So, you have decided you want to have a baby? Great news! You have come to the right place, as this part of our website has everything you need to know about getting pregnant, including some top tips to help you conceive quickly. This includes everything from the best time of the day to have intercourse and advice on using a pregnancy planner. If you are trying to have a baby, we have everything covered here. We are constantly updating our website with original and useful content on getting pregnant.
While falling pregnant is a breeze for some people, for others, it can be a long struggle. You may feel like you are the only couple in the world that is having trouble conceiving. Although it feels like a very lonely journey, roughly 3.5 million people in the UK struggle to conceive naturally. There are many different reasons why this is the case, including polycystic ovary syndrome, endometriosis, fibroids, irregular menstrual cycles, and blocked fallopian tubes.
You can find out more about these issues and many more on this page, as well as advice on how to coupe if you are struggling to have a child. If you cannot get pregnant, there are many different options available to you today. Aside from adoption, you also have the option of IVF, IUI, donor insemination, and surrogacy. All options have their advantages and disadvantages. It is about figuring out what is right for you – there is no right or wrong approach.
FEATURED ARTICLES ON GETTING PREGNANT
The most fertile years of a woman’s life are those between 18 and 28. Even into the mid-thirties, it is usually fairly easy to conceive and carry a pregnancy to term. During these years the hormones that control ovulation, enhance conception, and ensure a...read more
Q. I am 21 DPO (days past ovulation) and am a week late with my period. I have NEVER been late in my life. I took two home pregnancy tests, one at 15 DPO and one at 17 DPO. Both tests were negative. I am scared to take another one because I don’t want to see...read more
Editor’s Note: This article was written to cover all types of profound loss. However, the tenets of this article hold true for pregnancy/infant loss as well. Losing a baby is a profound loss, and given that sexual intimacy played a part in conceiving the baby,...read more
Q. Is it safe to take a warm bath while trying to conceive (during ovulation and after)? I worry that the heat will hurt something that could be “in the works”. A silly question, but puzzling all the same!A. A warm bath is just fine, but I’d stay out...read more
Understanding your monthly fertility pattern (days in the month when you are fertile, days when you are infertile, and days when fertility is unlikely, but possible) can help you plan a pregnancy, or avoid pregnancy. But if you already understand your menstrual cycle...read more