Get Pregnant Fast
There are many tips for helping a woman get pregnant sooner, especially if she has been using birth control for a long time or if you haven’t had much luck so far in conceiving. Having children can be not only extremely exciting but also a lot of fun as they do fill your life with a sort of adventure. This is why so many people look forward to getting pregnant and having children, and doing so as quickly as possible is generally the goal as the anticipation can be a lot to bare when you have been trying so hard for so long.
I recommend first checking out the Pregnancy Approach.
The first tip to getting pregnant sooner is to stop taking your birth control about 2 to 3 months before you begin trying to get pregnant. This will allow you to get your body through a few cycles as well as prime your body appropriately for pregnancy. You will also find that this can help allow the birth control to fully leave your system and prevent you from having problems conceiving while you are actually trying for your little one. Another amazing tip to getting pregnant faster is simply taking care of yourself and maintaining not only a healthy weight but also a healthy lifestyle. Part of this healthy lifestyle includes eating right, quitting smoking, avoiding lube, keeping track of your cycle as well as your ovulation, and timing sex with your partner the day before, during, and after ovulation for the best possible chance of becoming pregnant. Another helpful tip to help ensure pregnancy is to lie on your back immediately after sex as it will allow the sperm to travel quicker to the egg. It is also said that while lying on your back you should elevate your legs to provide optimal assistance to the sperm so the egg will become fertilized faster, also allowing you to get pregnant faster. Finally, ensure to keep plenty of tests on hand for not only your ovulation but also pregnancy tests as well and avoid testing too early as even the ‘early result’ tests can provide a false positive.
It is important that while you try to conceive that you not only have fun creating your little bundle of joy but that you avoid stressing while trying to conceive. Stress can make it harder to get pregnant and is not good to helping you stay healthy. Good luck in your goal to get pregnant faster.
Timing is really the key part to making sure that you successfully conceive. But what else can you do to ensure your success in starting or expanding your family?
Here are a few key tips to helping you along the process while following the recommended Pregnancy Approach.
Know Your Cycle
Knowing your menstrual cycle, fertility dates, and ovulation dates is a key factor when you’re trying to conceive. Trying to conceive on your ovulation date is your best chance at succeeding, but it is also possible to conceive on your fertility dates because sperm can stay alive for 3 to 5 days inside of the vagina. The window between the last day of your period and your ovulation date is your best chance at getting pregnant.
Get a Checkup
Going to the doctor before you start trying to conceive can be very helpful. Your doctor can make sure that you are in the clear to have kids and he/she can point you in the direction of a prenatal vitamin that could help aid the conceiving process. They can also give you a better idea on when to try to conceive.
Don’t Do Anything after Sex
Have you ever heard the myth that if you want to get pregnant you should lay in bed with your feet in the air for 15 minutes? It’s not true. However, you should try to lay in bed for at least 15 minutes after intercourse in order to allow time for the sperm to reach the cervix. Going to the bathroom during this time or even standing up at all could cause the sperm to move away from the cervix and out of your body rather than towards and into the cervix.
Don’t Have Sex Everyday
Having sex everyday may seem like it would help to increase your chances of getting pregnant, but in reality it really doesn’t. It is recommended that you have intercourse every other day around your ovulation date. Yes, it is possible to get pregnant even after your ovulation date. Everyone is different but the typical time frame is about a day after ovulation that the egg is still able to be fertilized.
Maintain a Healthy Lifestyle
Exercising is a great way to help stay in shape, but make sure that you don’t go overboard. Exercising too much can affect your menstrual cycle. Not only can it cause your period to be messed up but it also causes your ovulation and fertility dates to shorten.
Stop smoking. Not only is smoking bad for your health and puts you, and others, at risk of cancer it also decreases fertility in both men and women. Keep this in mind if you or your partner smokes and you are trying to have a baby.
If you and your partner are trying to start a family of your own or expand on your family keep these tips in mind and be sure to stay in touch with your doctor when trying to conceive.