How to get pregnant fast: easy tips to conceive fast

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a step by step plan for getting pregnant faster

Step 1. Pre-conceptual health check-up.

Step 2. Figure out your ovulation cycle.

Step 3. Ovulation predictor kit.

Step 4. Timing it right. At the time of ovulation.

Step 5. Best positions for getting pregnant.

Step 6. Frequency of intercourse during ovulation.

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Preconception health

It’s very important to check whether your body is ready for pregnancy or not. If you get pregnant when your body isn’t ready, then you might face few complications during pregnancy.

Read our previous post about preconception health for details.

 

figure out your ovulation cycle

Know about your menstrual cycle. It helps you know when you’re ovulating to get pregnant faster.

Ovulation is the time when your body releases the egg. so, it’s the best time to get pregnant.  The first day of your menstrual period is considered day one. For a 28 day menstrual cycle, the highest chance that you would start to ovulate is on Day 14.

You can calculate your ovulation time by deducting 14 from your average cycle period. If your average cycle period is of 26 days, then (26-14=12) day 12 would be your day of ovulation.

 

ovulation predictor kit

These kits are similar to a urine pregnancy test.  Start taking ovulation predictor kits to test a few days earlier of your predicted ovulation time as mentioned above.

If your estimated ovulation time is on day 14 of your cycle, then start testing from day 10 or 11.

Buy enough OP kits of different brands and test twice a day from one day before the estimated ovulation day (day 13 if your predicted day is on 14) to know the ovulation time more accurately.

Timing of intercourse

Start trying every other night from day 8 of your cycle. Ejaculated sperm can live inside the uterus from 1 to 5 days. That’s why you need to try it before your ovulation time also.

For a 28 days cycle, counting from the first day you bled. Try on 8th, 10th, 12th…

When the test from OP kit turns positive, begin trying every night starting that night for three nights in a row.

Positions

There are a lot of myths about positions, to have a greater chance of getting pregnant. Some of these recommend different positions of keeping the hips elevated after sex for some time.

Others claim that if the woman orgasms, chances of conception is more likely. Unfortunately, there are no scientific-based studies that support these claims.

Check the lubricant you are using. Some lubricant products decrease sperm viability and motility

Don’t overdo it

Trying too often can actually do harm than good. Do not try every night all month. You will get exhausted and sore and your mucus – both for fertility and for lubrication will dry up. And you will stop trying too early in the month and you may miss an important day. Every other night is enough, with three nights in a row, when the test turns positive. 

If you have already tried the above-mentioned methods and not being able to conceive for long, then you should watch this video. They have some proven methods that even worked on women above 50. 

 

It can be challenging when pregnancy doesn’t happen right away, but try to be patient. This is normal. It doesn’t mean that it’ll never happen for you.

Try to keep up the baby-making fun, be adventurous, and stay relaxed.

Following the above-mentioned steps can help you get pregnant fast. It will increase your chances of getting that positive result you’ve been waiting for.

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Preconception health to avoid birth complications.

preconception health to avoid birth complicationsIt’s very important to check whether your body is ready for pregnancy or not. If you get pregnant when your body isn’t ready, then you might face few complications during pregnancy.

 

If you’re planning to get pregnant, being on a healthy, balanced diet would help you stay fit throughout pregnancy and it would also be good for the health of your baby.

  • Eat starchy foods like rice, bread, potatoes, pasta.
  • Eat fruits and vegetables.
  • Fiber is also good, so eat oats, beans, peas, lentils.
  • Overeating is not required. Normal 2,000 calories are good enough.
  • Don’t skip breakfast.
  • Avoid foods such as fried foods, pastry, biscuits, pies, and cakes that contain saturated bad fats.

pre-conception supplements

If you are preparing your body for pregnancy, eating a healthy well-balanced diet would do the job. You can also go for prenatal vitamins. Consult your doctor first if you have any medical condition

Usually folic acid is the only extra supplement doctors recommend for pregnancy.

 

Prepare in advance for these common conditions that can cause complications during pregnancy:

  • Anemia
  • Diabetes.
  • High blood pressure.
  • Infections.

 

Anemia

Anemia means that you have a lower-than-normal number of red blood cells in your body. A hemoglobin (Hb) 11 g/dL or hematocrit of <33% can be considered okay. If you have anemia, you may feel more tired and weak than usual, and you may have pale skin. Taking a well-balanced diet is very important if you are anemic. You can also go for supplements of iron and folic acid before your pregnancy.

After pregnancy, it’s not easy to treat anemia. As normal pregnancy increases iron requirement by 2–3 fold and folate requirement by 10–20 fold. So, having a good diet after pregnancy may help but won’t increase your hemoglobin much because of the increased iron and folate requirement by the body. Also, iron supplements can cause nausea and vomiting to pregnants suffering from anemia. Severe anemia during pregnancy increases your risk of premature birth, having a low birth weight baby and postpartum depression.

There are various treatments for anemia during pregnancy, like intravenous iron therapy, blood transfusion etc. But…as they say…precaution is better than cure.

So, check your hemoglobin level (RBC) before trying to get pregnant. The hemoglobin level should be at least 11g/dL when you get pregnant

High Blood Pressure

There is a higher risk of having complications, like preeclampsia, if you have high blood pressure. The risk of premature birth or preterm delivery is higher. It also increases the risk of having a baby who’s small. 

Making simple lifestyle changes. Such as getting more exercise and eating a more balanced diet. It can help prevent high blood pressure.

Do the followings to keep down your blood pressure:

  • Drinking plenty of water
  • Lower your salt intake
  • Eating a healthy balanced diet
  • Avoiding processed foods
  • Exercise regularly
  • Stop smoking cigarettes
  • Quit alcohol and illegal drugs.
  • Don’t stress

Also, check your blood pressure regularly.

 

Diabetes:

Gestational diabetes may affect your pregnancy and the baby’s health. It’s because of high blood sugar

To control gestational diabetes, eat a well-balanced diet, and exercise regularly. When you control your blood sugar, you can keep you and your baby healthy and prevent complications.

 

Infections:

Complications can also occur because of infections (such as bacterial, viral, parasitic)

It can be harmful to both the mother and the baby. So it’s important to treat it right away. Some common examples of infections include:

  1. A yeast infection.
  2. Influenza.
  3. A urinary tract infection.
  4. Bacterial vaginosis.
  5. Hepatitis B virus.
  6. Zika virus.
  7. Toxoplasmosis, which is an infection caused by a parasite found in cat feces, soil, and raw meat.

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