pregnancy rumors last month had the tweetosphere competing on wit.
Only then, Santorum would later say, did it become “a pretty easy call” to induce labor and allow the pregnancy to lapse.
In the late stage of pregnancy, she and Brad flew to Namibia, where they took shelter in essentially a military compound.
Some women end up continuing the pregnancy against their better judgment or taking drastic steps to end the pregnancy themselves.
But Franks didn't say the "rate" of pregnancy from rape is low.
When pregnancy has been excluded, and constitutional causes treated, efforts should be made to relieve congestion.
Figure 21 shows a human embryo at the beginning of the fifth week of pregnancy.
At that time the compulsory support during time of pregnancy did not exist.
The phenomena of pregnancy, birth and suckling are known to all, so that I shall be brief.
He had heard from his father that his mother at one time during her pregnancy had been frightened by a dog.
pregnancy preg·nan·cy (prěg'nən-sē)
The condition of a woman or female mammal from conception until birth; the condition of being pregnant.
The period during which a woman or female mammal is pregnant. Also called cyesis.