Trying to Conceive
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.
Are you getting frustrated with the limited positions and scheduling sex so that it's best for conception? Find out how babymaking sex can be as hot as ever.
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.
Many women have healthy babies after losing a pregnancy.
If you're like many women, you're probably still a little mystified by your cycle, and you probably haven't had to think twice about it until you decided to start a family. Once you throw conception into the mix, things can get even trickier to understand. So we asked two top doctors to answer some of the most common questions women have about their reproductive health.
Not pregnant yet? No matter how many TTC tricks you know and practice, pregnancy might not happen right away. Relax. Be patient. It can take a while. We found six women willing to share their stories of how they stayed positive when their tests were not.
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.
When you're trying to get pregnant, don't let these avoidable mistakes affect your conception goals.
Getting pregnant isn't always easy! This handy guide can help you learn the signs of ovulation and find out your most fertile days.
When it comes down to the business of making babies, there are more questions and old wives' tales out there than sex positions in the Kama Sutra. Here, we answer some common conception questions to help increase your chances of getting pregnant.
Dr. Obosa Osawe lists five signals that you are ovulating and ready to get pregnant.
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These tricks won't just bring more pleasure to your baby-making routine. They may also up your chances of conceiving. What's not to love about that?
First Response has introduced the first-ever app-enabled pregnancy test.
This simple blood test may hold answers to the biggest question on many women's minds: Is it too late for me to have a baby?
Sure, you've joined the Mile High Club and memorized the Kama Sutra. But how much do you know about babymaking sex? Take this fun quiz to find outTake Quiz
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You and your spouse want to have another baby, but pregnancy is stubbornly elusive this time around. Here are the facts you need to deal with this surprisingly common problem.
Keeping your baby-to-be healthy begins long before you get pregnant. Here's what to do before trying to conceive to have a thriving pregnancy (and baby).
Alexandra Sowa, M.D., a doctor of internal medicine and a mom, shares 5 early signs of pregnancy, from a missed period to increased urination.
Trying to conceive? Find out your odds at every point in your cycle, from your period to post-ovulation, then aim for the fertility sweet spot!
We got baby making advice from the women who know how it's done!
Dr. Obosa Osawe suggests 5 ways to boost fertility and get pregnant faster.