Good Health Choices Magazine NZ


Understanding our fertility can be a confusing and unpredictable journey. We are told repeatedly as young women about the importance of using contraception to avoid unwanted pregnancy as if it is something that happens easily, but when it is finally the right time to have a baby, many women find it difficult to become pregnant naturally.

As many as one in four New Zealanders have difficulty conceiving, and while there are currently no methods or lifestyle changes that provide a perfect guarantee of an easy, natural pregnancy and a healthy baby, it does pay to know how your body changes throughout the years and what you can do to take the best care of your

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