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Tips For Getting Pregnant
My name is Neville Pettersson and I am the webmaster and chief editor of this website. I’m happily married with 2 kids
For women who are considering getting pregnant, or who have been trying to get pregnant for a while but have not yet found success, the abundance of information available in bookstores and on the Internet can set your head swimming. It seems like just about everywhere you look when you are searching for information there is somebody who is promising success, or who says they have the secret to getting pregnant quickly and easily.
The answers that are available, and that people say are miracle cures, range from
acupuncture, Chinese herbal treatments, stress relief, exercise -
Rebecca Van De Pervard is a registered nurse in Australia, and she got very concerned when she saw the low quality of some of the information that is on the market. She took it upon herself to take her years of experience and medical training and put it in writing so that she could help the women who are looking for answers.
Wondering where the questions were coming from, she went online and searched for books and articles on how to get pregnant, and found herself amazed at what she found. Although she admits that there is certainly some good medical information, she was upset to find how many programs were available that were written by people who had no medical background at all. The more closely she looked, the more she found advice that she felt was incorrect, including tips on using specific positions to get pregnant, eating certain foods, and about the frequency of intercourse. Knowing what works and what does not, she decided that she would put together a comprehensive program that would provide women with exactly the information that they need, without the things that were unproven. That program is available online on her website, in a book called How to Get Pregnant in 90 Days.
The How to Get Pregnant Ebook is designed to be a straightforward source of valuable information for women who are trying to get pregnant. Whether you are just starting your pregnancy journey or have been trying for a while with no luck, it will tell you how to prepare your body for pregnancy, what the best vitamins are for you to be taking, and how to track your ovulatory cycle so that you know when the best time is to try to get pregnant.
Most women who follow the advice they find in the book are able to conceive within 90 days, and the book actually comes with a money back guarantee for those who feel that the program hasn't provided what it says it will.
The program costs just thirty nine dollars, and for that price you not only receive the downloadable ebook, but also bonuses including membership to a support forum of other women who are using the program, a tracking chart so you can methodically chart your cycle, and the ability to receive updates as more information is added to the program.
Rebecca Van De Paverd is a licensed nurse who specializes in women's health and reproductive issues. A while back, Rebecca noticed that a lot of her patients who were trying to get pregnant were asking her opinion about fertility practices and tips that seemed a little suspect to her. Continued below…
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