A Journey Through Fertility

Whether you're unsure about having children or convinced you want ten—having an understanding of your fertility health is an important part of keeping in tune with your body. All sorts of things can affect our fertility, such as lifestyle choices, environment, and age. And, knowing how to navigate all of that can help you be well prepared for when/if you decide to have children.

So join us as we dive into a five-part series on women's fertility. What does it mean to be fertile—and what factors can make getting pregnant more difficult? How can birth control hide fertility problems? Are those at-home fertility tests (the ones you see all over Instagram) actually accurate? And, lastly, what if you really want kids and getting there is proving to be difficult? We'll cover all of that and more in our journey through fertility.

Early knowledge empowers you to make decisions about your future family planning.
By disrupting your natural cycle, contraception may be masking underlying issues.
You no longer have to make an appointment to discover valuable health information.
There's more to getting pregnant than just sex.
We spend so much of our lives trying not to conceive, we're ill-prepared when we want a baby.