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"Am I Pregnant?" 6 Things You Should Know About the Two-Week Wait

The two weeks between ovulation and your pregnancy test can be stressful. Make it through in one piece.
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Infertility Frustrations: Why "Trying" to Conceive is So Darn Hard

One woman shares her struggles in trying to get pregnant

Trouble Getting Pregnant? Blame Stress!

Feeling frenzied all the time can take a toll on your fertility. Here’s how you can chillax and boost your odds of baby-making success.

The Age Effect: Is Aging Sperm a Risk Factor for Autism?

The surprising connection between autism and dad's age. Plus, how you can protect your baby-to-be.

Fertility Facts: What 50 Percent of Women Still Don't Know About Conceiving

Trying to get pregnant? Make sure you know the bottom line on baby-making — what you don't understand can affect your bub-to-be's health.

Are You Really Pregnant?

The early weeks of pregnancy are fragile—and confusing. Here, the answers to your questions.

The 411 on Bacterial Vaginosis

Does the most common vaginal infection relate to infertility, or can it put an existing pregnancy at risk? Here's what you need to know.

Have Celebrities Warped Our Beliefs About Getting Pregnant?

Truths about donor eggs and fertility treatments

Ready, Set, Conceive!

A 3-month guide to preparing yourself for pregnancy.

Top 5 Foods You Should Be Eating Before You Get Pregnant

Effortless, delicious ways to prepare your body for pregnancy.

Officially Single And Definitely Pregnant

When the first week of pregnancy and telling the baby daddy is less like a romantic comedy and more closely resembles an episode of a really bad reality show.

4 Things You Should Avoid Before You Get Pregnant

What to avoid (and what to start doing) when you’re trying to get pregnant.

Are You Ready for a Baby?

Ask yourself and your partner these 9 questions before you start trying to conceive.

8 Diet Changes To Help Increase Your Fertility

Make these changes to your diet to improve your fertility and ovulation function.

Sperm Healthiest in Winter, Early Spring

Study finds robust sperm counts in these months explain higher birth rate in the fall.
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