How to tell whether a woman is pregnant
The first sign of pregnancy can be found in the morning, when the body begins to produce a red or pink fluid.
The blood is also starting to clot, but the woman is not yet showing any signs of having delivered a baby.
A baby can be detected by a special ultrasound device that is inserted under the skin, just under the ribs and the abdomen.
The doctor then examines the woman’s cervix to determine if she is pregnant.
If she is, the baby will be born at about the same time as the umbilical cord, which is usually a few weeks before.
A baby is usually born with a head circumference of between 2.5 and 2.8 centimeters, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A woman can expect to deliver a baby within a few months of her first period.
If the woman does not give birth at that time, she can have a miscarriage.
The baby is stillborn and is usually left to die.
But if a woman does give birth within the first few weeks of pregnancy, the chances of a miscarriage are increased, as the body has become more aware of the fact that the baby has a life.
This can lead to an early miscarriage.
Women who have miscarriages are at a higher risk of a stroke or death.
If a woman has a stroke, she is more likely to suffer from postpartum depression.
This means that she may lose interest in her children and feel hopeless about their future.