When it comes to conception there is a lot of discussion about successful positions for 'making babies'. Are some sexual positions better than others for conception?
If you're hoping to conceive, one of the most important things you need to know about is ovulation.
Sometimes even modern pregnancy tests can get it wrong, giving false negative or positive results.
Initial tests for infertility patients include checking their egg reserves, looking for fallopian-tube blockages and analysing their partners' sperm quality.
Fathers who smoke are more likely to have children with asthma even if they quit the habit before their baby is conceived, according to new research.
A new Australian company is offering pre-conception genetic testing for 145 diseases so couples can learn if they are unwitting carriers of disorders which may be passed on to their future babies.
It is one of the most common viral infections, but few people have heard of it.
Here are a few popular methods hopeful parents-to-be use to try to get a baby of their preferred gender – and what an expert says about whether they really work.
I honestly can think of nothing that kills the passion and excitement more than Excel intercourse. Thermometers, graphs and demands of performance put a lot of stress on everyone - including us men.
A poignant moment on holidays, 13 months after we started trying to have a baby, has got me thinking about the hard conversations that lay ahead.
Couples trying to conceive may want to avoid using certain common sexual lubricants, which a new study says can reduce the chances of pregnancy.
It's now 2014. I thought I would have had a baby or at least be pregnant by now. But at least I'm now rounding the first corner, rather than still waiting to line-up at the start line.
Men, as well as women, need to have adequate intake of the important vitamin B9 (folate) before conception to ensure the health of their future children.