Around 20% of women experience discomfort or pain on a single side of the abdominal area during ovulation, which takes place half-way through the menstrual cycle and can become very painful.
Uterine prolapse is the displacement of the uterus because the muscles and ligaments that support it weaken. This is usually not a severe disease but can require surgery.
Women with thyroid problems can get pregnant, but it is important that they visit a doctor, so that they can start a hormone replace therapy.
Pregnancy tests look for the presence of this hormone. This is the reason why they are highly accurate: this hormone is only produced during pregnancy.