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Trying to Conceive Clinic

Getting pregnant isn’t as easy as it sounds. And for some this may come as a surprise, given that you've tried to avoid getting pregnant until the right time.

But if you want to get pregnant asap, and you're wondering how long it will take,  then we’ve got some suggestions on how to give your baby love-making a little makeover, getting your diet right with fertility-friendly foods and ensuring that you have the best chance of natural conception.

However, we also realise that not getting pregnant is an emotionally difficult time, so we hope you’ll feel supported with lots of advice if things don’t go according to plan.


Planning to get pregnant

When should I take prenatal vitamins? Eating well and keeping fit is a great way to prepare for getting pregnant. Being in good health can enhance your chances of conceiving and it’s not just about female health, would-be dads should get in on the act as well.



Am I Pregnant?

When to announce your pregnancy
There are distinct advantages to telling the good ...

How to get pregnant

Trying to get pregnant for the second time?
Many couples feel more relaxed when they decide th...

How to get pregnant

Taking control of your fertility
Taking active steps to get pregnant is key

Problems getting pregnant

Five reasons your period could be late
When you are trying for a baby, you might desperat...



Ovulation

Your TTC window of opportunity
Although best advice for couples is to have unprotected sex throughout each month, there is actually only a maximum 24-hour period during which an egg is alive to be fertilised.

Planning to get pregnant

Fertility: should I change my diet?
No one thing can guarantee successful conception, but making changes to what you eat could help.



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