Conceive, which recently relaunched its website ConceiveOnline.com, is excited to present the new MyConceive social networking site for women to connect, make friends, and share similar TTC (trying-to-conceive) and getting-pregnant experiences.
Whether thinking about getting pregnant or already in full trying mode, MyConceive is the ideal spot to link up with others and provide encouragement, share thoughts, give advice, and discuss progress. Upon joining MyConceive, members can create a profile, update their status, upload photos, post comments, invite friends, create groups, and get exclusive access to the MyConceive Forum community. The forum allows users a secure space for discussing issues like fertility and infertility, in vitro fertilization, third-party reproduction, and medical conditions.
"I am so excited to provide the new MyConceive community to anyone seeking to start a family," says Kim Hahn, founder of Conceive. "We want to educate and celebrate the journey to parenthood, as well as empower women to share their stories and support each other through this experience."
Users can sign up for a free MyConceive account at www.ConceiveOnline.com/MyConceive . The service provides support to the many women and couples trying to get pregnant, like Susan Quinzi, whose blog "My Nest, Someone Else's Eggs" is featured on Conceive's site. "When I started trying to conceive, I thought it would be easy," says Quinzi. "Talking with friends and family, the only advice I got was, 'Just relax; it will happen.' As most women know, that's the last thing you want to hear. MyConceive is a great place to talk with other women who are also on the path to pregnancy."
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