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Trying to conceive

Are You Trying? Are You Trying?
Questions that make you cringe and surefire ways to handle them
Predetermining The Sex of Your Child Predetermining The Sex of Your Child
The following methods are the current theories regarding gender selection while trying to conceive.
Causes For Infertility Causes For Infertility
There are no easy answers for infertility, and why it is so hard for some women to conceive - but there ARE some definite causes, and most couples have more than one factor.
Going To See The Doctor Going To See The Doctor
Please note that it is imperative that a fertility specialist takes a full menstrual and contraceptive history.
Diagnostic Procedures Diagnostic Procedures
If you've reached the diagnostic phase of trying to conceive with your doctor, there may be one or more tests they may want to perform, to determine what is causing your inability to conceive.
Home Pregnancy Test FAQ Home Pregnancy Test FAQ
Home Pregnancy Tests Questions
Female Hormone Levels Female Hormone Levels
Please note that all labs have their own normal values, and those presented in these charts are just an average. These charts are provided as tool to help patients have a better dialog with their doctors, not for self-diagnosis or as a substitute for good medical care.
Female Reproductive System Female Reproductive System
All living things reproduce. Reproduction - the process by which organisms make more organisms like themselves - is one of the things that sets living things apart from nonliving matter.
What Is the Female Reproductive System? What Is the Female Reproductive System?
Most species have 2 sexes: male and female. Each sex has its own unique reproductive system. They are different in shape and structure, but both are specifically designed to produce, nourish, and transport either the egg or sperm.
What Does the Female Reproductive System Do? What Does the Female Reproductive System Do?
Did you know? - The average female's ovaries contain about two million eggs. Each egg contains the genetic code of countless generations of human beings.


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