Get a check on your fertility
Before you try to conceive, getting your fertility checked out might be a good idea.
Trying to conceive can be an emotionally draining experience. There's a lot of pressure on both parties. It can be a time of doubt, you doubt your body, you doubt your partner's body and you doubt the future of your family. All around you your friends and family are seemingly able to fall pregnant at the drop of a hat, it can be incredibly disheartening.

When you're faced with the possibility that you may not be able to have a baby a million negative thoughts can enter your head. That's why it's imperative to see your doctor as soon as possible to find out exactly where you stand on the fertile front as a couple. From there your doctor can help you develop a plan of action. 

At some point your fertility comes in to question so we've rounded up some of our best articles on the subject.

10 tips for fertility

4 weird things that could affect fertility

Fertility problems

Antioxidants may boost fertility

Infertility treatments

Improving male fertility

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Infertility: how it really feels

Do you have any comforting words for couples going through a difficult TTC journey?

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