Top Ten Conception Articles

Here are the top ten articles for the Conception Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Lysine and conception
L-lysine is an essential amino acid. All that means is that our bodies don't make it, so we have to eat it. It has a bunch of really helpful attributes, so let's take a look at it.

2. Metformin and conception
Metformin (brand name Glucophage) is approved for type II diabetes. Like many drugs, though, it has found other uses besides that for which it is approved. One such use is for women with PCOS who wish to get pregnant.

3. Eating organic food for conception
Can eating organic help you conceive? Anything that makes you healthier can help.

4. Saw Palmetto and Conception
Saw Palmetto is not a fertility aid...quite the opposite.

5. Homeopathy and conception
Homeopathy has been gaining a resurgence lately as a natural cure. It often gets lumped into the category of "alternative therapies," but I think that is too broad. I am sure you have heard of it, but what is it?

6. Autism and conception
Autism diagnoses continue to rise. Is there a link to the mother's health at conception and during pregnancy?

7. Chlorella and conception
Chlorella and spirulina are superfoods that detoxify your body, plus, if you're like me and don't eat many greens, they can fill that void.

8. Ovulation tests and conception
Back in 6th grade when I learned about menstruation and how babies are made, we were taught that everyone ovulates on day 14. Well, that’s not the case. And because it’s not true for every woman, ovulation tests were developed to help pinpoint when ovulation is occurring to help women get pregnant

9. Pesticides and conception
Pesticides are bad for humans in so many ways, one of which is fertility. This is true for both men and women.

10. Positions that help you conceive
If you're trying to conceive naturally, you may be wondering if sperm need any help to get where they're going and stay there. You may be surprised to learn that the answer is no.

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