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Product Review: Fertility Tracker To Help You Get Pregnant Quickly

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A while back, I was having a conversation with a friend who was trying to get pregnant. She, like so many women, assumed because she was healthy and in her early 30s, getting pregnant would be a breeze.

Until it wasn’t.

Months and months went by without a positive pregnancy test, which left her confused.

Her periods were pretty regular. She had no known health issues that she was aware could impact her ability to get pregnant. This wasn’t supposed to be happening.

She wasn’t sure what to do next so she reached out to me.

“I don’t want to see a doctor yet. It’s not that bad. I think we just need a few more months and it’ll work,” she told me.

Like so many women who don’t have any known fertility challenges, this is a really common thought. Let’s give it more time and it will work.

Unfortunately, in the reproductive world, more time means smaller window - for women AND men. While I’m all for doing fertility testing early for both you and your male partner to see what might be going on, I know that’s not the right option for everyone.