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The BabyWonderland Guide to Conception and Trying for a Baby

Having a baby changes one's lifestyle even before the birth. And, sometimes, when a long-planned pregnancy is concerned, a baby can change one's lifestyle before conception.

Are there any tips for getting pregnant? Is there something out there that can help me get pregnant? How do I increase my chances of conceiving? These are questions that people actively trying for a baby are asking themselves and others.

BabyWonderland is here to help with advice and support and the most up to date, state of the art interactive tools to help you monitor your body's signs and symptoms of fertile days and non-fertile days. Try our Conception Calculator to find your most fertile days.

So welcome to the big and mysterious world of trying to conceive! It arrives with much excitement and, we know, a lot to worry about, too! From 'Can my diet affect my fertility?' to 'Is Metformin the answer?' we discuss some of the reasons for infertility and look at ways to increase fertility.We, at BabyWonderland, aim to demystify as many of the conception myths as we can with a series of conception tips. We'll answer as many of your questions as possible in our articles, and at the same time, provide a warm and friendly community where you will find other people actively trying for a baby, sharing their concerns and support.

If all else fails we have advice on child adoption and discuss the question Is Surrogacy right for you?


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surrogacyNot so long ago, if you were struggling with infertility, had had a hysterectomy or were in a same sex relationship, adoption was considered the only way for you to become a parent.

Not anymore. Surrogacy is one of the most recognised alternatives these days and it has proven helpful for thousands of couples.

What are the options?

First of all, you need to decide what type of surrogacy is suitable for you.


Understanding Ovulation

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understanding-ovulationWhat is ovulation?

Ovulation is the discharge of a mature egg from a follicle developed inside the ovary into the fallopian tubes. Most of the time, it occurs regularly, half way through a menstrual cycle. For example, if you have a 28-day cycle, ovulation is likely to occur on day 14. Once released, the egg can be fertilised for 12 to 48 hours before it begins to disintegrate and lose its fertilising capability. The most fertile days of your cycle are the two days following the day of release of the egg. The BabyWonderland Ovulation Calendar can help you calculate accurately your most fertile days every month by locating the day of egg release.


Child Adoption Information

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child adoption It's not an easy decision to take, but sometimes personal or social circumstances determine pregnant women to consider offering their child for adoption. Some of them may decide that the baby's life would be better without them. The good news is that there are a lot of good people out there able and willing to offer the very best to a child.

What to do if you're in this situation?

The most important thing to start with is to seek an expert advice.


In Vitro Fertilization

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IVF In vitro fertilization, or IVF, is a medical procedure for collecting eggs, maturing them (if necessary) and fertilising them in vitro. The fertilized egg (eggs), also called an embryo, is then implanted into the uterus where it is expected to stick to wall of the uterus and develop into a fetus. The procedure is quite common, but, obviously, it can't guarantee the success of the pregnancy, for various reasons, some of them related to the woman's physical capability to bear a full term pregnancy.

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