Taking Charge of Your Fertility, 10th Anniversary Edition: The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement, and Reproductive Health

Author: Toni Weschler
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by deadasthatsquirrel   2017-12-06

Join /r/TryingForABaby and read Taking Charge of Your Fertility .

And remember, it's totally normal for an average, healthy couple to take up to a year to get knocked up.

by deadasthatsquirrel   2017-12-06

Honestly, I think you're getting ahead of yourself :)

It's totally normal for an average, healthy couple to take up to a year to get knocked up, so the hospital might get refurbished / change their intake procedure etc in the meantime.

For now, join /r/TryingForABaby and read Taking Charge of Your Fertility .

by deadasthatsquirrel   2017-12-06

If you're trying to get pregnant, join /r/TryingForABaby and read Taking Charge of Your Fertility .

by deadasthatsquirrel   2017-08-19

March 6 and 7 was your period, so you're not pregnant.

If you're trying to be, read Taking Charge of Your Fertility and join /r/TryingForABaby.

by deadasthatsquirrel   2017-08-19

I highly recommend reading Taking Charge of Your Fertility , so that you truly understand how your cycle works and when the fertile window actually is.

And seconding the recommendation to talk to a therapist.

by deadasthatsquirrel   2017-08-19

Follow your doctor's advice and be aware that the vast majority of women don't get knocked up on the first cycle anyway!

I highly recommend joining /r/TryingForABaby and reading Taking Charge of Your Fertility .

by deadasthatsquirrel   2017-08-19

I'm only ten weeks along, but it's been okay so far!

From a trying perspective, make sure to read Taking Charge of Your Fertility and join /r/TryingForABaby.

by deadasthatsquirrel   2017-08-19

Read Taking Charge of Your Fertility , buy a BBT thermometer (I use the Mabis one ) and start using FertilityFriend to track your temperature and CM.

by deadasthatsquirrel   2017-08-19

I highly recommend the Mabis thermometer. Cheap, remembers your last reading and quiet (some women who temp vaginally have said they can't hear it under the covers.

Make sure to Taking Charge of Your Fertility too. It's like the bible for temping!

by deadasthatsquirrel   2017-08-19

Read Taking Charge of Your Fertility and join /r/TryingForABaby.