Are you getting impatient with trying to conceive? Here's what you need to know about ovulation and timing of conception.
Could your use of steroids or antibiotics make it difficult for your partner to get pregnant? You may be surprised at how your health habits affect your fertility.
Are home pregnancy tests accurate? What should you know before taking them? How are clinic pregnancy tests different?
When do you need folic acid? Where do you get it? This B vitamin may be more powerful than you realize.
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Are you concerned about illnesses in your family that a child might inherit? This fact sheet can help you decide if you should have genetic screening before conceiving a child.
Either you or your partner has tested positive for HIV. Now you want to become pregnant. Is it an impossible dream?
March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation
The National Women's Health Information Center
Department of Health and Human Services