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Ovulation tests and conception
Back in 6th grade when I learned about menstruation and how babies are made, we were taught that everyone ovulates on day 14. Well, thatís not the case. And because itís not true for every woman, ovulation tests were developed to help pinpoint when ovulation is occurring to help women get pregnant
IUI and conception
If you're going through assisted reproduction to conceive, you probably will start with IUI, or intrauterine insemination. It's a very non-invasive procedure that can get you to your goal of conception.
Twins and multiples have been around forever, but people are often still mystified as to how they happen. And with assisted reproduction, the incidence of twins and triplets or higher multiples has increased. How do multiples happen?
Vitamin E and Conception
Vitamin E, famous as an antioxidant, also plays a role in conception.
Thyroid and conception
The thyroid is so important for your entire body function, but especially for conception. Even if you are told you have normal thyroid function, you should take care of your thyroid.
What is involved in a pre-pregnancy checkup with your doctor? A few tests to make sure that you're good to go.
Henna and conception
Choosing hair color when you want to conceive is stressful. We have all heard various things about the safety of hair color. One choice is definitely safe, but is it easy?
Artificial sweeteners and conception
Artificial sweeteners were originally developed for diabetics because they can't handle sugar. Normal people can handle sugar, but cutting down on sugar is a good idea for your overall health and conception.
Hormonal methods of contraception
Hormonal methods of birth control have increased in recent years. Of course, there is still "the pill," but now there is also a patch, a ring and an injectable.
Contraception devices and barrier methods
Contraceptive barrier methods can be very effective when used properly. And they are also easily reversible. Devices like the IUD are not as quickly reversible, but they don't require any daily thought to use properly
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