It isn't abnormal for teenagers to want babies, as three out of 10 teen girls in the United States become pregnant before the age of 20, states National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy. However, it's imp... More » Health Women's Health Pregnancy

As of 2015, popular African names given to babies in the United States include Asante, Daren and Kaden for boys, and Imani, Makena and Aliyah for girls. Amari and Omari are also popular African names for boys, as are Bar... More »

Pregnancy is possible with an ovarian cyst, according to Hamed Al-Taher, a senior consultant obstetrician for BabyCentre. Most ovarian cysts are benign and do not require treatment, and they should not hamper a woman's a... More »

Pregnancy does not cause swollen lymph nodes, but women can experience swollen glands caused by various infections during pregnancy. The most common causes of swollen lymph nodes include ear infections, cold, flu, gingiv... More »

Pregnancy at age 47 increases the risk of miscarriage, gestational diabetes, bleeding, chromosomal abnormalities and sudden death of an infant, reports WebMD. Congenital defects of the brain and spinal cord may also occu... More » Health Women's Health Pregnancy

According to Guinness World Records, eight is the highest number of surviving babies born at one time. The record was set by Nadya Suleman, who delivered six boys and two girls on Jan. 26, 2009 in California. More »

According to the Office on Women's Health, unborn babies usually turn into a head-down position by the end of week 36 of the pregnancy. Some babies do not turn until the end of week 37. More »