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7 Ways to Boost Your Fertility

Couple’s who have not been able to conceive despite trying for a while tend to get anxious. They dread the word “Infertility”. Delayed conception does not always mean you are infertile. In a majority of instances it is the outcome of wrong lifestyle habits or disregard for health. Thus, minor alterations can make a “THE” difference to your life.  Given ... Read More »

How to Calculate Your Conception Date

The moment couples learn of their pregnancy they are eager to find out when their baby will make its grand debut. But, there are some who are equally excited to determine the date when their baby was conceived.  You’re one of them and you’re not very keen on troubling your doctor for it. Then, is it possible to calculate the ... Read More »

Unable to Conceive after a year of trying? Analyzing the Causes

If you have been trying for a few months and have still not fallen pregnant, you might be dejected. Take our word, you shouldn’t. Inability to conceive up to one year does not necessarily mean that you are infertile.  The time taken for a woman to get pregnant varies considerably. According to the figures, about 20-25% couples fall pregnant naturally ... Read More »

What is the Right Age to Have a Baby?

The increasing trend of late pregnancies has forced researchers to analyze the relationship between age and pregnancy. While there is no hard and fast rule concerning the right age to have a baby, the late 20s and early 30s are considered the best periods to have a baby.  What about an older woman trying to conceive? Should women delay childbearing ... Read More »

Preconception Checkup: Be Prepared for the Following Questions

A preconception checkup is in many cases a woman’s first visit to the obstetrician’s office. It is natural to get apprehensive about this first meeting with the doctor. Would it be a question-answer session only or would it involve a physical examination too?  If you’re stuck in such a sticky situation and don’t know who to look up to for ... Read More »

Facts About Folic Acid

Once you’ve tested positive for pregnancy, your obstetrician prescribes a list of vitamin and mineral supplements to be taken during the next nine months. In this list is included the name folic acid. Not only this, a woman trying to conceive is often advised to increase her intake of Folic acid. We pop in the pills in their prescribed dosage ... Read More »

How Do I Choose The Most Accurate Home Pregnancy Test?

Home pregnancy tests allow women to test for pregnancy in the privacy of their own homes. Their prices also make them very cost effective. However, stories of inaccurate results- faint positives, false positives and false negatives may force women to reconsider their decision of using an HPT. There are so many brands of HPT kits available over the market that ... Read More »

Conception After A Miscarriage: Precautions To Keep In Mind

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There is no bigger loss to a mother than losing her unborn child. It is indeed devastating.  But greater than the physical and emotional trauma of a miscarriage is the multitude of emotions she experiences when she tries to conceive again.  It is hope mingled with fear in addition to the doubts and queries.  We understand how you feel and ... Read More »

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