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Amy Schumer opened up on Instagram about the struggles of undergoing IVF. She’s not alone.

I understand her pain and exhaustion

Opioid overdoses among women have increased dramatically. But treatment centers are still designed for men.

A gnarled web of laws, stigma and sexism make it difficult for women to get the treatment they need

Frontier Airlines discriminates against pregnant employees, say female pilots and flight attendants. Now they’re suing.

The airline’s ban on pumping in-flight means many employees can’t breast-feed

5 pieces of advice if you’re struggling with infertility this holiday season

Don’t be afraid to make Aunt Kathy feel awkward

‘Jenny B.’ is congratulating women on our pregnancies with a handwritten card. We’re not pregnant, and we don’t know Jenny.

The cards are being sent to our parents

What to say — and what not to say — to someone who’s experienced a miscarriage

For many, a miscarriage can be an isolating time

‘We are in this together’: How 8 men in this rural Nepali village are upending gender norms around pregnancy and parenting

A photo essay showing the faces of changing tradition

An inmate screamed for help. Then she gave birth in her cell alone with no medical supervision, a lawsuit alleges.

‘That pain was indescribable, and what hurts me more though is the fact that nobody cared,’ Diana Sanchez said last year

Pregnancy is overwhelming. From excessive gas to odd dreams, here’s what I’ve learned to expect.

Your personality may change. While pregnant, I’ve become more assertive.

This Salvadoran woman was sentenced to 30 years in prison for the death of her stillborn baby. A judge just acquitted her.

Advocates say Evelyn Hernández’s retrial was a triumph in a country with one of the world’s most severe abortion bans