When you are trying to conceive, there are so many myths. A few of our favourites include elevating your hips after intercourse, making love while standing, or drinking various elixirs. What we do know, is that conception can only occur around the time of ovulation. Ovulation is when an egg is released, and for most women, happens approximately two weeks after the start day of your last menstrual cycle.
Hoping to win at Baby Roulette? Before you and your partner toss the birth control in the trash and embark on any serious babymaking efforts, you’ve got some important decisions to make. The choices you make right now are every bit as important to your future baby’s health and well-being as the decisions you make after the pregnancy test comes back positive. Here are ten steps you should plan to take in the year prior to conception.