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Sleep and conception
Most of us are sleep-deprived, for many reasons--work, juggling too many activities, or just a lack of appreciation for sleep. If you're trying to conceive, you ought to re-think sleep.
Going barefoot and conception
Do you wear shoes all the time? If so, you may be missing out! The ground we walk on is full of energy that you may want to tap into to improve your chances for conceiving.
October Baby and conception
When does life begin? Conception? Birth? The movie "October Baby" presents a different take on the abortion discussion--what about the babies who survive abortion?
NSAIDS and conception
Some of us use drugs like ibuprofen regularly for muscle pain, but perhaps you should avoid it if you want to conceive. It may delay or prevent ovulation and also inhibit implantation.
Lack of cervical mucus and conception
Hostile cervical mucus is discussed a lot, but what about the other problem--a lack of cervical mucus. That may cause problems for conception, too, but there are ways around it.
Egg examination and conception
Evaluating a woman’s eggs is not so easy since obtaining them is invasive. Furthermore, once you have the eggs in a lab, just looking at them doesn’t tell anybody much.
Healthy sperm and conception
Fertility boils down to healthy eggs and sperm. Sure, the anatomy being sound matters, but if physically both you and your partner are fine, then all that matters is healthy eggs and sperm.
Endometriosis and conception
Endometriosis can affect your fertility--know what you are facing
Vitamin C and conception
Vitamin C is everywhere these days. It has long been a favorite for preventing or treating colds, and it is now added to many combination cold products. Is it truly that magical? Can it help you conceive?
Clomid and conception
If you have been trying to conceive for a while, your doctor may give you a prescription for Clomid or Serophene (clomiphene). Clomiphene stimulates ovulation, and even if you already ovulate, it may help.
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