Author: Brigham and Women's Hospital

Yes, you can get pregnant if you have Lupus.  However, it is important for women with Lupus to consult their rheumatologist prior to getting pregnant. In addition, having a pre-conception consultation with a high-risk doctor prior to pregnancy is important for women with significant chronic diseases, such as lupus. Risks...

Although some women can experience spotting, bleeding, and/or minor discomfort in their lower abdomen while ovulating, many may have no symptoms during this time. It is important to understand your cycle and when you could be fertile, or are most likely to become pregnant. Your cycle starts with the first...