And what to do if it's out of whack.
Bye bye guesswork.
"Doctors told me I might have trouble conceiving—but my body had other plans."
Researchers say we're seriously overestimating our ability to fall pregnant later in life.
Pencil this in.
It's pretty worrying.
You might notice these in the first one to six weeks.
And experts say it’s fairly common experience.
Team WH investigates.
"It makes people wonder what's the point of being here."
Plus the ones that definitely won't.
But the jury's still out.
According to an expert.
Because you're not alone.
Well, this is concerning.
And we’re officially confused.
It's time to seperate fact from fiction.
According to new research.
Here's everything you need to know.
You might want to sip with caution.
Hint: The answer might surprise you.
Some of these might surprise you.
“How could I possibly continue to do that?”