Yes. Ovulation isn't like that magical pass that used to get you out of gym class. If working out is already a part of your lifestyle, there's no reason for you to slam on the brakes when it comes to ...
Upside: Expert and community replies to user question on exercising and its affect on fertility
Downside: User postings may not be right for your situation
* How does a woman become pregnant? * How can I prevent pregnancy? * Is there a "safe time" to have sexual intercourse? * What are the chances of becoming pregnant from a single act of sex?
Upside: FAQs on getting pregnant
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Wondering how to get pregnant? Understand when you're most fertile, how often to have sex — and when to seek help.
Upside: Good overview of how and when to get pregnant
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Some couples seem to get pregnant simply by talking about it. For others, it takes plenty of patience and a bit of luck. If you're wondering how to get pregnant, start the old-fashioned way. Here's ...
Upside: Helpful information on understanding how conception occurs
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Pregnancy Myths Cleared Up! If penetration only happens for a few seconds, can a woman get pregnant?
Upside: Answers to many common questions and myths from different sexual activities and includes conception probabilities
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10. Tender, swollen breasts 9. Fatigue 8. Implantation bleeding 7. Nausea or vomiting
Upside: Detailed article on pregnancy symptoms
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Chance plays a major role in determining when you get pregnant. On average, if the sperm arrive when the egg is ready for fertilization, only about 30 percent of women will miss their next menstrual ...
Upside: Good specific information on how to get pregnant
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* How can I use breastfeeding to prevent pregnancy? * The transition to full fertility * Do I need to wean to get pregnant? * References and Additional Resources
Upside: Excellent article on getting pregnant while breastfeeding
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fertility and preconception products
Upside: Good selection and advice section
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Is it possible for my wife to get pregnant during her period The simple answer to this is yes. If a woman has a short cycle -- typically 21 days from first day to first day -- then she is actually ...
Upside: Q&A on getting pregnant while having your period
Downside: Limited depth; busy page