How To Get Fertile
How To Get Pregnant: Boost Your Fertility Naturally – Learn How To Get Pregnant Fast
Many women trying to conceive wonder “how to get pregnant”. There are various factors to consider when trying to get pregnant that can significantly increase your chances of getting pregnant and these are your mental state, lifestyle and ovulation period. Infact a recent study shows that: 25% of couples conceive in the first month of trying 60% of couples trying to get pregnant successfully conceive within six months. 75% of couples get pregnant within nine months80% get pregnant within a year. And finally, some 90% of couples within a year-and-a-half!
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If it important to know when you ovulate. Symptoms of ovulations are increase in vaginal discharge, which changes from white, creamy or non- existent to clear, stretchy and slippery when you ovulate. Also, you may notice other signs such as tender breasts, mild abdominal pain, slightly increased body temperature. All women’s cycles are different and can vary individually from month to month. However, ovulation usually occurs 10-16 days prior to your next period.
Having a healthy diet is another important factor. Eating your 5 daily servings of fruits and vegetables will not only help you maintain your weight but it will also give you your balanced intake of vitamins. Vitamins are a great way of keeping your body healthy and prepared for pregnancy. Also, having an optimal weight, so not being overweight or underweight.
Smoking decreases your ability to get pregnant. Research has shown it reduces the number of eggs in a woman’s ovaries. Drinking an occasional glass of alcohol shouldn’t cause any major problems in terms of your ability to conceive. The problems occur if you binge drink or are an alcoholic, as excessive amounts of alcohol can cut your fertility by 50%.
People often say: “Just relax, and it will happen” and, though this can be insulting and extremely frustrating, there is a grain of truth to it as mental health factors can also affect your odds of getting pregnant. So low stress levels mean better female and male natural fertility. Try to relax when trying to conceive, couples may often become more stressed rather than enjoy the intimacy which leads to frustration. There are great and simple relaxation exercises that you and your partner can do, such as Yoga or Pilates.
Don’t despair if you don’t get pregnant the first few months or more and remind yourself of the statistics regarding how long it takes most people to conceive.
aand remember to always have a positive mind set and be determined!
Frequently Asked Questions
How possible is it to get pregnant from precum?
this woman claims she only had sex once on her fertile day and precum got inside her, then they used a condom. is it possible for her to be pregnant and if so is she lying about the father? What are the chances to have a baby through precum?
She could get pregnant 100% from pre-ejaculate. Chances are as high as with regular ejaculate.
How early can I take a pregnancy test?
I had unprotected sex on the 8th and I’m 19 and it was during my fertile phase. I am already having light cramping on and off and my boobies are really sore. It feels like how I feel when I could be starting my period [has felt that way all week] but it’s a different feeling in a way [like i can’t feel my period coming and I can always tell if it is PMS. Doesn’t feel like PMS. It is a bit hard to describe it.]. Would it be too early to test? I should be about 4 weeks along if I am. I was wanting to get a test Saturday [it’d be about a few days before my period is due], but I would like an accurate result. Thank you for your responses!
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What is the difference between ovulation days and fertile days?
I know this may sound dumb but what is the difference between your ovulation days and your fertile days. When I plug all my info into a fertility calendar it tells me my fertile days and my ovulation day. Should egg to be released from ovary to get pregnant? if so then how come chances of getting pregnnat a few days before yor ovulation is high as well? If not then how sperm gets into ovary? Im kinda confused.
You release an egg on one day (your ovulation day). However, sperm can live inside of you for up to 72 hours. If you have sex a day or two before you ovulate there can still be live sperm to fertilise the egg when it is released. It takes a couple of days for the egg to make it’s way out of your body so you can still get pregnant those few days after your ovulation day. So from the 2-3 days before and after ovulation you can get pregnant.Hope that makes sense.
How long after ovulation cramps am I fertile and can try to conceive?
How long after ovulation cramps am i fertile and ready to try for a baby? When do i need to have intercourse during that time? How long does it last & Are cramps an indication that ovulation is going to take place or Is taking place, or already did take place?Please help? I been trying to conceive for 3 years and i want to get it right this time? THANKS
I would say 24-48 hrs after the egg gets released. I would do the deed every other day to give him time to build up his sperm.Good luck and lots of baby dust to you!
How fertile could I be on the last week of my first depo shot?
I had the depo shot done for the first time 3 months ago and was told if i wanted the next set to come back between October 22-November 3. I have decided to not get the shot as it caused so many migraines, but I have had unprotected sex in this past week. So, how fertile could I be on this last week ? What are the chances of being pregnant.
It takes a long time, even if you get the shot once. I got my shot twice, was supposed to go back in August, I am JUST NOW getting my cycle back. It really sucks if you change your mind for trying to conceive quickly, but excellent birth control.