My Preconception

So, you've decided to start a family. Congratulations! You’re about to embark on an exciting journey. Here, you can find information on how to prepare for pregnancy, ways to boost your odds at conception, tools to track your fertility, explanations of terms and procedures, along with answers to your questions about alternative therapies, gender selection, adoption, and surrogacy.
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When Are You Most Fertile?

Some couples, when they decide they’d like to become parents, discontinue the use of their birth control methods and just say, “When it happens, it happens.” While that’s c ... More

Should You Freeze Your Eggs? 7 Facts to Consider

[caption id="attachment_48152" align="alignright" width="450"]There are as many different reasons for freezing eggs as there are people doing it, but it's important to truly evalua ... More

Top 12 Signs You Might Be Pregnant

Pregnancy symptoms are different for every woman and may even differ from pregnancy to pregnancy. While the most common sign of a pregnancy is indeed a missed period, there are mor ... More

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Conception 101: Egg White Cervical Mucus

So many different factors must come together flawlessly in order for a woman to become pregnant. One of the most important factors is the ...
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Chemical Pregnancy: What Is It, and What Are the Risks?

It is estimated that about 50-60% of first pregnancies are chemical pregnancies. Chemical pregnancies, or early miscarriages, happen before ...
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How Do You Tell Your Partner He/She is the Infertile One?

For those with fertility issues, trying to conceive can feel overwhelming. The pressure to "produce" eventually takes the fun out of the ...
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Does Eating Pineapple or Getting Acupuncture Aid in Implantation?

It has been a widely supported topic in online forums and among acupuncturists and herbalists, but what is the real story behind pineapple ...
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Clomid vs. Femara: A Look at Fertility Pills

The fertility drugs Clomiphene Citrate (Clomid) and Letrozole (Femara) are both used by women with cycle abnormalities and are prescribed to ...
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SMEP: Increasing Your Ovulation Awareness

“Humans are not the most efficient reproducers, but there is cumulative success month to month. Usually 60 to 70% of couples will have ...
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