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Mira events are a great opportunity to learn more about your body and fertility together with female health experts.

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Holiday Season: Finding your Happy Place While Trying to Conceive

The Holiday Season is the most cheerful season of all. But for those trying to conceive, the holiday season means a mailbox filled with friends’ “new baby” family cards, unsolicited advice from family members, and pictures of Santa with cute kids on their laps. Check out advice from our experts on how to handle these and other types of triggering situations.

Wed, Dec. 7th 2022 @ 1:00PM PST

Our Past Events

Hormones and Mood Swings: Here’s how it really works.

Regulating your hormones and keeping them balanced with smart lifestyle choices and habits can improve your emotional health, resolve mood disorders, and help you feel a sense of vitality and well-being. In this webinar, our experts teach you exactly how to do that.

Webinar: PCOS Myths that need to be Debunked

Join this FREE webinar to debunk some popular PCOS myths like: “You can’t get pregnant if you have PCOS”, “There’s no treatment for PCOS”, “You can ignore your PCOS if you don’t want kids”, and more.

Webinar: What comes before menopause?

Join this FREE webinar to understand better perimenopause, and why you should learn more about it—especially in your 20s and 30s.

Webinar: Strategies to Increase Your IVF/ IUI Success

Re-watch this webinar to ensure you have enough information to embark on your IVF/IUI journey with a healthy and relaxed mindset.

Webinar: How to Embrace Sadness on Your Fertility Journey

Join this webinar to learn how to accept sadness and work with it to make your fertility journey a healthier one.

Webinar: Explaining Unexplained Infertility

Join our FREE webinar to learn what does Unexplained Infertility actually mean, and can you still conceive with this diagnosis.

Recent Articles

When and How Often Should You Have Sex to Get Pregnant?

Everything you need to know about when (and how often) to have sex in order to maximize your chances of getting pregnant.

How Long Does it Take to Get Pregnant After Sex?

Starting a family can be a thrilling decision in your life. But it can also be stressful and full of challenges. It often takes longer than expected. Many women are not aware of these challenges until they actually start trying to conceive. Whether you have been trying to conceive for a while, over age 35, had a miscarriage, or with the polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), you may want to know how long it takes to get pregnant. Most couples got pregnant within six months to a year, with regular unprotected sex. You should see a fertility specialist if you are unable to conceive after a year.

Best Fertility Products to Buy in 2023

Take control of your pregnancy journey with these fertility products. We’ve researched the top items to buy when trying to conceive.

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