It’s relatively common for women to have problems getting pregnant with their second (or third) child, even if they’ve never had fertility issues before. Here’s what may be causing your infertility and what you can do about it:
There are a lot of myths out there when it comes to baby making (sleep with a wooden spoon under your bed if you want a girl, or eat only the ends of loaves of bread if you want a boy). Here’s how to separate fact from fiction.
Most of us expect conception to happen easily. When we don’t get a positive pregnancy test after the first month or two of trying to conceive we often panic and look for everything possible to boost our fertility.