Trying To Get Pregnant

Trying To Get Pregnant

Are you and your partner planning to start a family? Do you need information on how to increase your chances of getting pregnant naturally? Getting pregnant can be a lot of fun and sometimes can be tricky

When trying to get pregnant, you need to know your ovulation day and your fertile days since these are the only days in a cycle when conception is possible. Focusing on them to have your sexual intercourse can result to pregnancy.

There are certain signals when you are about to ovulate that you should carefully take note of
Changes in cervical mucus: When the ovulation is approaching, the cervical mucus increases in volume and becomes more slippery to make it easier for sperm to swim through.
Increase your basal body temperature is another way of knowing when you are ovulating. ovulation usually cause a slight increase in temperature and it is typically less than 1 degree. By simply using a basal thermometer to monitor your temperature each morning before getting out of bed, take note of the readings on a graph paper to know the time there is a change in temperature.

Feeling frisky: Here, there is increase in your Libido right around the time you ovulate.
Tender breast: Your breast at this period becomes tender in the run up of ovulation as a result of the presence of the pregnancy hormones.

In addition to this, getting an ovulation predictor kit which test your urine for the surge in hormones that occurs before ovulation is another way of knowing your most fertile period.

Trying to get pregnant is not a process that a woman alone undergoes because there must have to be a man for the sexual intercourse to take place. So, the man should equally be involved to increase the chance of conception. To give room to this conception, the man and the woman both have to give up.

Smoking: Smoking while trying to get pregnant reduces the chance of conception. Beside that, it causes miscarriage and increases the risk of lung cancer.

Alcohol intake can adversely affect the fertility of both couples and can also cause damage to an unborn child. In women, alcohol increases the risk of spontaneous abortion and impaired fetal growth. Alcohol causes ovulatory dysfunctions as well and lowers the male sperm count. Any couple who are trying to get pregnant, should avoid alcohol completely.

More so, couples trying to get pregnant, should avoid avoid caffeine because lowers your fertility, can cause miscarriages, birth defects and can worsen pregnancy symptoms.

To further increase their chances of getting pregnant, couples are encouraged to always eat right. Avoid junk and highly processed foods and drink lots of water to help in flushing out toxins from the body.

Trying To Get Pregnant

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