Remember Fertile Myrtle, who could get pregnant just by a guy looking at her? Yeah, that's not conception works. Still, when it comes to baby-making, women sometimes want to believe anything. And there are a number of fertility myths out there that need to be debunked ASAP.
Still, there's a lot of grey area when it comes to the best ways to conceive. Some women swear by acupuncture, while others think the practice does nothing but make you a human pin cushion. Foods that boost fertility is another "grey area" when it comes to getting pregnant. When people in the business of making babies, like fertility specialists, obstetricians, gynecologists, don't all agree on what's real and what's a myth, it's hard for the non-experts to make sense of it all.
In the end, you have to do what makes you feel good because it's your body, your choice. So what if you want to do something outlandish because you heard it might help you conceive? Do you! If you still want to dance a fertility dance on a full moon because it makes you feel like you're doing all you can do to get pregnant, go for it. On the other hand, you should know that the following 13 fertility myths are just that — myths.