So what really constitutes as an fertility myth versus fertility fact? Separate the truth from fiction and empower yourself with real knowledge for your journey to parenthood!
Trying to Conceive
Despite the hectic pace, the crowds, the non-stop activities and people vying for your attention, there's something magical about the season. We've compiled a few suggestions to help you snatch it up in your Santa cap and have you both appreciating why that jolly ole' elf may be chuckling "ho-ho-ho!"
We tapped our members to gain insight on where people take their home pregnancy tests besides at home. The stories these ladies had to share were definitely ones for the record books. See the first entries into Pregnancy.org's POAS "Hall of Fame!"
Infertility takes a toll on you physically, emotionally, financially and sometimes spiritually. You've got a lot of stress ruling your sex life. Between the medical interventions and hormones, your libido may have bottomed out. Can sex during infertility be sexy?
Richie Cotton is a self-described math nerd. He's also a fan of math and charts. He and his girlfriend are trying to conceive so he compiled a chart to his girlfriend and himself figure out how long it will take them to conceive. Doesn't everyone have a partner like that?
After having a mc at 8 weeks in October 2011 I've taken a long break of ttc! In-fact I had completely stopped having any kind of sex until 5 days ago.
I was diagnosed with ibromyalgia about a year ago and and finally feel like I am getting back to normal. My husband and I are waitng to conceive in the next couple of months but I am really nerous about coming off of all my medications. I am currently taking Cymbalta, Gabapentin, Nifedipine, and Clonazapen. I am off of the Gabapentin and the only side effect seems to be tingling in my hands, but am super nervous about becoming depressed again and my insomnia.
I am a mother of two wonderful little boys. After having my first son, I opted to begin taking Depo Provera shots to prevent another pregnancy before I was ready for another child. This seemed like a good option because it would allow me to nurse my baby, and I would not have to remember to take a pill every day at the exact same time.
Congratulations! It's a...oops...not your baby. That's what happened to a gay couple in London when their second child was born.