How To Get Pregnant Fast. Five Steps I Took To Get Pregnant

how to get pregnant easily

This post was written right after I got my BFP (big fat positive) home pregnancy test. It’s fun to look back after everything is said and done. After waiting and waiting for our rainbow baby (that’s what a baby after miscarriage or stillbirth is called), it’s so crazy that he is finally here. We are so happy! Read on to find out what I did differently the month before I found out I was pregnant. I made a few lifestyle changes and got pregnant fast! More about my infertility and miscarriages right here on Babytalk!¬†Infertility: Reducing the Stigma Oh...

How to Pee on A Stick: Adventures in Trying to Conceive.

Peeing on a stick

Peeing on a Stick – Middle of March How many times have I peed on sticks? Too many. Right now I’m a day late for my period and just took another pregnancy test five minutes ago. Looks completely negative. It’s torture. When you want something so bad but it just doesn’t happen. Pure torture. Right now I’m spotting pregnancy symptoms all over the place. I’m dizzy, I’m tired, I’m hungry, my boobs hurt. You name it I’ve got it! Except for the fact that I’m not even pregnant. Just checked the pregnancy test again. Yep, still negative. I wish...

Everything You Need to Know About Initial Fertility Testing

So many vials of blood for infertility testing

On goes the journey. Our journey to a healthy pregnancy. This post will go over all the initial testing we had to do after seeing the fertility doctor. He really put us to task and it took a lot of coordinating and organizing to get everything done. But what don’t you do for your future children! See more about our infertility journey here:¬†Infertility-Reducing the Stigma When you’re focusing on getting pregnant, there are a lot of different tests. You can’t do them whenever you’d like, it’s all dependant on certain days during the woman’s cycle. So, it requires quite...

Infertility – Reducing the Stigma

There are so many women dealing with this issue. It needs to be out in the open!

This post was written a while back but still continues to be relevant. I decided to share this now since October is miscarriage and infant loss awareness month and it’s an issue I really want to bring to light. I’d like to share more about what it’s like to lose a pregnancy and deal with infertility, so stay tuned for some more intimate posts from Babytalk in the future. Let’s start with this one that I wrote after our last miscarriage. Apparently, I’m a Lady So, we went to see a fertility specialist. Wow, I never thought I would...