Pregnancy after abortion — A Mayo Clinic specialist discusses whether abortion can cause infertility or pregnancy complications in a subsequent pregnancy.
Baby's sex — A Mayo Clinic specialist explains the science behind influencing a baby's sex.
Family planning — Consider the risks of timing pregnancies too close together or too far apart.
Understand what you can do to protect and promote your ability to get pregnant.
Know what you can do to preserve your fertility before cancer treatment.
You can take simple steps to have healthy sperm and improve your fertility.
Wondering if you're pregnant? Know the pros and cons of home pregnancy testing.
Looking for tips on how to get pregnant? Here’s help understanding how to maximize your fertility and when to talk to a doctor.
Trying to get pregnant? Learn about ovulation signs and symptoms.
Find out how older paternal age can impact pregnancy and childhood health.
Preconception planning — Make sure your body is ready for the demands of pregnancy.
Pregnancy after 35 takes special care. Here's help giving your baby the best start.
Pregnancy after gastric bypass surgery calls for special care. Start with preconception planning.
Understand when to try again and your chances of success.
Preparing for pregnancy takes on special meaning when you have diabetes. Consider the importance of preconception planning.
After ejaculation, the life span of sperm depends on the circumstances.
Are you pregnant? Tender breasts, nausea and fatigue are just a few early symptoms of pregnancy. Find out about these and less obvious pregnancy signs.
If you're obese, weight loss before pregnancy can improve your health — as well as the health of the baby you're planning to conceive.