Take the guesswork out of becoming pregnant with our expert advice and useful tools.
Ready to conceive now? You'll want to put some planning behind your baby-making. Follow these tips on ways to get pregnant fast.
Odds are with you -- only about 12 percent of women have trouble getting or staying pregnant, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. Of course, you won't know for sure until you start trying to conceive, but these clues are a good indication that your body is baby-ready.
Learn all about OPKs before relying on them.
Find all the answers to your questions about Provera and ovulation, whether you're taking Provera and thinking about pregnancy, or your doctor suggests Provera to stimulate ovulation.
Tracking ovulation may not be as easy as you think.
Answer: In a word, yes. The bottom line is that you could get pregnant at any time.
Do you know when you're ovulating? Hear these women's stories about how they knew and what they did to keep track!
Full disclaimer: No day is totally off limits when it comes to getting pregnant, but there are plenty of circumstances that make your chances extremely low. Here, OB/GYNs share the scenarios where you're least likely to conceive.
Checking your cervical mucus can help you predict the days you're most likely to conceive. Here's what to look for.
The tracker's new app offers women a way to stay on top of their health--and if you're TTC, maybe even get pregnant.
A definitive answer to the age-old question: Can you get pregnant on your period?
Getting pregnant isn't always easy! This handy guide can help you learn the signs of ovulation and find out your most fertile days.
Why--and how--you should chart your basal body temperature.