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Trying to Conceive
Trying to conceive? Trying to get pregnant? Prepare for pregnancy with tips and advice for pre-conception health and fertility success.
Trying to conceive? Boost your fertility with some lifestyle and health changes.
Timed Intercourse - Do you know the best times of the month to try to conceive? Tracking your ovulation can help. If you have been tracking and it has been more than 12 months (or 6 months if you're over 35 years old), you may want to consider seeing a doctor.
Following infertility treatment, there’s the inevitable two-week wait before taking a pregnancy test. If the fertility treatment was successful, your body will already be going through changes — some noticeable, others imperceptible.
Testing your fertility. What fertility exists? What can fertility tests tell you? What should you expect from your fertility consultation with a fertility doctor.
Think you might be pregnant? Taking a pregnancy test? How accurate is a pregnancy test?