Friday, March 10, 2017

Planning On Having a Baby? These 10 Effective Tips Can Help You Get Pregnant Fast!

The desire to have children can encourage some women to make healthier lifestyle choices. They may become more conscious of the foods, beverages and drugs they put into their bodies, and may set aside time to exercise.

For women who want to optimize their fertility, taking better care of their bodies is a good first step. But what else can women do to improve their odds of having a baby?

There are those women who conceive easily and there are those who tried everything, still weren’t able to get pregnant.

Here are 10 tips that may help increase a healthy woman's chances of becoming pregnant, assuming that neither she nor her partner have a known fertility problem.

  • Start a healthy lifestyle
Prepare your body for pregnancy by eating healthy and exercising. Food that helps boost your chances of conceiving are bean sprouts, beans and milk.


  • Relax
Both you and your partner should relax and take time. Try to go on a trip – the relaxing environment will help calm down your mind, body and spirit.

  • Avoid taking caffeinated products
For women, your caffeine should be limited to up to 2 ounces per day only. For men, coffee, chocolates, soda, greatly affects the count and motility of the sperm. Let your partner know this!

  • Avoid drinking alcoholic beverages, smoking and use of medications without prescription
There is a huge risk for women trying to have a baby to develop hereditary abnormalities or worse, miscarriage. Moreover, according to some studies, drinking increases the number of abnormal sperms and decreases sperm count and lower testosterone levels. While smoking, affects sperm function.

  • Do not use vaginal lubricants
Saliva, oil and commercialized lubricants slow down the sperm.

  • Know when you ovulate
Ovulation is when the women releases the egg from the ovary. It occurs once in every menstrual cycle. Use a calendar and remember the days when you ovulate. Make love with your partner during this time for a greater possibility of conceiving. For those having irregular periods, better to consult your ob-gyne first.

  • Avoid sperm build up (for men)
If you plan to have intercourse on your most fertile period, let your partner ejaculate at least once in the days prior to your scheduled lovemaking. This reduces the buildup of dead sperm in his semen.

  • Take vitamins to increase sperm count
Vitamin C, zinc, calcium, folic acid, and vitamin D boost the number of sperm.

  • Try different s3x positions
Some people believe that finding the right position improves the chances of getting pregnant, creating a smooth travel of sperm to the egg.

  • Seek professional help
A preconception checkup is suggested to learn whether your body is ready for the baby. If not, what you and your partner should do to improve your health before start trying for a baby.

Source: Health Avenue