These fertility checklists for men and women will help answer your “why can’t I get pregnant?” question. These are the most common reasons women don’t conceive quickly; they include male fertility issues related to sperm health. Conceiving a baby and staying pregnant for the full term is surprisingly difficult for many women!
These answers to the “why am I not getting pregnant?” question will help you see different options for starting a family. They’re inspired by A Parable of Hope. If you suspect or know that infertility is part of your life, read Navigating the Land of If: Understanding Infertility and Exploring Your Options by Melissa Ford. She started the extremely successful blogs […]
If you’re concerned or curious about getting pregnant, here are 13 simple things you need to know about ovulation, fertile days, eggs, sperm, and home pregnancy tests. Conceive Plus Fertility-Friendly Personal Lubricant for Couples is a popular item for couples who are trying to conceive. Some lubricants have toxic or harmful elements that kill sperm, so make sure you choose your […]
These tips are from the specialists at Fertility Ontario; the first tip on how to increase your chances of conceiving a baby was the most surprising. Increasing your chances of conception is about having sex at the right time of your cycle. The Clearblue Advanced Digital Ovulation Test Kit can help with that. The specialists at Fertility Ontario write in their […]
Can’t conceive? Here are the most common reasons women don’t get pregnant right away. The top three barriers to pregnancy are age (both his and hers), ovulation problems, and physical problems with the Fallopian tubes that stop those little embryos from forming. If you’re trying to conceive a baby, you might want to check out The Conception Chronicles: The Uncensored Truth About […]
Here are a few tips for getting pregnant when your body isn’t cooperating. The worst thing about my Quips and Tips fertility blog is hearing from readers who desperately want a baby, but their bodies have a mind of their own! Here’s an example of what readers often say: “I’ve been married 1½ years, but I have no child. My […]