How to Get Pregnant Naturally- American Pregnancy Association
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It is possible that your provider may want to forego or alter the medications you are taking to help increase your chances of conception and having a healthy pregnancy. Additionally, eating healthy, well-balanced meals, along with ensuring daily consumption of certain nutrients and vitamins, is directly related to your health and wellness. You can learn more about the calendar method, cervical mucus, and basal body temperatures in the article, Fertility Awareness.
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While exercising during pregnancy is an essential step towards a healthy you, it is more important you are not doing anything counter-productive for fertility and healthy pregnancy. It is imperative you remove any unhealthy habits or practices that limit or decrease your physical health. You may also want to talk to your healthcare provider regarding any prescription medication you are taking. Some medications are harmful to take during pregnancy. It is possible that your provider may want to forego or alter the medications you are taking to help increase your chances of conception and having a healthy pregnancy. Additionally, eating healthy, well-balanced meals, along with ensuring daily consumption of certain nutrients and vitamins, is directly related to your health and wellness. Check out our article on preconception nutrition and health for men and women for other helpful ideas. If you have a regular cycle that occurs every twenty-eight to thirty-two days, you should be able to track your ovulation using the calendar method. This is simply recording the first day of your last menstrual period on the calendar and finding the corresponding next menstrual period day. Once you have that, you can count back eight to eighteen days and know that ovulation will occur on one of those days. With an average 28 day cycle, ovulation will occur on one day between the 11th and 21st cycle days (29-day cycle, 12-22 days; 30-day cycle, 13-23 days; and so on). A second way to track ovulation is through monitoring the changes in your cervical mucus. As you get closer to ovulation, your mucus will become wetter, more slippery, and stretchier. IT is often compared to egg whites. Ovulation is directly related to this change and the day that you notice the most of this egg white discharge is the day you are expected to ovulate. You can also use a basal thermometer to track your basal body temperature. Your basal body temperature will spike right after ovulation. These techniques for tracking your ovulation naturally are part of a family planning method called fertility awareness or natural family planning (NFP). You can learn more about the calendar method, cervical mucus, and basal body temperatures in the article, Fertility Awareness. timing Intercourse Some people try to time sex so that it is during or right before ovulation. While this can work, there is a better approach to your sex schedule for those trying to conceive. If you have a regular cycle occurring every 28 to 32 days, then you should be able to leverage a typical fertility window for planning sex. For the above mentioned regular cycles, you should know ovulation typically occurs between day eleven and day twenty-one of your cycle. What most people don’t know is sperm can live inside you from two to five days following intercourse. You can use our free Ovulation Calendar to help identify your fertility window. The best chances for conception occur if the sperm (semen) is already inside waiting for the egg to be released. To maximize your efforts to try to conceive based on this information here is how to approach your sex schedule and increase your efforts to conceive. count out ten days from the first day of your last menstrual period. Have sex this day and then every other day, for the next ten days. Having sex every other day helps ensure you have healthy mature sperm delivered with each intercourse. This schedule will place semen inside waiting for the egg to be released, while also adding sperm during ovulation. This free text article has been written automatically with the Text Generator Software https://www.artikelschreiber.com/en/ - Try it for yourself!