While there’s no single guaranteed indicator of fertility (and remember, it takes good healthy sperm, too!), here are seven things to look out for.
The luteal phase is the second half of a menstrual cycle, from ovulation until the day before your next period starts—and a defect in the luteal phase can impact fertility.
If you’re trying to get pregnant, knowing when you ovulate—the once-per-cycle event when the egg is released—is key. Otherwise, you leave the meet-up between egg and sperm to chance.
If you’re trying to get pregnant, a handy skill you’ll want to nail down is the ability to figure out when you’re ovulating.
Does breastfeeding work as birth control? Is an ovulation test accurate while nursing? Here’s what you need to know about ovulation and breastfeeding
Prenatal testing is a personal choice, and one with many factors to consider depending on your path to pregnancy, medical history and personal curiosity
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