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.
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A decade ago, it was practically a given that most—if not all—pregnant women would take a labor-preparation class midway through pregnancy. "Not anymore," says Susan Cooter, R.N., a certified childbirth educator and labor doula in Hatboro, Pa., and director of Prepared Childbirth Educators, an organization that trains registered nurses to teach childbirth education courses. "I work with so many women who think that watching Birth Stories on TV will prepare them for labor.