Getting Pregnant

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.

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I'm Pregnant But My Friend Isn't: 6 Ways to Navigate this Difficult Situation

It's not easy when one friend gets pregnant while the other is having trouble. But you can celebrate your pregnancy while being sensitive to your friend's infertility challenges. Here's how.

The Glamorization of Twin Pregnancies Is Real—But at What Cost?

Celebrities and regular folks alike idealize having twins—especially boy/girl sets—but we need to address the very real health, financial, and ethical implications that are tied up in this glamorization.

5 Ways to Support Someone Who's Freezing Their Eggs

If you're looking for ways to be more supportive but don't know where to start, these tips from those with firsthand insight and experience can help.

Yes, You Should Get the COVID Vaccine Even If You're Trying to Get Pregnant, Here's Why

While you should always check with your doctor if you have concerns about getting vaccinated, health officials have ensured the safety of the coronavirus vaccine. Still have questions about the vaccine and your fertility? Here are the answers.
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Your Chances of Getting Pregnant at Every Age

Get familiar with these pregnancy statistics by age so can increase your odds of conceiving in your 20s, 30s, 40s and beyond.

14 Things to Know If You're Having Sex to Get Pregnant

Want to raise your odds of baby-making success? Here, we answer some common conception questions to help increase your chances of getting pregnant.

Understanding Uterus Transplants and Infertility

Dozens of babies have been born following a uterus transplant. Meet a mom who had one and learn how this procedure is bringing more hope to infertility.