Getting or staying pregnant is not easy for everyone -- for some, it can take time and money. While you might not be thinking of having kids right now, having a conversation with a physician about fertility while still in your early 30s could provide benefit later on.
So whether you're aware of someone's efforts to conceive or not, avoid the following statements:
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You know your chances of conceiving don't actually fall off a ledge the minute you hit your mid-30s, but avoiding this blunder can improve your odds.
Marking anniversaries with love songs and poetry is for the weak, right? Instead, I'm going to try to blog out my best summary of my actual reality of being married 20 years. Warning: Pregnant women should not read this post. It contains twists and turns and sudden drops
Clearly, conception isn't always easy. As the video tagline says, "Make a baby. Or die trying." This all-too-real video from
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Raising a child is also an enormous task and its intensity cannot truly be imagined until it's experienced. Every aspect of your life will change when you have a child and parenting will account for much of your time. There are years when it may even define you!
However, the technique may not be right for everyone. Dr. Wendy Vitek, an ob-gyn at the University of Rochester Medical Center
By Amy Shearn Of course you would never tell her, “Wow, I was wondering why you’d gained weight!” -- right? But please, please
I'm not pregnant. If I were 17, this would be cause for celebration, but when you are ready for a baby and you can't just materialize one, an empty womb feels like an empty heart.
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