One in six couples experiences infertility and of those, about half are related to male infertility. If you are having issues conceiving your healthcare provider will be able to run tests and take a medical history to help determine what the problem is.
As a new mom you probably have your fair share of questions about postpartum. There are plenty of old wives tales and scientific studies to dig through so how do you know what to expect when it comes to breastfeeding and your fertility? Here we’ve answered some of the most asked questions when it comes to postpartum fertility while breastfeeding.
Struggling with infertility is a stressful experience for everyone. Although stress may not be the root cause of your infertility, it certainly isn’t helping the process. When it comes to getting pregnant it is truly a full mind and body journey and stress is a factor that affects both mental and physical health.
Have you been on the pill or other hormonal birth control for a while and are considering stopping? Maybe you are looking to get pregnant or you are hoping to switch to a non-hormonal or natural birth control method? Knowing what to expect when you stop will set you up for a less stressful transition.
When you are trying to conceive you might have sex on the brain more but not necessarily in a fun way. You probably have a lot of questions about sex now that you are focused on trying to get pregnant.