Can You Exercise While Trying to Get Pregnant?

Previously, women were excluded from athletic activities because people had concerns about the negative impact of exercise on fertility. Did you know that in 2009 women were prevented from ski jumping at the 2010 Winter Olympics and some people argued that the myth of the falling uterus justifies why women shouldn’t be allowed to ski jump? If […]

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Can You Ovulate Without Having a Period?

Are you wondering whether you can ovulate without having a period in months? Do you know the underlying cause? And is it possible that you can get pregnant although you do not have your monthly bleeds? Yes, it is possible to get pregnant if you’ve lost your period. However, this is unlikely. If you’re not getting your […]

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Why Am I So Dry and Itchy Down There?

It can be so bothersome when you feel so dry and itchy there. It is possible that your first instinct might be to suppose that you have a yeast infection and rush to the next drugstore for an over-the-counter antifungal medication. You might be doing yourself more harm than good if your symptoms are not caused […]

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When Do You Ovulate after a Miscarriage?

Having a miscarriage is a physically and emotionally challenging experience. In the weeks following a miscarriage, many women experience a roller coaster of emotions. It may be confusing and stressful to start trying for another baby after experiencing a miscarriage or pregnancy loss. Some women may not know when it’s best to start trying. Some may […]

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Do You Have Too Much Vaginal Discharge?

Vaginal discharge is usually a normal and regular occurrence. You may experience what a very watery or clear, slippery, egg white-like vaginal discharge a few days before ovulation. However, if you produce too much vaginal discharge and this lasts longer than expected, should you be concerned? Is this a sign of an infection? Before looking into possible […]

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Can I Have Fertile Cervical Mucus but Not Ovulate?

If you’re trying to get pregnant, it’s helpful to monitor your fertility so you can determine when it’s best to have intercourse. If you’ve been charting your basal body temperature (BBT) and/or monitoring changes in your cervical mucus, you probably know that it is important to have fertile cervical mucus or a sustained increase in […]

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