How to Get Pregnant?
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How to Get Pregnant?

Couples trying to have a baby should leave nothing to luck. While it is true that half of the women having unprotected sex get pregnant within one year, it is worth noting that some actions need to be taken in order to maximize fertility and the ability to get pregnant. It is important to be patient, since every woman is different, and getting pregnant can vary from one to another. This article discusses the ways on how to get pregnant.

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Don't let those hearts fool you, fella. They want your sperm.
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Weird News: Baby-Crazed Women Trading Sex For Sperm Donorship

Women are turning to new technology to have a baby the old-fashioned way. Single women, either baby-crazy or baby-slightly unhinged, have begun frequenting websites designed for matching them with guys who like having sex. But what does this mean for fatherhood, marriage and STDs?

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April 22-28 is National Infertility Week.
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What You Don't Know About Infertility

Did you know that infertility affects one in six couples in the U.S.? That's 6.1 million people! So if you see a baby in your future, take steps to learn more this National Infertility Week, because fertility awareness is critical to upping your chances of conceiving.

Guess When The Busiest Time Of Year For Sex Is...
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Guess When The Busiest Time Of Year For Sex Is...

The majority of kiddos are conceived during the winter holiday season. If we break this down, we'll find that one part holiday spirit, one part New Year’s Eve hilarity, and one part chilly weather, equals several reasons to strip down to nothing and get it on.

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Looking to get pregnant? Watch where your guy puts his laptop.
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Is The Internet Bad For Sperm?

Warning: What you're about to read is shocking. So shocking you may try to keep your guy away from his laptop for at least a week.

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Lesson Of The Day: Don't Use Plan B As Your Only Birth Control

xoJane's "Health Editor," a term we're going to use very loosely, wrote a piece about why she prefers the Plan B method of birth control to all others. Why? Well, in her words, the Pill will make her "fat," make her "spot," and according to her, will not prevent her from getting preggers because she's in that teeny-tiny minority who got knocked up on it.