Pregnancy After Abortion

Pregnancy After Abortion There is a variety of reasons as to why women undergo abortions. The most common one however, is ‘unwanted pregnancy. That decision oftentimes cause emotional distress and feelings of guilt. Some women may find comfort by talking to family members, counselors, or friends. And some women are just oblivious and don’t really think about it that much, if at all. They feel they have made the right choice.

There are a lot of post-abortion myths circulating, such as the inability to get pregnant after performing the abortion etc. Basically, abortion is a much more dangerous procedure compared than childbirth, it can have emotional and physical effects, as well as one of the risk factor for breast cancer.

In reality, those myths are inaccurate. Fact is that having an abortion DOES NOT increase the likelihood of a woman to develop breast cancer or any type of cancer; such is the data from the National Cancer Institute.
So it’s clear now that pregnant after abortion is very much possible. But you still need to perform checkups and some other medical or natural treatment. If you want to learn more you can click here or watch the video below. When you have learned the facts, you should not be to afraid try for pregnancy after abortion.


How to Conceive a Baby Girl

How to conceive a Baby Girl

How to conceive a Baby Girl

No doubt that some people dream to conceive a baby girl. In truth, although there is a way to naturally determine the sex of your baby, not many people are aware of this. That’s why you need to familiarize yourself with how you can conceive a baby girl.

The most important factor in gender determination is timing. Sperm carrying boy chromosome are faster but less durable than the girl sperm. So the closer the distance the boy sperm needs to traverse to reach the cervix, the less likely it is to conceive a girl. If you avoid deep penetration, however, you could prevent the boy sperm from reaching and fertilizing the egg.

More sex can also help you in avoiding conceiving a baby boy, because this will reduce your partner’s sperm count. This means there are less fast-swimming boy sperm available to join the race for fertilization. What we eat daily also affects gender determination. For more information you can watch this video below.