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Whether you’ve just started out on your conception journey or TTC-ed for a while now, this page contains everything you need to know about procreation.
From learning about your fertile window and optimal sperm count to getting your fertility health checked, these are the must-know TTC and pregnancy tips to boost your chances of a BFP.
Even if you’re TTC at 35 and above, our Getting Pregnant 101 Guide highlights what you need to look out for when working towards your conception goals. We understand it’s more challenging to get pregnant at an older age, especially if you’re facing fertility issues like unexplained infertility, PCOS, or low sperm count.
Last but not least, find out how much you need to budget to be well-prepared for Junior’s arrival.
Depending on your country of residence, there are certain governmental subsidies to help you offset your financial burden so you can focus on optimizing your chances of getting pregnant. Plus, check out the right insurance plans to cover you and your partner when undergoing fertility treatments.
Keep scrolling to find out more in our TTC & Pregnancy Guide.
TTC Under 35 & Tried for ≤12 Months
TTC at 35 & Above OR Tried for >12 Months
- Over the age of 35 and tried for ≤6 months OR
- Younger than 35 & tried for >1 year?
If you’re in either group and have trouble conceiving, our TTC & Pregnancy Guide can help.
Because there are many potential reasons behind infertility obstacles, read our guide to understand what your next steps should be, so you’re heading in the right direction toward parenthood.
Money Matters When TTC
When you’re trying to get pregnant, fertility treatments may be part of your experience.
Unfortunately, ART procedures like IVF (in-vitro fertilization) and IUI (intrauterine insemination) can be expensive. Insurance coverage may also be limited or nonexistent based on your circumstances.
Learn how to educate yourself on the financial aspects of getting pregnant and save money on your path to parenthood.