Planning Your Pregnancy

Now let’s be realistic, most of us spend our initial reproductive years trying NOT to get pregnant. Using birth control, we’ve manipulated our bodies to some extent to prevent pregnancy. Now that you’ve made the decision to have a child, let’s look at how to get pregnant and all the factors that may affect and improve your chances of having a baby.

Pregnancy week one | American Pregnancy Association

Am I Pregnant – the Key Symptoms

Missing a period is the number one sign of pregnancy.

Fertility

Your conception success can be improved with proper diagnoses, medical treatments and procedures, and lifestyle changes.
adoption process | American Pregnancy Association

Adoption

When you’re ready to grow your family, explore giving a child a loving home through adoption.

Ovulation

Knowing your fertility window and when your ovary releases an egg is the key to conception.
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Conception Health and Nutrition Support

Both partners can boost their fertility with a healthy lifestyle, good nutrition, stress and weight management.
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Fertility, Pregnancy Products & Tests

Know the quality tests and tools that can help you get pregnant

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