Fertility Overview

Infertility can be quite prevalent in women and men alike. There are many things a couple should know as they are trying to conceive a child. They should understand what infertility is as well as different tips and guides to help take them down the path of pregnancy.

The best way to begin a definition of infertility is to first define its contrary, if for no other reason than to end the misperception that there is anything easy about getting pregnant…

What is Infertility?
The best way to begin a definition of infertility is to first define its contrary, if for no other reason than to end the misperception that there is anything easy about getting pregnant…
Fertility Nutrition
Nutritional status strongly influences fertility. There are a number of scientifically validated nutritional supplements that can assist in improving fertility. It is important to assess the nutritional status of both partners…
Understanding Infertility
Infertility is a medical problem that can be treated. It involves a disease or condition of the reproductive system which inhibits the couple's ability to conceive after a year of unprotected intercourse (six months for women over age 35) or to carry a pregnancy to term…
Fertility Calculator
Numerous websites offer a free online fertility calculator to determine your peak fertility dates. A fertility calculator is based on the fact that ovulation occurs 14 days…
Fertility Calendar
A fertility calendar is a tool you can use to help you achieve pregnancy. There are only a few days each month when you are most likely to get pregnant…
Fertility Chart
A fertility chart is a useful and free tool that allows you to chart and predict ovulation by looking at - and recording over time…
Fertility Cycle
Understanding you fertility cycle means using your body's natural and normal functioning to determine the days of the month you are most likely to get pregnant…
Fertility Monitor
A fertility monitor is a handheld device that will indicate just when you are fertile and when you are not…
Getting Pregnant
First things first—when do you ovulate? If you don’t know, don’t panic—not all of us do. And since we’re all on different cycles, ranging from 28 days to 40 days to as few as 20, and some of us don’t even have a regular cycle, it is not something you can simply look up in a book…
Sex Positions to Get Pregnant
Sex = babies, right? Actually, it’s surprising as many people get pregnant as they do. If everything is in working order for both partners and the timing is just right, you still only have a 25% chance of egg + sperm = pregnancy…
Preparing for Pregnancy
This is it. You’re ready. You’re throwing out the birth control pills and circling prime-time sex dates on the calendar. What else do you need…
Increase Male Fertility
No one knows why, but many researchers agree sperm counts have been declining for decades. Problems with fertility can range from hormonal imbalances, to physical problems, to psychological and/or behavioral problems. Fertility reflects a man’s “overall” health…
Egg Freezing
For the past twenty years, researchers have been trying to get around the issue and prolong a woman’s ability to conceive until much later in life. How? By taking out her eggs when she’s younger and they’re healthier, so they can be fertilized and implanted when the woman is ready to have children…

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