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The Ultimate Fertility Resource Guide

How to Get Pregnant

Are you ready to start or grow your family?

If you are trying to conceive a child, you are in the right place. Many couples today start on this exciting journey to parenthood every single day. Yet, not all wishful parents have the same journey. For some, it may happen quickly. For others, it takes more time.

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Challenges to getting pregnant - infertility

If you are having challenges getting pregnant, you are not alone. According to UCLA Health, about 15% of couples have trouble conceiving. Generally, infertility is defined as an inability to conceive after one year of unprotected sex for women 35 years or younger, or 6 months or longer for those over 35 years of age.

Infertility in about 90% of cases is shown to be caused by one or more of three factors:

  • Male factors such as low or abnormal sperm production or blockages
  • Ovarian factors such as declining quality and quantity of eggs
  • Tubal factors such as fallopian tube blockages

How to Boost Fertility and Increase Your Chances of Getting Pregnant.

Did you know there are things you can do right now to increase your chances of getting pregnant?

It’s true! There are a wide variety of factors that impact your ability to conceive. These factors include age, diet & nutrition, environment, weight, and overall health. Sometimes, it just takes a little knowledge, patience, and a few lifestyle modifications to dramatically improve your ability to get pregnant.

Infertility By the Numbers

  • 30% of infertility cases can be attributed solely to the female, 40% can be attributed solely to the male, 30% can be attributed to a combination of both partners, and 10% of cases have an unknown cause. (Fertility Answers, 2020)
  • In general, fertility begins to decrease for most women in their 20s and 30s and declines more quickly after the age of 35. (American Society for Reproductive Medicine)
  • Couples in which the male partner is 40 years or older are more likely to have difficulty conceiving. (CDC, 2019)
  • Men experience a 1% decline in their sperm quality each year after age 40. Harvard Health
  • Up to 60% of infertile individuals reported psychiatric symptoms with significantly higher levels of anxiety and depression than fertile individuals. (Clinical Therapeutics, 2014)
  • Women delaying their first pregnancy to age 35+ has increased nearly 60% since the 1980s, (

About the Ultimate Fertility Resource Guide

American Pregnancy Association’s goal in the development of The Ultimate Fertility Resource Guide is to share critical information on fertility, tips on how to get pregnant faster, and how to boost fertility through sometimes simple tweaks to your lifestyle and approach. The guide is easy to read and meant for anybody wanting to increase their ability to conceive.

What is in the Ultimate Fertility Resource Guide?
The full Fertility Resource Guide can be downloaded in PDF format by clicking here.

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Timing is Everything

It’s essential for a woman to know when she is ovulation. Now, what is ovulation and what does it have to do with getting pregnant? Everything. Ovulation is the 36 to 48-hour period when an egg is ready for fertilization. Learn the best ways to forecast when you will ovulate and handy ovulation prediction tips and tools.

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The American Pregnancy Association is a national health organization committed to promoting reproductive and pregnancy wellness through education, support, advocacy, and community awareness.

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