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Home : Pregnancy and Birth : Preparing For Pregnancy : How To Get Pregnant

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  • Early Pregnancy Tests
    Offers low-cost pregnancy tests and ovulation predictor kits. Free shipping and FDA-approved.

  • Getting Pregnant
    Information on how to get pregnant. Sections include preconception, infertility, and charting your pregnancy.

  • Mum's & Dad's
    A parenting board for all parents all over the world, contests & Games, top sits for your web site, ban free, speak your mind.

  • Ovulation Predictors.com
    Trying to Conceive? Our comprehensive information on your ovulation cycle, including ovulation calculators, ovulation calendars and ovulation test methods, will help you conceive quickly and stress-free.

  • Ovulation Test Kits
    BabyHopes.com offers low cost, high sensitivity ( 20 mIU ) ovulation tests to help you pinpoint when you are ovulating. Free shipping and free gift with purchase.

  • The Fertility Shop
    Unbeatable pricing on the ClearBlue and Ovacue Fertility Monitor, other great ovulation predictor tests, pregnancy tests, Fertility Blend and more! Let us help you conceive.

  • You Can Get Pregnant Over 40, Naturally
    How to overcome infertility and recurrent miscarriage without fertility treatments. Even in your late 30's and 40's, you can get pregnant naturally.

  • At-Home Insemination
    There are basically 3 ways of doing an at-home insemination...

  • Before Pregnancy
    Message boards and information for women trying to conceive or facing infertility. From ePregnancy.com.

  • Choosing Your Baby's Sex FAQ
    This FAQ is an attempt at answering this basic question. Based on the sources in section 1.3 below, there is some evidence that you can alter the odds. Instead of a near-50/50 "roll of the dice," you may be able to increase the odds in favor of conceiving either a girl or a boy to as high as 80 percent, or as low as 50.0001 percent (depending on whom you believe, as outlined below.)

  • Getting Pregnant: Babycenter.com
    Here's where you'll learn everything you need to start on your way to pregnancy and parenthood. There's more to making a baby than you might think. Here's what you need to know to boost your chances of success.

  • Getting Pregnant - BabyData.com
    From Baby Data, 37 specific information bits about getting pregnant.

  • Getting Pregnant - Gentlebirth.org
    Information on infertility and getting pregnant.

  • Getting Pregnant: Lifestyle Readiness Checklist
    Physical and emotional lifestyle changes you can make to give your baby the best headstart possible.

  • Home Pregnancy Tests
    General information about home pregnancy tests.

  • KY jelly and getting pregnant
    My husband and I are trying for a baby currently. I would just like to know if using KY Jelly will reduce my chance of conceiving.

  • Low-Tech Ways to Help You Conceive
    Frequently-asked questions on ways to improve the odds of conceiving a baby without medical assistance or intervention.

    A midwife of 10yrs answers the most common questions on pregnancy planning and pre conceptual care also smoking in pregnancy and prevention of neural tube defects.

  • Pre-conception
    Useful information and facts about pre-conception.

  • Preconception Health
    The Office of Maternal Health and Family Planning (OMHFP) works to improve the health and well-being of women of reproductive age and their newborns through a number of programs...

  • Preconception Weight Loss or Gain Calculator
    Planning to get pregnant? Getting down -- or up -- to your ideal body weight can help you have a healthier pregnancy.

  • Pregnancy Planner
    The Pregnancy Planner calculates preferred days for getting pregnant.

    An overview of symptoms of pregnancy.

    All about pregnancy tests from the National Women's Health Information Center.

  • Starting your journey to parenthood
    Answers to all your preconception and pregnancy questions.

  • Trying to Conceive
    Trying to Conceive offers tips, advice, chats, and books for persons trying to conceive. (pregnancy)

  • What are my Odds? (getting pregnant ,et al)
    How likely am I going to get pregnant? (Answer: 1 out of 5 chance each month) What are my chances having twins? ( Answer: The chance is 1/90) Is the baby going to be premature? (Answer: In general about 1 out of 10)...etc.

  • Your Guide to Getting Pregnant
    There's more to getting pregnant than you think.

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