If you're thinking of getting pregnant - or already trying to conceive - you're in the right place. Here you'll learn about ovulation and fertility, the role of genetics in pregnancy, and the importance of healthy living pre-pregnancy. We also get into questions of infertility, and how age affects pregnancy.
When you're trying to get pregnant, don't let these avoidable mistakes affect your conception goals.
Timing is everything when it comes to baby-making!
Ready to be pregnant now? You'll want to put some planning behind your babymaking. Follow these tips to help you conceive more quickly.
Trying to conceive doesn't have to feel like work. Here's how to make your sex life more fun.
Not sure you can trust that at-home pregnancy test? Dr. Obosa Osawe tells you how to know with 100% accuracy that you are pregnant.
Are you ovulating? Even if you're not using an ovulation calculator or ovulation calendar, it's possible to identify the signs and symptoms that indicate the most fertile time in your cycle. Keep an eye out for cramping, mucus and these other symptoms that could predict if you're ovulating.
So you're thinking about trying to get pregnant? Congrats! Here's what to do now to get healthy, have fun, and feel prepared to start trying to conceive.
Although you'll be the one carrying the baby for those nine months, dad-to-be has an important role too -- his sperm affects whether you'll get pregnant at all and if the pregnancy will be healthy. To keep his boys in tip-top shape, he should make these changes.
Gender reveal parties are becoming popular across the country. Instead simply sharing the news of your baby's sex, folks invite their friends for a fun surprise. These cupcakes are one way to announce "It's a Girl!" or "It's a Boy!"
It's an aspect of our health that most of us take for granted: Have sex, get pregnant, right? In reality, even minor stressors can throw your body out of whack. If you're trying to conceive, these simple health moves can help protect your fertility.
You can do this quick and comprehensive ten-minute workout throughout your pregnancy.
If your period is the only time you pay attention to what goes on below your belt, you're not alone. For most women, trying to conceive is a crash course in Reproduction 101.
Everyone wonders who baby will look like, but there's no way to know whether the traits we treasure in ourself, our partner, and our family will pop up in our offspring. However, you can make an educated guess -- here, genetics experts show you how.
How genetics influence your baby's looks and personality.
According to a new study, most people want to know what's in their DNA, but few think genetic screening before pregnancy is important.