If you or someone you know is pregnant, you may be concerned about a problem in your uterus or your womb.
It can cause problems for both your baby and you.
Here are some questions to ask yourself: Is there something wrong with my uterus or with my womb?
Is my body producing any hormones?
Is there a problem with the way my body functions or the way it is handling my body?
Is this something I can control?
If so, is there any way to fix it?
Is it possible that the problem is caused by a disease or infection in the uterus or a tumor in my womb that is affecting my baby?
Is a procedure I have been told is possible or recommended, such as a laparoscopic surgery, a vaginoplasty, or a hysterectomy, necessary to cure this problem?
How long will it take to resolve the problem?
Can I get pregnant again?
If you’re pregnant, there are some things you should know about.
What is a pregnancy?
What are the symptoms?
What is pregnancy testing?
What tests are available?
How do I know if I’m pregnant?
What do I do if I think I’m not pregnant?
Is pregnancy testing necessary?
Are there any tests you should see?
What if I get sick?
Is an abortion safe?
How often should I take pregnancy tests?
What does pregnancy testing tell me?
What can you do if you think you might be pregnant?