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11 Common Baby Making Mistakes

When it comes to making babies, most couples don’t need to worry about getting everything right. But,
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11 Common Baby Making Mistakes

When it comes to making babies, most couples don’t need to worry about getting everything right. But,
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7 Fertility Aids: Secret Tips from Moms

By JustMommies staff

happy family with baby Trying to get pregnant can be frustrating, but there are ways to improve your odds. Take a tip from other moms and try one or more of these conception methods.
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7 Fertility Aids: Secret Tips from Moms

By JustMommies staff

happy family with baby Trying to get pregnant can be frustrating, but there are ways to improve your odds. Take a tip from other moms and try one or more of these conception methods.
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Age and Fertility – What the Statistics Say

By JustMommies staff

One of the basic “facts of life” is that a woman can become pregnant from the time she begins menstruating until she goes through menopause decades later. But the real life truth isn’t so basic. Despite news reports about women giving birth in their 50s – and even a random few in their 60s –
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Alcohol and Fertility

By JustMommies staff

There is no question that women should not drink alcohol while they are pregnant. Even small amounts of alcohol can pose a serious health threat to a developing baby. Once a baby is born, if the mother is breastfeeding she should continue to abstain. But couples should pay serious attention to the issue
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Autoimmune Disease and Fertility

By Gary Rothbard

The majority of women with autoimmune disorders are able to conceive and progress through pregnancy with little problem, producing healthy babies with few if any apparent complications. Still, there is little question that autoimmune diseases likely impact fertility and contribute to infertility issues,
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Autoimmune Disease and Fertility

By Gary Rothbard

The majority of women with autoimmune disorders are able to conceive and progress through pregnancy with little problem, producing healthy babies with few if any apparent complications. Still, there is little question that autoimmune diseases likely impact fertility and contribute to infertility issues,
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Can a tipped uterus keep you from getting pregnant?

By JustMommies staff

In most women’s bodies, the uterus is suspended vertically, straight up and down, or tilted slightly forward towards the abdomen. Some women, however, are born with a uterus that is naturally tilted backwards. There is nothing unhealthy about a tipped uterus, and this will not by itself have an impact
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Can Too Much Sex Harm Your Chances of Getting Pregnant?

By JustMommies staff

Couples who have spent any amount of time trying to conceive may find themselves surrounded by all sorts of rules, myths, theories, and crazy ideas about what it takes to get pregnant. According to one theory, too much sex can hurt your chances of getting pregnant because a man who ejaculates frequently
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