A Guide to Conception

For some women, conception comes quickly and sometimes even unexpectedly.  But for others, it may take a little a while.  It is therefore important to understand the conception process in order to prepare your body for this amazing journey

Preparing for Conception

As the New Year begins, is your biggest plan to finally get pregnant and welcome a new ‘bambino’ to your family? Preparing for conception...

The ABCs of Ovulation

Ovulation is the most fertile period of your menstrual cycle. It is the development and release of the egg (Ovum) from your ovaries. This...

Getting pregnant after a miscarriage

Losing a baby through a miscarriage is often traumatizing for most women regardless of the duration of the pregnancy. It is common to find...

Reproductive System

Female Reproductive System A woman has reproductive organs both inside and outside her body. All the organs play a role in the reproductive process which...

Second pregnancy: How soon should you conceive?

Becoming a mum is usually exciting for many women in Kenya as they learn to care for a newborn and eventually a toddler. At...

Fertilization and Implantation

Once the egg is released from the ovary (ovulation), it can live for about 24 hours. Once sperm move up the female reproductive tract...

Hormonal Contraceptive Methods

Hormonal Contraceptive Methods prevent pregnancy by interfering with ovulation, fertilization, and/or implantation of the fertilized egg. Oral Contraceptives — Combined pill (“The pill”) The pill contains the...

Second pregnancy: How soon should you conceive?

Becoming a mum is usually exciting for many women in Kenya as they learn to care for a newborn and eventually a toddler. At...

Implantable Devices – Birth Control Methods

These are devices that are inserted into the body and left in place for a few years. Implantable Rod This is a matchstick-size, flexible rod that...
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