Trying to Conceive
Starting a family can be a very exciting time in a woman's life. If you are planning to get pregnant, make sure you tell your care provider. The health of the mother affects pregnancy, so practicing healthy habits before you even become pregnant will benefit you and your baby. Check with your care provider about what you can do to ensure the healthiest pregnancy possible by taking such measures as eating a nutritionally-balanced diet, getting adequate exercise, taking a prenatal vitamin, and avoiding alcohol and tobacco.
Family Planning & Infertility
Denver Health offers low-cost family planning services at various locations across the Denver metro area. If you are hoping to get pregnant and have not been able to, tell your Denver Health provider. Although Denver Health does not offer fertility specialists, the care providers can discuss with you the options that may be available.
- In vitro fertilization
- Infertility in men
- Infertility in women
- Ovulation calculator
Denver Health offers free pregnancy testing services at various locations across the Denver metro area.
- Home and clinic pregnancy tests
- Pregnancy due date calculator