How to get pregnant: 10 tips to follow

Wanting to get pregnant should spice up your life, not poison your life.  The wait is often painful since it gives rise to doubt: will I too have a child?  During this time, work as a team with your partner to increase your fertility level and successfully conceive the most wonderful baby.
How to get pregnant

  •  1. Make love often and at the right time

 The first essential in getting pregnant is, of course, to have sex, and to do it at the right time.  For women who have a stable 28-day cycle, it is relatively easy to spot the ovulation period.  Generally, it is on the 14th day.  The preceding and following four days are also suitable for fertilization, since the average lifespan of sperm is four days and that of the egg 48 hours.

 2. Use an ovulation test

 Those who do not have a regular menstrual cycle can use an ovulation test.  This is a urine test that detects an increase in luteinizing hormone, which coincides with the period of ovulation.  You can then easily target the optimal time to make love, and organize a romantic evening!

 3. Favor certain positions and aim for orgasm

 The ideal position to get pregnant does not exist, but it seems better not to have gravity against you.  For this reason, you should favor positions where you are lying on your back or on your side.

 Orgasm, on the other hand, is not linked to ovulation in any way, but it does allow more sperm to pass into the uterus, thanks to the contractions it causes.  No matter which position you choose and whether or not you achieve orgasm, the secret is probably more in enjoying it, rather than doing the act mechanically.

 4. Reduce your coffee consumption

 Some studies, including one from the University of Nevada School of Medicine, show that caffeine has a negative impact on female fertility.  Caffeine is said to cause muscle cells in the fallopian tubes to relax.  The latter's role is to transport the eggs to the uterus.  Coffee consumption would therefore interfere with their migration.  At this time, studies do not specify how much would negatively impact fertility.  Discuss this with your doctor.

 5. Avoid alcohol

 Alcohol consumption should be avoided during pregnancy, but it should also be, or at least be reduced, when a couple is trying to conceive a child.  Drinking two to three glasses of alcohol a day significantly affects fertility in both women and men.

 6. Stay away from sources of stress

 Not all stressors are negative - far from it.  However, there is a correlation between stress and infertility.  To increase the odds on your side, don't put yourself in stressful situations, or, if you can't avoid them, find ways or time to relax.

 7. Eat a balanced diet and aim for a healthy weight.

 Whether you are too thin or overweight, it has an impact on your fertility level.  Don't go on a draconian diet, or conversely, don't stuff yourself, but eat balanced meals and exercise on a daily basis.  This statement is true for both women and men.

 8. Add key foods to your menu or take supplements

 Many foods promote fertility in women, and increase the level of fertility in men.  Look to those loaded with vitamin C (oranges, peppers and broccoli), folic acid (beans and spinach) and Omega 3 (fish), which are high in zinc (crab  and oysters) and calcium and vitamin D (cheese, milk and yogurt).  Of course, if you cannot eat all of these foods on a daily basis, supplements can be combined with a good diet.

 9. Keep your man cool

 It's not about putting it in the fridge, but rather keeping it away from sources of heat.  The increased temperature of the testes decreases the quality of sperm and can even kill millions of them.  For this reason, it is recommended to avoid saunas, hot baths, wearing tight-fitting underwear or pants, and even holding a laptop computer in your lap for a long time.

 10. Don't let the years go by before deciding to conceive a baby

 There are many criteria that come into play when thinking about having a child.  We are often inclined to postpone this moment which will transform our life forever.  Of course, you have to find the right partner, be in optimal health and have some financial security, but you have to remember that a woman is at the peak of her fertility in her twenties.  Subsequently, the level of fertility slowly decreases, to drop rapidly, from the age of 35.  Men should not ignore this rule either.  Because, although they are physically capable of conceiving a child up to the age of 60-70, the quality of their sperm deteriorates over the years, which decreases their fertility, sometimes as early as the age of 40.  .

 Women are often singled out when it comes to fertility, but the equally important role of men should not be overlooked.  Procreation must necessarily be done in pairs, and also prepare for it.  So ladies, tell your spouse about it, and remember ... have sex with no war!
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