Trying to get pregnant? Make sure you know the bottom line on baby-making.
Ditch the birth control and get busy. That's all it takes to make a baby, right? Not always: Many lifestyle factors may impede on your journey to motherhood. Still, many women are ill-informed when it comes to fertility, according to a new study published in Fertility & Sterility.
When researchers at the Yale School of Medicine surveyed 1,000 American women from 18 to 40-years-old, they found that many women are unaware of factors that affect their fertility. (They also found that 30 percent of the same group visit an OB-GYN less than once a year or — gulp — never!)
Read the rest over at FitPregnancy: Fertility Facts: What 50 Percent of Women Still Don't Know About Conceiving
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