The Fertility Forum has several sub forums, which help get your questions answered and help us keep track of what is going on in here. Proper placement of threads within the appropriate subforum ensures that you get the right answers, so here is some guidance on what belongs where! 🙂
Trying to avoid getting pregnant, birth control options, child spacing – those threads should go here.
TTC, gearing up to TTC, questions about timing, the HPT you just took, TCOYF, charts, cervical fluid, temps, etc. – your thread should go here.
Primary or secondary, undergoing treatment, looking for natural alternatives – your thread should go here.
The main Fertility forum is for general questions about your cycle, your reproductive health, return of fertility after giving birth, etc.
If you place your question in the correct subforum, your questions are more likely to be answered and quickly. Please keep in mind that since each forum has a slightly different focus, crossposting between different areas of the Fertility forum is almost never warranted.
Also, please note that the following disclaimer applies to all sections of the Fertility forum:
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At Mothering, we focus on topics from a natural point of view. We recognize parents as experts and seek to provide truly helpful information upon which parents can make informed choices. Our discussions on the boards are about the real world of mothering and are first and foremost, for support and information.
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