In Yinstill Reproductive Wellness’ 10 steps to pregnancy, the first is goal setting. Here are a few tips on setting and achieving your goal of getting pregnant. Dr Spence Pentland says: “Take, for example, a woman with PCOS: Ideally, our main goal is to see… Read More »How to Achieve Your Goal of Getting Pregnant
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Is there a “right” way to pray to get pregnant? These prayers for women who are trying to conceive are inspired by Hannah in the Bible. She tried to get pregnant for years, and prayed to God for a baby. If you’re praying to get pregnant, you’ll find hope and faith here – even if your body just isn’t cooperating.
These tips will help you figure out the best way to get pregnant. How do you know which tip will work for you? By trying each one, step by step. A Clearblue Digital Ovulation Test is the most common product you’ll see when you search for the… Read More »The Best Way to Get Pregnant
Not getting pregnant is a top priority for some women, and figuring out the problems that prevent pregnancy is extremely important to others. Here are six reasons you’re not getting pregnant, ranging from environmental toxins to blocked fallopian tubes. The Easy@Home 50 Ovulation (LH) and 20… Read More »6 Problems That Prevent Pregnancy
Not getting pregnant after months or years of trying to conceive is devastating – and fear of infertility treatments can prolong the heartbreak. I found a study on how women are affected by their fear of infertility treatments. This study also reveals: How long most… Read More »How Fear of Infertility Treatments Affects Getting Pregnant
Finding help for fertility problems on the internet is easy, efficient, and fast. Here’s how to protect your health while benefiting from online fertility help. One of the things that makes me uncomfortable with this blog – Quips and Tips for Couples Coping With Infertility… Read More »Online Fertility Help
Bee pollen is a natural ingredient that may increase your chances of getting pregnant. Here’s what the research shows about pregnancy and bee pollen, plus other natural ingredients for improving fertility. Dr. Danielle’s Bee Well Royal Jelly are veggie capsules that don’t contain fillers, binders, or artificial… Read More »Bee Pollen to Increase Your Chances of Pregnancy
Reading fertility books is one of the best ways to get the best tips for getting pregnant! Here are some of the best “how to get pregnant” books I’ve read in the past three years…
“Most women ask themselves at one time or another what it means to mother – what the cost might be to their careers or marriages, how it reshapes the self,” writes Peggy Orenstein in Waiting for Daisy: A Tale of Two Continents, Three Religions, Five Infertility Doctors, an Oscar, an Atomic Bomb, a Romantic Night, and One Woman’s Quest to Become a Mother. “And all of us, male and female, encounter pain and loss; all of us reckon with dreams unfulfilled, with the limits our younger choices have placed on our later lives. All of us have to figure out how to move beyond that regret.”
Orenstein’s book is more of an infertility book than a “how to get pregnant” one; it describes her in vitro fertilizations, pregnancies, miscarriages, adoption attempts, and eventually having her daughter. Waiting for Daisy is a fascinating book that describes her psyche, marriage, and determination to get and stay pregnant — it’ll give you hope if you’re coping with infertility or tired of being disappointed every month when you get your period!
One of the most popular fertility books is Taking Charge of Your Fertility: The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement, and Reproductive Health. A friend loaned me this book four years ago, and it’s been updated since then. It’s one of the best books on getting pregnant.
And, here are more fertility books to consider…