Is laughter truly the best medicine - specifically for couples trying to conceive? One recent study finds that laughter could improve the results of fertility treatments, but it's positive benefits are also seen in the bedroom, too.
You've stopped taking the pill. You've started getting healthy. And you've asked everyone from friends to relatives to strangers on the street for advice. Still, you haven't gotten pregnant. Think there's nothing else you can do? Think again. Chances are
Folic acid, folates, NTDs, supplementation ... what's it all about? There's no end to the information you've got to absorb when you start trying to conceive or you become pregnant. Here's a run-down on one of the the key ingredients to pregnancy.
You’re over 35 and have decided—bring on the baby! Today in the US, more than one out of 12 first births are to women aged 35 years and over. But when you’re over 35 and trying to get pregnant, paying close attention to your reproductive health is a must.
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