For many couples getting pregnant is easy. However, for others getting pregnant can take a long time and they have to resort to reproductive technology. For this reason, there is a growing number of couples whose first step when trying to get pregnant is to learn more about all the ways they can get pregnant faster and healthier.

Improve Your Odds To Get Pregnant Faster

Want to get pregnant now? This plan will help you have the baby of your dreams! ... read more »

Implantation Bleeding and Symptoms Signs Spotting Cramps

Implantation bleeding and spotting happens within 1-2 days after arrival of the blastocyst in the uterus, usually around 9 days after ovulation (dpo), with a range of 6-12 days. ... read more »

Implantation Calculator

Calculates your important days! ... read more »

Your Fertility Window: How Many Days and When?

You only have 5-6 fertile days in your cycle to get pregnant. ... read more »

Pre-Trimester Checklist: Before You Get Pregnant

Use this handy checklist to help you get ready. ... read more »

Pregnancy Symptoms - Am I Pregnant?

Answers to all your questions about early signs and symptoms of pregnancy. In addition to the common pregnancy signs and symptoms you may also want to read more about physical pregnancy signs. ... read more »

Ectopic Pregnancy Recurrence

Over 95% of the ectopic pregnancies develop in the fallopian tube and are therefore also called 'tubal pregnancies'. ... read more »

When Is the Best Time to Take a Pregnancy Test?

When is the best time to take a pregnancy test? That depends upon the type of test. The two primary tests check the hormone levels found in urine and blood.  ... read more »

The Big O: Ovulation

When trying to get pregnant, ovulation is vital. There are several ways to find out if you are ovulating. Some of these you can do yourself at home while others require help from your doctor. ... read more »

Periconception Tip #3: Improve Your (and His) Health

Periconception tip #3 out of the 10 preconception tips that will help you improve your pregnancy chances and have a healthy baby. ... read more »

Benefits Of Folic Acid During Preconception

It is suggested that women who have the potential of getting pregnant take a supplement of 400-800 mcg of folic acid a day to prevent birth defects of the brain and spinal cord, called neural tube defects (NTDs). ... read more »

Infertility Guide: Why Can't We Get Pregnant?

Learn about infertility testing and treatment. ... read more »

Fertility Calendar and Ovulation Calculator

Find your fertile days accurately! ... read more »

The babyMed University Fertility Course

Dr. Amos Grunebaum offers vital lessons in the babyMed Fertility Course about everything you need to know to help you get pregnant now! ... read more »

How to Get Pregnant After Birth Control in 12 Steps

There are many open questions about getting pregnant after birth control. Read here about 12 steps of what to do. ... read more »

A Tipped Uterus - Trouble getting pregnant?

The medical term for a 'tipped uterus' is an 'anteverted' (tilt forward) or a 'retroverted uterus' (tilt backwards). Neither rarely if ever is the reason for infertility. ... read more »

Capacitation

Capacitation is an important part of fertility, and is partially responsible for the sperm entering the egg. ... read more »

Fertility Blend

Will the Fertility Blend help me get pregnant? ... read more »

Gray Pubic Hair and Trying To Conceive

We are trying to conceive, but I have a lot of gray pubic hair. Is that a problem? Does it affect my fertility? ... read more »

Spicing Up Sex When Trying To Get Pregnant

In order to spice up your sex life and still get pregnant, many people will try to tell you and your partner to relax. ... read more »

Breastfeeding as Contraceptive

Does breastfeeding prevent me from getting pregnant? ... read more »

Fertility during Menstrual Cycle

For how many days in my cycle can I get pregnant? ... read more »

Seven Fertility Myths Preventing You From Getting Pregnant

Read her more about the many myths and misconceptions about fertility and getting pregnant. ... read more »

Weight, Fertility and Pregnancy

There are many things that can affect a woman's ability to conceive. One of the most prominent causes for fertility problems is weight. ... read more »

TTC after miscarriage

How long after a miscarriage does it take to get pregnant? ... read more »

Vaginal Spotting

What does vaginal bleeding shortly before menses mean? ... read more »

TTC after the IUD

IUD removed three months ago ... read more »

Pregnant During My Period

Can I get pregnant during my period? ... read more »

Getting Pregnant With IUI After BBT Temperature Rise

What are my chances of getting pregnant via IUI after my basal body temperature (BBT) rise? ... read more »

How Does Pregnancy And Conception Happen? A Primer

  Getting pregnant and conception can be complicated. On this page we describe in 7 steps the physiology of getting pregnant and conception. ... read more »

Elevated Progesterone after FertilAid

An elevated progesterone level is not only a very good indication of ovulation but also of a healthy ovulation. ... read more »

Lubricating while Getting Pregnant

Sufficient lubrication, the secretion of fluid from the vaginal walls and glands, is an essential part of enjoying sex and when getting pregnant. ... read more »

Why Prenatal Vitamins and Other Supplements are Important

Prenatal vitamins and other supplements are advised for women who are trying to conceive, who are pregnant, and who are nursing. ... read more »

Fertility Charting and Fertility Calendar Made Easy

BBT or fertility charting is done to check a woman's fertility and normally involves three steps. ... read more »

Pregnancy FertilCharts Basal Body Temperature BBT Charts

Typical biphasic or triphasic pregnancy charts as reported by our members ... read more »

Getting Pregnant while on the Pill

Can I get pregnant while on the pill? ... read more »

Sperm Count, IUI, IVF and ICSI

Getting pregnant is a matter of probability. Sperm plays a huge factor in this probability. There are certain factors that can improve your your chances of conceiving "naturally" each month. ... read more »

Egg Fertilization by the Sperm

The sperm fertilizes the egg which then moves down the fallopian tube into the uterus. ... read more »

The Dr. Amos 7 BabySteps

Get pregnant faster and more efficiently with the Dr. Amos 7 BabySteps. ... read more »

Abstinence Before TTC?

How long should we be abstinent before TTC in order to get a good sperm specimen? ... read more »

Stopping the Pill After 11 Years

Will there be a problem after I stop the pill? ... read more »

One testis

Is one testis enough to conceive? ... read more »

How a Fertility Microscope works

How does the fertility and ovulation microscope work? ... read more »

Blood Donation While Trying to Conceive (TTC)

Can I donate blood while we try to conceive (TTC)? ... read more »

Previous Abortions and Fertility

Most women who have had several abortions in the past can conceive easily and are able to have a healthy baby. ... read more »

Time of the Day and TTC

Does it make a difference what time of the day we try to conceive (TTC)? ... read more »

Robitussin To Get Pregnant

Many women want to know whether they could take Robitussin to improve their fertility and help them get pregnant. ... read more »

When a Pregnancy Test is not so clear

You can only rely on the pregnanct test result if you follow all of the instructions. Most instructions say to read the results after three minutes. Any result after that time should be discarded. ... read more »

TTC After Tubal Ligation

Tubal Reversal Surgery vs. IVF ... read more »

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