Assess the odds, up your chances, and glean advice from a midlife mom
Upside: Detailed article on chances of getting pregnant after 35
It's difficult to say exactly how long it will take any one individual or couple to get pregnant.
Upside: Good overview and resources to understand how long conception takes
Downside: You need to click on links for more details
the very first question that couples are asking when they try to get pregnant.
Upside: Good answer with statistics and factors that affect time to get pregnant
Downside: Does not provide additional information for more specific questions
If you plan to have a baby, how soon after stopping the birth control pill can you conceive? One of the advantages of the birth control pill is that it's quickly reversible.
Upside: Good overview on how birth control affects getting pregnant
Downside: Need to scroll about a third way down for specific information
Today's post will be a little different as I attempt to answer a question many wannabe moms have - how long does it take to get pregnant?
Upside: Basic answer to questions
Downside: Not very detailed with statistics or additional resources
How soon can you get pregnant after you stop using birth control? Dr. Sarah Jarvis, a fellow of the Royal College of General Practitioners and co-author of Pregnancy for Dummies , replies:
Upside: Helpful advice on when to stop taking birth control with good links
Downside: Busy page
The question of how long does it take to get pregnant is like asking how long is a piece of string.
Upside: Good perspective on factors affecting time to conceive
Downside: No statistics or links
start. Pregnancy after 35: Healthy moms, healthy babies Many women are delaying pregnancy well into their 30s and beyond — and delivering healthy babies.
Upside: Good overview on getting pregnant after 35
Downside: Limited depth of answer and number related links