Accidental pregnancies are often a terrible burden. For some women, however—myself included—they’re not entirely unwelcome, as it’s the only way babies are going to happen.
Qualitest Pharmaceuticals is an Alabama-based company that makes birth control pills. In 2011, the company recalled eight of their oral contraceptive lines because they’d placed the pills in the packaging incorrectly. Now, women who became pregnant while taking the pills are suing for millions, demanding to be paid…
If you yearn for the days when I Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant was still on the air, here’s a story that will satiate your thirst for unexpected delivery stories: A Canadian woman who was flying from Calgary to Tokyo gave birth to a baby girl she thought might have been gas.
There is a video going around the Internet of a man finding out he is about to become a father. But instead of expressing pure joy or even the shock of fear, his response is bummed, surprised, and despondent, all mixed together. Some commenters feel putting this out there is a bad idea. I disagree.
It's not just Friday. It's a special day for penises.
"Sluts, keep yer legs closed!" hasn't been a viable public health solution for the last several thousand years, but if we pray real hard, maybe it someday will be. Until mass abstinence is feasible or permanent pregnancy is desired, sustainable, or safe, though, the best options women have to control their…
Imagine for a moment that you're in your twenties — you're young, probably in the best shape of your life, happy, healthy, unmarried, and the world is your oyster. According to new research, now would be the perfect time to get accidentally pregnant.
I'll never forget what some of my friends and coworkers said when they heard the news that I was having a baby. "Congratulations?!?!???" I probably didn't seem like the mothering type, what with my aversion to maturity and my affection for bars. And cigarettes. And pain killers. And sleeping late.
Surprising, to say the least: a recent study found almost a quarter of sexually active women 25-45 don't really care if they get pregnant or not. And for those who do care, this might be bad news.