How Soon Can You Get Pregnant After Giving Birth?
This can vary from woman to woman, but depending on the circumstances, it can be as soon as a matter of weeks. Read on as we take a closer look at conception after pregnancy, and how soon this can happen. We’ll also look at breastfeeding as a method of birth control, and the various options you can consider when you’re ready to start having sex again after the birth of your baby.
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How Effective are Condoms?
One of the most commonly used and widely available options, condoms are the contraceptive method of choice for many. But how effective are condoms? What’s the failure rate of condoms? And why do they fail in the first place? In this post, we’re going to look at some of the advantages and disadvantages of using condoms, as well as some other birth control methods that are available.
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7 Signs of Ovulation
You can’t get pregnant every day of your cycle, so knowing your fertility is an incredibly useful tool. Although our fertile days are not obvious, there are a few signs you can look out for to help you identify your fertile window. These changes happen to our bodies in the lead up to the release of an egg cell (known as ovulation). Every woman is different and her experience of ovulation is unique to her. However, there are some specific signs of ovulation that are easier to identify than others. Read on to find out more about some common symptoms of ovulation day, and the way our bodies change throughout the menstrual cycle.