TTC article with loads of good info, tips and advice
I came across this article a few days ago and I think most women who are trying to conceive will find it useful.
Everything from how to prime your body and lifestyle to increase your likelihood of conception to what to do if you experience trouble while TTC to dietary and lifestyle habits to help you become pregnant and delivery a healthy baby once you do are covered. I would venture to guess that many of the questions asked here in this forum are covered within this article.
I checkout our the author's bio to make sure she is credible. She is. She's a nurse practitioner among whose specialties is OBGYN, with some pretty impressive overall medical credentials, and I would encourage anyone TTC and open to valuable information and tips from an expert to print it out and read over it a couple of times.
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