When you are trying to get pregnant, understanding your menstrual cycle can be the first step in maximizing your chances. Years of taking birth control pills can help you identify the phases of a normal menstrual cycle, and Dr. Dan Gehlbach with Midwest Reproductive Center explains the color-coded correlation and the basics of getting pregnant.
You want to get pregnant. Maybe not now, but someday. Dr. Dan Gehlbach with Midwest Reproductive Center advises women of all ages, late teens through their 40s, to protect their future by knowing the facts about reproductive health.
Fertility in your 20s: Practice safe sex to avoid fertility-threatening STDs, maintain a healthy weight and say no to illicit drugs,…
Trying to get pregnant can try your patience. Midwest Reproductive Center sometimes uncovers a “quick fix” for barriers to fertility, but most often treatment takes time. If Dr. Dan Gehlbach diagnoses your partner with a low sperm count, fertility drugs may prove effective, but it will take several months to see results.
A commonly prescribed and relatively inexpensive fertility medication,