What are the early pregnancy symptoms and can they tell you if you are pregnant without a test? Some women say they “know right away” when they are pregnant. How do they do this? In some cases, maybe they are aware of certain hormonal changes that are among the early symptoms of pregnancy.

But more often, it is probably just that they look back with hindsight after they have tested positive and think that they remember certain signs. They forget about many other times when they might have had those same signs and not been pregnant.

So can you rely on early pregnancy symptoms? Read more… »

If you are thinking of taking up yoga for fertility, or wondering how best to adapt your yoga practice to increase your chances of conceiving, then there are certain things that you should know.

Most people these days spend years – sometimes even decades – taking steps to avoid pregnancy. It can then be a big surprise when they stop using contraception and do not immediately get pregnant. But in fact, this is not unusual.

The average young couple with no fertility problems will take four or five months to conceive. For an older couple, it usually takes longer. It is only if you have not gotten pregnant after a year of trying, that your doctor will consider that you may have fertility problems. Read more… »

Many people are getting interested in the relationship between acupuncture and fertility. In fact, acupuncture is now the most popular infertility treatment in the alternative health market. But what is acupuncture, what can you expect from it as a treatment for infertility and does it actually work? These are questions that deserve some consideration before you go looking for an acupuncturist to treat you. Read more… »

Infertility can be defined in two ways: as inability to conceive after a year of regular sexual intercourse without contraception, or as repeated ectopic pregnancies, miscarriages or perinatal loss. Male and female specific factors account for about 30% of the infertility causes (individually);the combination of male and female causation leads to an additional 20% and the remaining 20% are caused by uncertain origins. Read more… »

Infertility may be broadly defined as the inability to get pregnant after trying for at least one year without using any birth control. In Western countries, infertility affects an estimated 15% of the population. While a part of them are trying to conceive using alternative methods like IVF, others prefer to optimize the chances of getting pregnant naturally. Trying to get pregnant naturally may be very important, since many couples and individuals who are diagnosed with infertility may be able to get pregnant without treatment (and hence should be defined as “subfertile” rather than “infertile”). Read more… »

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