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Karen
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Karen Haines is a health writer. She has written for magazines, websites, trade journals, and consumer health publications.

Avoid These Foods to Prevent Period Cramps

Cramping is one of the worst period side-effects. If you have to move around during the toughest days of the period (and you most often do), cramping can pose a genuine challenge when it comes to work and commuting. Some of the foods most women regularly use are known to help alleviate cramping, but some […]

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10 Reasons Why You’re Not Getting Pregnant

A lot of things need to go right in order to become pregnant. If you and your partner have been trying, but not getting pregnant, you should consider these 10 reasons why. Excess or scarcity are often the cause of not accomplishing goals. Conception is no different. Good news, though, you can do something about each […]

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Top 8 Fertility Monitor Reviews

The female body has a specific set of moments each month in which it goes through the ovulation induction cycle. This is the moment you and your partner are most likely to conceive.Ovulation takes place on Day 14 after the first day of menstruation. Timing can be difficult because of the 28-day cycle when there […]

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Lady-Comp Fertility Monitor Review

Check Price On Amazon If you’ve decided that the time has come to take a proactive approach to your fertility, then you may start to feel a little overwhelmed with the wide range of products available on the market. Whether you’re new to trying to conceive, want an all-natural form of contraception or have been […]

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How to Find The Best Ovulation Test

Getting pregnant can feel like you’re running a marathon. With just preparation alone, there are so many factors to rely on, but the most important is ovulation. If you don’t know your ovulation schedule, you may be up a creek without realizing. Think of it like developing a training schedule. The marathon comparison becomes a lot clearer, […]

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How To Choose The Best Ovulation Kit

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more women wait longer to start a family. In fact, in 2014, the average age for first trimester pregnancies was 26.3. We are seeing a decrease in women having babies in their teen years. And an increase in women conceiving and giving birth later in their […]

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