A viable intrauterine pregnancy is a medical term used to refer to what is essentially a healthy, normal pregnancy. "Intrauterine" simply means that the pregnancy is occurring inside the uterus, as it should be, and this... More »

Clomid successfully stimulates ovulation 80 percent of the time, and 40 to 45 percent of women taking Clomid become pregnant within six cycles. Intrauterine insemination combined with Clomid has a pregnancy success rate ... More »

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According to HealthCentral, an intrauterine pregnancy is when a baby grows inside of the uterus, or womb. The definition of intrauterine is "inside the uterus." More »

Causes of excessive menstrual bleeding, also known as menorrhagia, include hormonal imbalances, adenomyosis, problems with pregnancy and nonhormonal intrauterine devices, explains Mayo Clinic. Certain medications, such a... More »

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The term mongoloid baby refers to a child born with Down's syndrome; however, this term is no longer used and is considered very offensive, according to MedicineNet. Down's syndrome, or the chromosomal abnormality that l... More »

"Deadbeat dad" is a pejorative term for a father who has been ordered by a court to pay child support but is refusing to pay or evading payment in some manner. The more general term "deadbeat parent" can be used to refer... More »

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Perinatal care is the term for care provided to families when an anatomic or genetic birth defect is identified in a fetus. Perinatal care also helps expectant parents deal with the fear, uncertainty and emotions surroun... More »