is a special test designed to identify if an unborn baby may have a genetic condition called Down Syndrome. This article offers information on what Nuchal Fold Testing is and other interesting testing facts.
Breast Feed or Bottle Feed?
Breastfeed or bottle feed? These are two of the options many pregnant mothers face when trying to decide how they are going to meet the needs of their baby. There are many pros and cons to both breast feeding and bottle feeding. Let's take a look at both methods to learn more.
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.