How to Become More Fertile






VN:F [1.9.16_1159]
Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast)

If you are looking to become pregnant, there are many things that you can do to help give yourself a better chance of being fertile. This can be an exciting time in your life so you may find it difficult to stick to the planning process, but if you want to become pregnant quickly, these steps are essential.

1. Schedule a Preconception Appointment

Your doctor will be able to offer tons of advice when you are trying to get pregnant

Your doctor will be able to offer tons of advice when you are trying to get pregnant. He will be able to perform a simple exam to see if there are any medical issues that you should be aware of and will probably prescribe you a prenatal vitamin to begin taking. You should also ask about how long it will take for your birth control to be removed from your system, because some certain brands take longer than others. This is a good time to learn more about what to expect and the different ways that you can help get pregnant faster.

2. Lose some weight

Lost and Gained weight If you are overweight or obese, you will find it helpful to begin losing weight. It is now known that one of the leading causes of fertility issues is related to weight. Because of this, it is important that you are at a healthy weight when you are planning to become pregnant. This will also help you to maintain a healthy pregnancy and will give you fewer chances of having health issues in relation to your weight.

3. Begin eating a healthy diet

Eat a Healthy Diet Everyone knows that you should eat healthy when you are pregnant. However, it is also important to eat healthy when you are trying to maintain a healthy fertility. Many healthy foods contain nutrients and vitamins that your body needs to help make you more fertile. These vitamins and minerals are also very important when you are pregnant and can help your baby grow strong and healthy.

4. Drink lots of water

drink-lots-of-water-during-workout Water is important when you are trying to get pregnant because it will keep you hydrated. Hydration is important because it will help your cervical mucus be plentiful and healthy and will promote your fertility. By having healthy cervical mucus, sperm have a better chance of reaching your egg and fertilizing it.

5. Avoid Unhealthy Habits

avoid-harmful-things-like-tobacco-alcohol-and-drugs If you have a habit, such as drinking alcohol, smoking or using drugs, now is the best time to stop. You will need to abstain from these activities while you are pregnant and you will be much better off by ending the practice early. However, these items have also been shown to affect your fertility negatively as well. It is best to stay away from these items while you are trying to conceive and after you have become pregnant.

6. Avoid drinking caffeine

Although moderate amounts of caffeine are ok Although moderate amounts of caffeine are ok, it is best that you stay away from it while you are trying to get pregnant. Large amounts of caffeine have been shown to affect fertility in a bad way and may cause you to have difficulties in getting pregnant and remaining fertile.

7. Remove the stress from your life

One of the leading causes of people struggling to get pregnant is stress One of the leading causes of people struggling to get pregnant is stress. There are a number of ways that you can try and relax yourself and now is a good time to learn some of the tricks. If you find that your job is too stressful, try switching to a new job before you are ready to have kids. If this is not possible, try some techniques on your own, such as massage, acupuncture or meditation.

8. Know your body

One of the most important pieces in keeping fertile, is knowing the signs that your body gives you when there is an issue. Learn how to monitor your ovulation cycle and be sure to keep a watchful eye on your cervical mucus. If you do find that something is out of place, a visit to your doctor may be necessary. basal-body-thermometer2

9. Conclusion

When you are looking to become pregnant, it is important that you adhere to as many of the steps listed above as possible. Although many women are able to get pregnant at the drop of a hat, many others have difficulties and are required to plan more. contact-your-doctor-for-assistance   It is also important to note that if you have been struggling to get pregnant for over a year, you should see your doctor. If you are over the age of 35, you should see your doctor after 6 months of trying without becoming pregnant.

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.