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Easy Ways to Get Pregnant
on Feb 06, 2012
by Valerie Wisniewski, RN
So you want to get pregnant? Find out the top easy ways to get pregnant quickly, from knowing when you ovulate to helping up sperm counts to having fun.
This may seem like an odd topic to pursue but some women do not know when to have intercourse in order to get pregnant quickly. There is really only a handful of ways to make this happen quicker. Below is a list of the easiest ways to become pregnant quickly. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
Set this up with your doctor when you have decided that you are ready to conceive a child. This is kind of a no-brainer but you might be surprised at how many females do not think this is an important move to make. This is actually the best move to make first; getting mommy healthy before baby can “occupy” mommy. Your doctor may put you on prenatal vitamins, clear up any infections with antibiotics, or even recommend a nice healthy diet.
DUH! However, what I mean by this is to have it more frequently, if you are only performing this action once a week, pick things up. Try once every other day or once a day. At this pace during your ovulation you will have a higher chance of getting pregnant. Prior to your ovulation pick up the pace, once a day or more!
If you begin months ahead of time knowing that you “want” to have a baby soon after, begin to chart your cycle. This makes it easier for you to know when you ovulate. When you ovulate this is the best time to get pregnant, eggs are passing through the fallopian tubes and ready for fertilization.
Sperm count and speed are really important when it comes to conception. Be sure your spouse is doing all he can in order to have a lot of quick sperm to “hit the target” so to speak. There are things he should not wear, just as there are foods he should not consume, and others that help boost the sperm.
There have been studies that suggest your body and the stress you are under are directly linked. Your stress level can cause hormonal imbalances which changes your menstrual cycle, thus changing the time frame of your ovulation; or completely skipping a month all together. Try to let the small things roll away, do not panic over everything, odds are you cannot fix it all anyway.
Be as extremely patient as you possibly can be, it is highly unlikely that you will start out trying and then five weeks later be pregnant. If you are patient with the process you will be less stressed about it overall.
And my personal favorite…
This is something that really was probably passed down as an old wives tale, but in my opinion, it is the best piece of advice that I ever received when trying to conceive my oldest child. As well as the best piece of advice I gave a friend of mine when she and her husband were having troubles conceiving. She did not have luck with treatments or any medication at all. Instead, she charted her cycle for three months, learned when she ovulated, then spent a month not actively trying due to new jobs for her and her husband; their first weekend off work together in six weeks they took off on a mini vacation and thoroughly enjoyed themselves without any worries. Six short weeks later she called with the exciting news and a big “thank you” for telling her to relax and enjoy herself. Now my God Son is a happy healthy one year old. In theory, having fun relaxes your body, kills stress, and makes it possible for your eggs to pass easily and conception to happen more naturally.
Above are just a few of the ways to become pregnant, be sure to speak to your doctor before making any life changing decisions.
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Ms. Wisniewski has over 15 years experience as a labor and delivery nurse, having also worked previously as a nurse midwife in the Philippines and India. She enjoys empowering women and providing family centered care to women from all cultural and educational backgrounds.