Trouble getting Pregnant after 6 months






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Many women are very concerned about how long it will take them to get pregnant. It doesn’t always happen as quickly or as easily as we think it should. However, doctors say that you shouldn’t worry about anything until you have been trying to get pregnant for one full year with no success, if you are under 35.

If you are over 35, however, you should only wait six months before you see a doctor about not being able to get pregnant. So, what should you do in the meantime? There are lots of things that you can do to improve your fertility and make getting pregnant easier.

Women and health, anxious Asian girl looking at pregnancy test kit, sitting on ground at homeProbably the most important thing that you can do to improve your chances of getting pregnant is to track your cycles and find out when you are most fertile. You can use a basal body thermometer to track your temperatures, and look for the spike right before ovulation. You can also learn how to track your cervical mucus.

Probably the easiest way to track your ovulation is to purchase an over the counter ovulation predictor kit, which you can use each day until you see when you are ovulating. Taking a prenatal vitamin, getting plenty of sleep, eating a healthy diet, and getting plenty of exercise are all ways to make sure that your fertility is at peak shape.

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  • george W

    my sons wife is 35 years old and I was diagnosed with poor ovarian reserve and very bad prognosis of having a baby with my own eggs. I was even given the option to consider donor eggs. That was around july 2014. I was absolutely devastated with the news and I arranged an IVF for November 2014 and it failed also, given that I had nothing to lose, I contacted on facebook (Oduduwa Ajakaye) and he send me his herbal product,. Believe it or not… I am already pregnant!