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The Source, a network of conservative Christian pregnancy centers in Texas, is planning to offer women certain contraceptives but won't provide abortions.
One woman’s fallopian tubes were allegedly “burnt down to nubs” after going to Javaid Perwaiz for treatment.
The rapper proudly stated that he brings his daughter, Deyjah Harris, to the doctor every year to ensure she's still a virgin.
On the latest episode of "Momsplaining," the "Good Place" star teams up with a Hollywood OB-GYN to find out the truth.

Recently pregnant professionals share the comments that raised questions about their capabilities on the job.
Plus: This model is fighting for the Latinx and disability communities.
Some cysts can indicate healthy ovulation while others can be serious. Here are the differences.
The law required doctors to tell patients they could reverse their "medicated abortion" if they acted quickly and underwent what a judge called "unproven medical treatment."
Childbirth was going as expected until suddenly I felt an explosion in my stomach.
These symptoms may seem trivial, but doctors say they're worth your attention.
Plus: Research to help transgender athletes take the field.
Brazil's government doesn't want to talk about "obstetric violence," but that won't end mistreatment of pregnant women.
The shame was bad enough without all the physical discomfort that went along with having a vulva with lips large enough that they rubbed against my thighs.
The Alabama Women’s Center is one of three remaining abortion providers in the state — and the sole provider within 150 miles
Anti-abortion lawmakers claim it's risky, health-wise. But a new study finds more evidence that's not the case.
Yes, anti-abortion legislation impacts women, nonbinary people and trans men first and foremost. But safe and legal abortion care can also change the course of cis men’s lives.
“Desperate Housewives” actor Marcia Cross is looking to end the stigma around anal cancer and raise awareness about the disease.
The court also refused to hear a question regarding the state's attempt to ban abortions based on a fetus' race, disability or gender.
I still have no regrets about revealing I was pregnant earlier than many other women do. Here's why.