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Fertility > Health Features > Infertility: Tipping the Scales in Your Favour
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You’ve decided you want to start a family. Most of us believe that it will be very easy to get pregnant. This is true for some people, but it’s not as easy as it looks! Find out what you can do to increase your chances of getting pregnant. To get started, click the box that best describes you.
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Infertility: Tipping the Scales in Your Favour

Current research reveals there are weighty issues when it comes to infertility. Learn how your body weight can directly influence your ability to conceive, and see why there is no time like the present to reach your healthiest weight.
Weighing in on infertility
Weighing in on infertilityYou've been so good. You've given up coffee, said no to wine, refused to take a cold remedy. You're doing everything you can to get pregnant. But did you know that maintaining a healthy weight is one more thing you can do to tip the scales in your favour?
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Cutting calories and improving male fertility
Cutting calories and improving male fertilityEven in optimal circumstances, only 50% to 70% of sperm are healthy enough to fertilize an egg. Read on to see how cutting back your caloric intake can significantly improve the quality of your sperm and your chances of a fertile future.
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Balancing the scales in fertility treatments
Balancing the scales in fertility treatmentsHow can being overweight or underweight affect fertility treatment? Find out here.
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Eating well and improving fertility treatments
Eating well and improving fertility treatmentsBeing overweight or underweight can complicate fertility treatments. Find out steps you can take to reach a healthy weight.
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Infertility: Tipping the Scales in Your Favour


Weighing in on infertility

Cutting calories and improving male fertility

Balancing the scales in fertility treatments

Eating well and improving fertility treatments


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