7 Wacky Ways to (Possibly) Get Pregnant Faster
If you're trying to get pregnant, we know you're likely up to try just about anything that may help. But before you test any of these trending fertility-boosting tales (from eating pineapple to eating parasitic worms—yes, really), see what experts have to say.
If Meal Kits Can Help You Cook, Could Pregnancy Kits Help You Conceive?
Gone are the days of simply "pulling the goalie" when you decide you want to get pregnant. Here's how at-home pregnancy kits are elevating the experience for people who are trying to conceive.
How Your Period Affects Your Chances of Getting Pregnant
Trying to conceive but not pregnant yet? Maybe it's time to look to your monthly (or not-so-monthly) period for clues about why those two pink lines haven't showed up yet on your pregnancy test.
11 Questions to Ask Your Doctor If You Want To get Pregnant Soon
To increase your odds of a healthy pregnancy, ask these 11 important question at your preconception visit.
Can the Birth Control Pill Boost Fertility?
A study shows that women who've stopped taking oral contraceptives after five years can conceive just as easily as non-users.