Knowing your chances of getting pregnant with any given approach in any given time frame is hugely helpful in finding success. One doctor explains what factors are involved in deciding between alternatives when trying to conceive.
In her new book Drink: The Intimate Relationship Between Women and Alcohol, Ann Dowset claims that our need to drink a glass or two of wine a night is part of a systemic problem linked to a mother's desire for perfection.
Many marriages don't survive the stress of infertility and its treatment. The painful injections, the endless collection of sperm, the loss of intimacy, and the shame and anguish that often are part of the process prove too much for some couples.
Trying to conceive is like riding a roller coaster that won't stop. It's not so much going up that gets you—it's the fall on the other side. How can you stay positive while trying to conceive, especially if you are having trouble getting pregnant?
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