under 35 and tried to conceive for less than 12 months

TTC Under 35 & Tried for ≤12 Months

Many young couples assume that getting pregnant is a walk in the park. The truth is, there’s a ton of factors that can impact your chances of conceiving. 

From optimal sperm quality to the fertile window, we share must-know TTC and pregnancy tips to help you boost your success rate of getting pregnant.


Ovulation 101

Ovulation generally occurs once a month, and timing intercourse around it is key. 

Below, you’ll learn more about your fertile window and effective ovulation tracking tools to maximize your chances of getting pregnant. 


Sperm 101

Sperm is the MVP of the conception game — without it, there’s no chance of a BFP. 

Bookmark these articles that contain essential information to optimize your sperm health.


The 2-Week Wait Pre-Pregnancy

It can feel infinitely long to wait out those two weeks between your ovulation window and your first pregnancy test result. 

To help you pass your time, check out the following resources to learn more about the do’s and don’ts during this crucial window and how to identify early pregnancy symptoms.


Check Yourself & Your Partner

A fertility check-up is an important first step in anyone’s conception journey. 

It helps to identify health problems and determine if lifestyle changes or specific treatments are needed to improve your fertility levels.


Get a Head Start on Your Fertility Journey

Easy-to-use fertility aids like self-insemination sperm syringes and at-home conception aids can be helpful in enhancing your pregnancy prospects, especially if you’ve been trying for a while now.

Read more about fertility aids in the following posts:


Sex & Intimacy

Sexual and emotional intimacy are crucial aspects of any relationship, especially during your baby-making moments with your partner. 

Bookmark these tips to bring your sex life to the next level and strengthen your relationship: 


Fertility Eats

It’s a well-known fact that TTC individuals should eat healthier to boost their fertility levels & pregnancy success rates.

But which foods should you eat and which should you avoid? Should you follow a specific diet? 

Check out the following articles for answers to your most pressing questions: