Factors Behind TTC Infertility & Natural Remedies for your TTC Journey


When a couple decides to grow a family, they usually remove any “pregnancy prevention” from their bedroom activities.

Strangely enough, there’s a difference between this type of “trying to get pregnant” and TTC (trying to conceive) infertility.

TTC is an acronym for “trying to conceive.”

Let’s Start With the Basics: What Does “TTC” Mean?

Labeling someone infertile might seem like a finite diagnosis, but in reality, there are still ways to get pregnant.

Is a BFP (Big Fat Positive) Possible if You’re Dealing with Infertility?

Any TTC journey will have a diverse collection of twists and turns as infertility is merely an umbrella term, not a specific diagnosis.

What Factors Could Lead to Someone Being TTC?

1. Advanced Age

Statistics show that by the time a person turns 40, there’s only a 1-in-10 chance she’ll get pregnant each menstrual cycle.

2. PCOS Infertility

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that causes irregular periods and increased male hormone levels. It affects up to 12% of the women in the United States.

Whether you use these methods on their own or in addition to various fertility treatments, you might find these techniques helpful. We sure hope so!

Natural Solutions for Your TTC Journey

1. Decrease Your Caffeine and Alcohol Intake

Studies show people who drink during their menstrual cycle are 50% less likely to get pregnant.

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