Health and medical

Knowledge of any health condition and its timely treatment can help you best position yourself in having a healthy and safe pregnancy, as well as a healthy child. 

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

While a lot of women diagnosed with PCOS can conceive naturally, it might impact fertility and increase the time taken to conception.

Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs)

STIs such as chlamydia and gonorrhoea may impact fertility.

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Endometriosis

Impacting 1 in 10 women worldwide, endometriosis can impact your fertility.

Diabetes

Diabetes affects the chances of getting pregnant, but it can be brought under control through medical treatment.

Cancer

Some types of cancer treatments affect the eggs and impact your ability to get pregnant.

Fertility Preservation

There are now options available for women who wish to preserve their fertility and have a child at the later stage in life.

Useful Tools

Ovulation Tracker

What is the best time for you to get pregnant? Try our ovulation tracker to keep a track of your cycle and your fertility window.

Conception Checklist

Try our conception checklist tool to see how you are doing on the different factors affecting your fertility.

Fertility Timeline

Use our fertility timeline tool to keep a track of when and how many children you want to have, and help you plan your pregnancy journey.

Other factors that impact fertility

Timing

Knowing what time would be the best for conception.

Age

Age is the most influential factor that affects chances of conceiving.

Weight

A healthy weight (BMI) increases your chances of getting pregnant.

Lifestyle

A healthy lifestyle has a positive effect on your fertility.

Discussion forum

We are building an online forum for women like you to freely ask questions to certified experts in various fields and get your queries resolved.

You can head over to the forum to post your questions to experts or view answers to questions we received.

Did you know?

In a study conducted by AIIIMS Delhi in 2018, only 26% of the participants were aware of the critical age threshold after which it becomes difficult to get pregnant. Test your knowledge now!!