If you’re trying to get pregnant and have women’s health problems, these pregnancy tips may help. They’re on readers’ questions, and include help for coping with endometriosis, ovarian cysts, and more.
The two most important things to remember when you’re trying to get pregnant are: 1) you have to talk to a doctor — don’t trust online information such as pregnancy websites or infertility blogs; and 2) trying to get pregnant is easier if you know what your health problems are.
Some people are afraid to find out if they have male or female health issues that are stopping them from getting pregnant — but that knowledge is the key to moving forward! To learn more about fertility and getting pregnant, read Taking Charge of Your Fertility: The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement, and Reproductive Health — it’s one of most popular guides to getting pregnant.
And here’s what to do when you’re trying to get pregnant…Read More »Trying to Get Pregnant When You Have Women’s Health Problems