Everywhere you go, you will hear another fertility and trying to get pregnant myth from a friend or relative (or even a stranger!).
What should you believe? Learn what is real and what is just a myth.
There are many fertility myths and misconceptions circulating about ovulation and when to have intercourse, and some of them could be keeping you from getting pregnant. ... read more »
My husband and I have different blood groups. Does this affect fertility? ... read more »
Myth: Women are fertile and can get pregnant at any time during their cycle. ... read more »
Could I get pregnant if he never inserts the penis into my vagina, but ejaculates outside on my panties and they get wet? ... read more »
Read her more about the many myths and misconceptions about fertility and getting pregnant. ... read more »
Fertility and conception expert Dr. David Knight, of Australia sees many couples experiencing difficulty getting pregnant. Knight suggests there might be some simple fixes to easy problems. ... read more »
Infertility among men is more common than you might think. And,while we read and hear an awful lot about female infertility and itscauses and treatments, we don't hear nearly as much about maleinfertility. ... read more »
Is female infertility usually responsible for a couple's infertility? ... read more »
The process that leads to ovulation happens over a time period of 10-12 days and includes the gradual increase of estrogen over a period of several days. ... read more »
Women hear all kinds of myths, misconceptions, and falsehoods about their fertility. It’s okay to joke about these myths, but heeding them can be anything from a waste of time to harmful. Make yourself aware of ten of the most common female fertility myths out there. ... read more »