How Can I Get Pregnant Fast?
When a woman decides she wants to get pregnant, she often wants it to happen fast. As we all know, the best way to make something happen is to make a plan, and then go after it. Read on for your best plan to getting pregnant fast.
The best way to get pregnant is to know when your fertile days are. Otherwise, you are searching for a needle in a haystack. Women don’t always understand that there are only 4-5 days during each month when it is physically possible to get pregnant. After a woman ovulates, the egg only lives for 12-48 hours at the most.
That is why it is so important to know when you are going to be ovulating. You can download software and apps that help to track your fertility, or you can get an over the counter ovulation predictor kit. You can also chart your basal body temperature or make note of your cervical mucus in order to figure out when you are ovulating.
Once you know when your fertile days are, make sure to have sex during your fertile days. Some couples choose to have sex the day before they expect ovulation to occur, in order to give the sperm a “head start”.
Other couples choose to have sex on ovulation day only. Other couples choose to have sex every second day during ovulation week. Still other couples try to make ovulation week a marathon and have sex multiple times a day during ovulation week.
If you are trying to get pregnant, you should do whatever you can to give your fertility a little boost. For some women, this means eating a healthy diet and taking prenatal vitamins. Other women choose to exercise and try to lose weight.
Some women like to take a fertility blend like Conceive Easy. Most women choose to cut their caffeine intake and alcohol consumption, as well as drop their smoking habit while they are trying to conceive.
Seeing a doctor before you begin trying to conceive is also a great idea. You can talk about your family history with your doctor, and he or she may be able to do some blood tests and a physical as well. He or she may be able to give you some tips on getting pregnant faster.
Don’t forget, also, that if you are under 35 and have been trying to conceive for over a year, that it is time to go back to your doctor again. Same thing goes for trying to conceive for more than six months if you are over 35.
Ms. Ledoux began her career as an ObGyn nurse practitioner prior to becoming a practicing midwife in the Santa Cruz community. Working together with ObGyn physicians in her own practice, she has over 20 years experience in women's health, pregnancy and childbirth.
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