How to Prepare for Pregnancy

When it comes to preparing for pregnancy, there are many factors to consider. While this can be a fun and exciting season of life, it’s important to consider factors such as nutrition, your mental and physical health, ensuring you are up to date on research and are also prepared to experience potential bumps along the way while trying to conceive.

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Is It Possible to Get Pregnant on Your Period?

Women trying to conceive around the clock may ask themselves if it is possible to get pregnant during their period. Healthline Media suggests that sexual intercourse during your period will not harm your reproductive health.

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What Does Estrogen Do to Women?

Estrogen hormones are essential for your sexual and reproductive development. Because of the hormone’s primary functions, it’s commonly referred to as the “sex hormone” or “fertility hormone”. Estrogen refers to three hormones that are similar to each other on a molecular level: estradiol, estrone, and (o)estriol.

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How to Prevent Miscarriage 11 Tips

The majority of miscarriages are due to genetic abnormalities developed in the fetus. Unfortunately, miscarriages caused by genetic abnormalities can’t be prevented. However, there are other causes of miscarriages. Thus, there are various tips and methods you can take into action for preventing miscarriage.

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Quiz: How Well Do You Know Your Fertility?

There’s tons of information about fertility and you’re on the path to learn even more! Take our short quiz to test your fertility knowledge. Gain more insights about fertility tracking and get an exclusive Mira discount.

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Quiz: How to Boost Your Fertility Chances in 2020?

Do you ask Santa to send you Baby Dust next year? If you’re eager to start a family, the average conception time of six to twelve months seems very long. The good news is that you may be able to get pregnant faster naturally. It may also be easier than you’ve imagined.

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How to Get Pregnant After IUD Birth Control

Intrauterine devices (iuds) are T-shaped copper or plastic devices that are inserted into the uterus. Once you make the decision to start trying to get pregnant, you can ask a doctor for a removal of your IUD.

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Infertility in Men: Signs, Causes, Symptoms

A relationship is a partnership, especially when trying to conceive a child. Couples that are unable to conceive after one year of trying should be given a fertility diagnosis and seek advice from a health care professional, six months of trying for couples over 35.

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Fertility Abbreviations that 
You Need to Know

As you start searching for fertility information online, you may find yourself lost in the strange world of acronyms and abbreviations. We’ve collected the list of the most popular ones to help you navigate numerous forums and blogs. You’re welcome!

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