Boosting Your Fertility

Get expert tips on simple ways that you can make the most of your fertile days.

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Popular Fertility App Shared Data Without User Consent And Here's Why That Matters

A nonprofit watchdog found the fertility app Premom was sharing sensitive information with third party entities without letting its users know. Experts explain why that's a cause for concern.

Over-the-Counter Fertility Pills Gain Popularity

PregPrep is a two-step fertility system that's taking TTC market by storm and selling out after being featured in places like Good Morning America. But does it work?

Fertility Help: 11 Things to Try Before Seeing a Doctor

TTC but need a little help? Increase your chances of conceiving naturally with these tricks for getting pregnant before you start searching for a fertility doctor near you.

Trying to Get Pregnant? Eat More Fish!

Couples who eat more seafood conceive more quickly (and have more sex), says a new study. Salmon, anyone?

Eat Less Fast Food for Better Fertility, Study Says

Research shows that when you're trying to conceive, a balanced diet including fruit is key. 

Everything You Need to Know Before You Do IVF

When you're trying to conceive, in vitro fertilization can bring you one step closer to getting pregnant, but the process can feel intimidating if you're unsure what's involved. Here's what to know, even before your first doctor's visit.

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What It Really Takes to Get Pregnant After Birth Control

You've quit your contraceptive and are ready to start a family, but could your pill or IUD have lingering effects on your fertility?

10+ Ways to Boost Your Fertility

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.

Does This Common Fertility Test Actually Paint an Accurate Picture?

A recent study raises concerns about a blood test used to measure a woman's fertility. Could this test be less effective than we thought?