The information you need to get pregnant in 2018.

If you've been trying to conceive for more than a blink, you know how quickly the bedroom can go from feeling like a place of exciting intimacy to feeling like a fertility clinic. Enjoying love and romance with your partner is incredibly important,…
By Shannon Evans
While TV and movies often make it seem like all couples need to get pregnant is to look at each other funny, the reality is that it often takes up to a year for fertile partners to make a baby. That means patience and a positive attitude are…
By Kelly Mullen-McWilliams
Cervical mucus (CM) is a major part of trying to conceive (TTC). It helps you chart your fertility during your cycle, and it helps those little swimmers get to where they need to go to fertilize those eggs. The texture and amount of your CM…
By Abi Berwager Schreier
When you're trying to conceive, anything that helps you relax suddenly seems mandatory — baby making is stressful business. You're always tracking something, examining mucus like a Nancy Drew vagina detective, and you just want to take the edge off.…
By Cat Bowen
When people say "life is about the journey, not the destination," they aren't talking about pregnancy. This is one situation in which the outcome is definitely the point and the journey can be a mixed experience. On the one hand, you and your…
By Elizabeth Helen Spencer
In-vitro fertilization (IVF) is one of the most fruitful scientific procedures ever created. It helps women, who are otherwise struggling with infertility, to get pregnant under the care of a fertility specialist. If you are interested in getting…
By Mishal Ali Zafar
You've already had one happy healthy child, and when you're ready, you may decide it's time to add another bundle of joy to your family. So if you've had one baby, it should be easy to have another, right? Not always. Many women face difficulties in…
By Mishal Ali Zafar