LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Feb. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- This Valentine's Day, whether it's a couple's first go-around or they'retrying for their second or third child, it's important to combine romance with traditional conception considerations and the latest research.
"Valentine's Day is an excellent baby-making occasion, as couples turn down the stressors of trying
Below are Dr. Richard-Davis' top tips for trying to conceive and ensuring the healthiest pregnancy possible in 2018:
"If you suspect you're pregnant, but haven't yet missed your period, try First Response 'Triple Check' pregnancy kit which includes one early result test that can tell you six days before a missed period, a digital test to follow up, and a rapid result test to take on the day of your missed period," adds Dr. Richard-Davis. "The earlier you confirm a pregnancy, the sooner you can implement important behavior and lifestyle changes- like eliminating smoking or drinking."
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SOURCE Gloria Richard-Davis, MD
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