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Who knew getting pregnant could be so scientific? Life is as much about getting to know your fertility cycles as dreaming about baby right now. But just remember, using our ovulation calculator can be the first step toward hearing the pitter-patter of little feet!

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Doctor breaks down your reproductive cycle day by day, so you can maximize your chances of getting pregnant ... more
Sometimes it's hard to know when you're ovulating while you're breastfeeding. Using the Fertility Awareness Method (FAM) and tracking your basal body temperature (BBT) can help if you're trying to conceive. ... more
When you’re trying to conceive, knowing your monthly fertile days can increase your chances for success. Learn how to find your fertile window based on your menstrual cycle and ovulation day. ... more
You may think you've just got one monthly cycle controlling whether or not you conceive every month, but there are actually three—all doing their part to help you get pregnant. If you're trying to get pregnant, find the best... more
Get over the gross-out factor and learn how to use cervical mucus to let you know when you’re most fertile. ... more
Ovulation The OvuLook Ovulation Tester Pro: Claims to let you track hormonal shifts 72 hours before ovulation (that's 36 to 48 hours ahead of a urine test). Cons: You're the scientist, looking in a mini-microscope for... more
If you're planning a pregnancy, you're probably tracking your ovulation, the monthly peak in your fertility when the egg leaves the ovary—and, with any luck, connects with a sperm. It usually occurs about 14 days before your... more
Your body gives you subtle fertility indicators.  ... more
Q. My menstrual cycle has been regular for as long as I can remember. But now that I've entered my late 30s, it seems to be changing. Should I be worried? A. Not necessarily. It's natural for your period to change in... more
Contrary to popular belief, BBT charting is not the most effective way to time intercourse for conception. ... more