Getting Pregnant

Getting Pregnant

Are you thinking about trying to get pregnant or wondering when is the best time to start a family? This can be a very exciting time but also filled with anxiety. We have all the information you will need to embark on this beautiful journey. 
Fertility & Ovulation
Fertility & Ovulation
How, where and when
Fertility Problems
Fertility Problems
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Adoption & Fostering
Adoption & Fostering
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Getting Pregnant Articles

Getting Pregnant Tools

Fertility chart
Fertility chart

When are you most fertile from month to month?

Ovulation calculator
Ovulation calculator

Calculate when you will next ovulate

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Questions & Answers

How do I conceive when over 30?

Although a woman’s fertility begins to decline in your mid- to late-twenties, it is generally around the 35th birthday that there is a significant deterioration in ability to conceive.

 
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What is polycystic ovary disease (PCOS)?

Polycystic ovary disease is a hormonal imbalance coupled with polycystic ovaries. Polycystic ovaries develop an abnormally high number of follicles each month. Coupled with the hormone imbalance, this leads to a variety of symptoms, which can include fertility.
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What is Basal Body Temperature and how do I use it to conceive?

Your basal body temperature is the lowest temperature of your body at rest. You can determine your basal body temperature by taking your temperature as soon as you wake up before you begin moving about.
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Assisted conception treatments. What are my options?

When you are having trouble conceiving, experts can help by providing assisted conception treatments.
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What is implantation bleeding?

Implantation bleeding is not a common experience, but some women do report small amounts of blood with or without cramping roughly a week or less before their anticipated period.
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What are the top 10 ways to handle fertility problems?

Fertility problems take a psychological and emotional toll. You can begin to feel like there is something wrong with you and you are alone.
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What causes fertility problems in women?

When you seek a doctor’s help with fertility problems and it is determined that the problem is with you, there are a number of things that could be the root cause.
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