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h_a_c14 posted:
My husband and I are fairly new at trying to conceive. Last month was our first time trying, no luck, however' the odds were against us because I was on my period. We currently live in different states due to our occupations but we will be seeing each other this month during three of my high fertility days according to the WEB MD ovulation calculator. Are there any extra pieces of advice or insight to how accurate this calculator is. We both truly want to conceive so any tips are welcomed!!!!!!!!!
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atti_editor responded:
Hi h_a_c14,

You may find the information in our Couple's Guide: Trying to Conceive helpful to look through. The guide contains tips for charting your cycle, information on pregnancy prep, and more. This pregnancy to-do list , health essentials checklist , and preparing for pregnancy emotionally article may also be of interest.

Best wishes!
Atti


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