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When we started trying to conceive, I started searching high and low for information. And of course, there is so much information on the internet that it overwhelmed me. I started reading articles, lots and lots of them. And I realized that I am not retaining most of what I am reading. I am a very visual person, I remember information when they are presented with visual illustrations. That’s when I found out about infographics. Infographics are more engaging, educational and entertaining. It simplifies information and makes them easy to remember. I fell in love with infographics and until now I still use them. They are my go-to for quick reference.
Below is the list of resources containing infographics that I refer to during this trying to conceive journey.
This article talks about the most common cause of infertility in men, which is low sperm count. This also discusses some weird and wonderful conception tips. It also focuses on the vitamins and food needed to increase sperm count.
This is a colorful infographic illustrates tips for female and emphasizes the importance of prepping the body 3 months before.
A mother and dietitian at Reproductive Medicine Associates (RMA) of New York, a fertility clinic, share her tips on boosting fertility.
Fertility diet tips from a research conducted by Nurses Health Study.
This infographic focuses on the food to eat and what to avoid.
This infographic lists 1O tips that will improve chances of getting pregnant.
This infographic focuses on the chemical, toxins and environmental hazards that can be harmful to the mother-to-be and to the baby.
This infographic enumerates 20 helpful tips when trying to get pregnant.
This infographic illustrates the science behind conception.
In order to realize our dream to become a mother, we are willing to try anything that will help us achieve this dream. Although the tips shared by the authors of the above resources are claimed to be tried and tested, it is still best to consult your doctor when in doubt.
Any thoughts on these resources?