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Tricks to Become pregnant : Naturally Conceive a Child With These Few Helpful hints

getting pregnant can be considered as one of the stressful times in a woman’s life. Who would have thought that with all the issues regarding population explosion, many couples are currently faced with infertility problems? Many couples start to worry when even after a year of trying to conceive, positive results have not been obtained. This prompts them to seek far and wide for ideas to conceive.

Although there are no hard and fast rules on successfully conceiving, one of the ways to augment the success rate is to modify one’s lifestyle to make sure that your body is conditioned to provide the environment for successful impregnation. Among the tricks to become pregnant include the following rights:

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    Has anyone ever tried to conceive a child multiple times and continually failed?
    I’m writing an article for a local newspaper, and the discussion involves what happens when a couple has tried many times to conceive a child and is unable to do so. Men and women – would you mind writing your thoughts if you’ve had this kind of experience?

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    • ANSWER:
      We have been ttc for 5 years. I finally did get pregnant in March 08 but miscarried in May. We began trying again after a month, and still not pregnant. I have not used any drugs such as clomid because of the risks they carry. My mother had ovarian and cervical cancer, I don’t think it would be a fantastic idea to increase my chances anymore. It has been extremely hard for me throughout this process. My husband is very strong and supportive and helps me stay positive. We have an extremely good relationship, and will be great parents when the time comes. We have been married for 9 years. We know we can get pregnant on our own because it has happened, but just not sure how to make it happen again!?

  2. QUESTION:
    How long did it take you to conceive each child?
    I conceived my first child in the first month.

    I doubt I will be so lucky next time – how long did it take to conceive your babies? Was there a big difference between conception duration from child to child?

    • ANSWER:
      Everyone is different. I have been trying with my husband for almost 5 years. I finally found Vitex an herb to help regulate a woman’s cycle and I started taking it about 1 week before I was supposed to ovulate. I am now 10 weeks and 2 days preggo. It worked the first time I tried it. If you are having difficulties ttc it doesn’t hurt to try. Its from the Chaste Tree. You can find it at any vitamin store. I bought my bottle for 4.50 (much cheaper than all other treatments out there that are not natural).

      Good luck

  3. QUESTION:
    Is it okay to conceive a child just to save a child?
    Imagine your child had leukemia and needed a bone marrow transplant, but you couldn’t find any donors that matched your child. Would you then conceive another child with the possibility of it being a donor?
    What if the child wasn’t a match, would you have an abortion and try again?
    Consider your options, and whether or not it is ethical.
    I want to know your opinions.

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  4. QUESTION:
    Is it smart to conceive a child while in law school?
    If all goes well, I should be starting law school in Sept. ’07. I’m 29 and he’s 31. I would love to conceive children while I am still young. Do you think we will have a rough time raising our first child while I am in school and he, in a busy career?

    • ANSWER:
      As a practicing lawyer who survived law school, I would say that you are headed for rough waters trying to have a first child while also going to law school. Remember that at many law schools, the first year can be tough enough to weed out up to a quarter or so of the entering class (horror stories say one in three, but that is unusually high). Then you have the stress of a first child, which is one of the most demanding tasks you will ever face. And you have to maintain your marriage (you do want to stay with your spouse, right?). Not an ideal combo!

      Sometimes you have to pick your priorities; you can’t always have it all. Like the story of the dog with two bones, you can end up in a pickle if you try to grab too much at one time. If you want a child, you must be ready to make sacrifices. And big ones. Not just now, but for the next two decades or so. If you are not ready for that, hold off.

      Remember that after the child is born, it doesn’t get any easier. And law jobs tend to require significant time input. It sounds like you and your husband need to sit down and have a serious discussion about this and your priorities as a couple.

  5. QUESTION:
    Will God forgive those whom conceive a child out of marriage?
    If a male and female conceive a child out of marriage, will God forgive them?

    To repent of this, do they just have to get married?

    • ANSWER:
      “Repent” means to turn away from sin and turn toward God so you CANNOT continue to sin.





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