Top 10 Ways to Improve your Fertility
- Chart your cycles
- Take vitamins
- Use an ovulation predictor
- Use a pre-ovulation predictor
- Buy bulk pregnancy tests
- Have father-to-be take vitamins
- Buy that what-to-expect book
- Get sperm-friendly lube
- Gain weight and/or reduce your exercise
- Wear coincidentally sexy PJs
Knowing how long your cycles are is the first step toward knowing when you ovulate. Knowing when you ovulate is the first step toward conceiving. Take a look at the best way to chart your cycles.
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You may feel silly buying a pregnancy book before you're pregnant, but these actually have useful information on conception and early pregnancy symptoms.
Even if you don't normally use any, check out a product that's scientifically proven to lubricate without trapping sperm.
See why those of you who over-exercise or keep yourself lean may be damaging your fertility. The good news is it's temporary.
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