5 Must-Have Products to Help You Conceive

my pregnant chart for Princess R | © Devan McGuinness

Deciding to grow your family can be a very exciting time. I can still remember the day my husband and I decided that we would start trying to conceive.

For some families it comes with little work and for other’s it can be a real struggle.  We fell somewhere in between but there were some products that definitely helped along the way.

Click through to see my picks for 5 must-have products to help you conceive.

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  • Thermometer 1 of 5
    Thermometer
    My thermometer was my lifeline when I was TTC. Using basal body temping I was able to accurately see when I ovulated, when implantation occurred and when a pregnancy test would come out positive.
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  • Prenatal Vitamins 2 of 5
    Prenatal Vitamins
    Prenatal vitamins are also very important when you are TTC. Getting the right amount of vitamins/minerals and key things like Folic Acid will set you up for better fertility.
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  • Dental Floss 3 of 5
    Dental Floss
    Not a product most would think about when TTC but dental floss and good dental hygiene in general helps reduce inflammation throughout the body making it easier to conceive.
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  • Taking Charge of Your Fertility 4 of 5
    Taking Charge of Your Fertility
    One of the best books available for understanding your fertility. All you need to know about BBT and tips in here.
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  • FertilityFriend.com 5 of 5
    FertilityFriend.com
    I swear by this product and still use it today to avoid pregnancy. FertilityFriend helps you keep all your data in order for basal body temping and will help predict your ovulation date, test date and pregnancy likeliness.
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:: What products did you find helpful when you were trying to conceive? ::

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