HSE article for Getting pregnant
Find out what vaccinations you should be up-to-date with if you're planning to get pregnant and why this is important for you and your baby's health
Advice on when you are more likely to get pregnant, what to eat, your lifestyle choices and other advice to help you to get pregnant.
Get a rough idea of when your baby might arrive based on your menstrual cycle
Age can affect your chances of getting pregnant if you are trying to have a baby. Read about fertility, the risk of complications, and when to get help.
A missed period or morning sickness are among the early signs and symptoms of pregnancy. Taking a pregnancy test is the best way to know if you're pregnant.
When and how often to have sex if you want to get pregnant, and when to speak to your GP.
Find out why you should wait until the day after your missed period before taking a pregnancy test and how to make sure you get accurate results
Healthy eating before becoming pregnant will help you adjust faster to the changes pregnancy brings.
Find out how the type of birth control you use will affect the time it takes for fertility to return to normal and what to think about before stopping contraception.
Fertility problems can affect men and women. They are sometimes called infertility. Find out what causes fertility problems and what treatments are available