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conceive

 [kon-sēv´]
1. to become pregnant.
2. take in, grasp, or form in the mind.

conceive

(kon-sēv),
To become pregnant, i.e., to achieve implantation of the blastocyst, ideally in the endometrium.

conceive

(kən-sēv′)
v.
1. To become pregnant.
2. To apprehend mentally; understand.
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I couldn't believe it - after so many years of trying and getting nothing, and then having IVF and conceiving naturally," the mother expressed her feelings.
Puneet Rana Arora (Medical Director, India, Bourn Hall Fertility Centre) and Khyati Malik (Clinical Counsellor, Bourn Hall Fertility Centre) share yoga asanas that can help increase your chances of conceiving by bringing balance in your life: Shavasana; Chakra Asana; Paschimottanasana; Butterfly Pose; Kapal Bharati Pranayam; Bhujangasana; and Supported Bridge Pose.
" The healthy BMI range for conceiving is 19- 22," informs Batra.
Antioxidants did not increase the women's chances of conceiving or having a baby.
17 women had conceived after developing obstetric fistula, 13 before repair and six after repair (with two conceiving both pre- and post-repair).
Seventy-one percent of respondents were trying to avoid conceiving, 6% were trying to get pregnant and 23% were okay either way.
A MUM-TO-BE has told of her shock at conceiving while already pregnant.
With one in six couples experience difficulties in conceiving, the centre opened offering four main treatments including IVF and donor insemination, but with advances in science, assisted conception has moved on dramatically and there are now nearly 20 types of procedures.
Combining these three results gives a forecast of the number of eggs in reserve, meaning that women who may face an early menopause are given a warning that they may not want to delay conceiving for too long.
"Maybe God doesn't want us to have any more kids." That's what Emily Holtel-Hoag of Cleveland initially thought when she and her husband, Mike, had difficulty conceiving when trying for their second child.
Knowledge of medical obstetrics has advanced to the point where prospective parents can improve the odds of conceiving the desired gender of baby by following natural methods, as explained in How To Make A Baby Girl Or Baby Boy, the collaborative work of Doctor Mark More and his wife, pediatric nurse Lisa More.
That is information women obviously want to know when they are interested in conceiving. With the help of several innovative products they can now get an answer to that question.