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Most Common Causes of Female Infertility

If you are having trouble conceiving, you or your partner may have a fertility problem. Of course, the likelihood of conception is affected by a wide range of factors, including how long you’ve been off birth control, how often you have sex, you weight and general health, and much more. If you’ve been trying for a year or more, however, a more serious problem might be the cause. The following are the most common causes of female infertility: Polycystic Ovarian [...]

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Soft Drinks and Fertility

When you are trying to conceive, you should be paying more attention to your diet. One key item to cut out is soft drinks. Drinking soda, particularly if you have it often, can have detrimental effects on your fertility and your health in general. Removing it from your diet is an easy way to improve your health and your fertility. Sugar Soft drinks contain more sugar than almost anything else you can eat. A single can contains approximately 10 teaspoons of [...]

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How to get pregnant with twins

There are many couples who are wondering how to get pregnant with twins. Natural twins are fairly rare. Without in vitro fertilization, your chances of having twins are about 3%. A lot of the factors that make twins more likely are things you can’t change, such as your family history and your race. Women who are over 35, of African descent, and tall are more likely to have twins naturally. However, there are some things you can do to [...]

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“After 2 years of trying I’m finally 22 weeks pregnant now “

Conceive Plus success stories : "Hello! I know this might be late but I could never be thankful enough for your products. After 2 years of trying I'm finally 22 weeks pregnant now and that's happened when I started using your products. We kinda just used the lubricants and last thing I knew is I was preggy already. So thank youuuuu!!! 😊 " R.G. Heuvel, Facebook, October 12, 2016    "Worked for me & im currently 4 months with my first child", M. M. [...]

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10 Early Signs of Pregnancy

Even before a pregnancy test will come back positive, your body can give you some subtle signs that you’re pregnant. You may notice these in the first few weeks of your pregnancy, and even as early as a few days after you conceived. Of course, these symptoms vary for everyone. Some women may not have any, and others may misinterpret the signs. But if you’re looking to tell whether you’re pregnant as soon as possible, these common signs may be your first clues. 1. [...]

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Diabetes and Infertility

Diabetes is a very common disease, especially in the United States. Unfortunately, it can also contribute to fertility problems for both men and women. If you have been having trouble conceiving for a year or more and cannot identify another cause, there’s a chance that diabetes may be causing infertility. Diabetes and Infertility in Men Diabetes can affect male fertility in a number of ways. One of the most common is by lowering testosterone levels. This will lower your sex drive and can cause erectile [...]

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The Best Sex Positions to Conceive

It’s a long-standing debate: can your sex position make a difference in how likely you are to conceive? The bottom line is that it’s possible to get pregnant in any position.Sperm can travel into the fallopian tubes from any angle, even when the woman is on top. Some studies, however, have found that a couple of positions can help to maximize the amount of sperm that enter through the cervix. Missionary Position Missionary is the tried-and- true standard for trying to conceive. The position enables [...]

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The Impact of Weight on Fertility

Being at a healthy weight is important for so many reasons, one of which is fertility. If you're trying to conceive and you or your partner is over or underweight, it may be harder to conceive. Before you start trying to conceive, it’s a good idea to consult your doctor about your general health and, if necessary, work on a plan to reach and maintain a healthy weight following the specific diet (check out the review at Slender Series). Being [...]

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The Link between Vitamin D and Pregnancy

Vitamin D plays an essential role in the body, enabling you to absorb calcium, and it has been linked to a healthier immune system and a lower risk of some kinds of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and other health problems.For these reasons, vitamin D is essential for staying healthy, yet many people (approximately half of the U.S. population) are deficient in vitamin D. This problem becomes even more acute for pregnant women because the fetus depends completely upon the mother [...]

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How to Exercise to Increase Your Fertility

When you’re trying to conceive, there are so many details that affect your body, and therefore your fertility. How much you exercise can be one of those things. Regular, light exercise can help to keep your body healthy and support reproductive functions. Too much intense exercise, on the other hand, can actually decrease fertility and may increase the risk of ovulation disorders. The key is to find balance; moderate exercise to maintain a healthy weight and keep your body [...]

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