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Go-Go-Gadget Baby! Okay, so it might not be that easy. But with the latest high-tech tools, getting pregnant can be a whole lot easier. We asked Melissa M. Goist, M.D., Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at The Ohio State University Medical Center, to share her favorite fertility gadgets from basal body thermometers and ovulation tests to fertility watches and smartphone apps.
Bottom line: "Any woman who is trying to conceive should be aware of her own cycle. Not everyone has the classic 28-day menses, where bleeding starts on day one and ends between days five and seven," Goist says. "That's where the gadgets come in."
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