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How to Get Pregnant Fast - Follow These Simple Tips

Today there are so many women struggling to fall pregnant (I know because I'm one of them) and so I've searched around for the best tips I know to help you speed up the process to having a baby. So keep reading so I can show you how to get pregnant fast.

Now I'm going to assume that you don't have any medical reasons why you can't conceive such as blocked tubes or endometriosis (if you are unsure it's worth getting checked out by your doctor).

But if you are like me and the doctors can't find anything wrong with you or your partner then here are some tips to help you conceive much faster.

1. Get Healthy

First off you need to make sure that you are as healthy as can be. That means eating good food, including lots of healthy fruits and vegetables and lean proteins. This goes for your partner as well - since you want to make sure that his sperm is also strong and healthy.

2. Exercise

Next you need to do some exercise. I know, I hate exercise too - but just walking for half an hour day will help you to get pregnant fast because it increases your circulation. You need good circulation if you want all those reproductive hormones to function correctly.

3. Drink Water

Drinking water also helps increase your metabolism and circulation and can help balance your hormones.

4. Determine Your Ovulation Day

Now that you are in good shape it's time to determine your ovulation day. I'm not going to go into too much detail about that here (if you have been trying to fall pregnant for any length of time I'm sure you know how to determine your ovulation day).

5. Love Making

So now you need to have sex around your ovulation day including the day prior, the day of and the day after to make sure you catch that egg. Try and enjoy intercourse as studies have shown that women who have an easier time falling pregnant have a healthy and enjoyable sex life.

6. Relax

And finally just relax. I know, I hate it when people tell me to 'just relax' too - sometimes I want to just smack them, but stress hormones can interfere with fertility so try deep breathing, yoga or other relaxation techniques. At the very least it will keep you sane during this already stressful time.

5 Fertility Tips to Get Pregnant

Here are my top 5 fertility tips that you can do today to improve your chances of conceiving a baby.

Fertility Tip #5 – Keep the Sperm Cool.

Get your partner to wear loose underwear like boxer shorts and avoid hot showers or baths. Sperm can be damaged if they get too hot and so to keep them healthy it’s best to keep them cool.

Fertility Tip #4 – Skip the Coffee
It seems that caffeine makes it harder to fall pregnant and in a study in 2003 it was found that women who drank 2 or more cups of coffee per day took longer to fall pregnant than those that didn’t drink at all.

If you can’t give up your daily coffee, then switch to decaffeinated.

Fertility Tip #3 – Quit the cigarettes
We already know that smoking can damage an unborn fetus, but know it’s clear that smoking can also reduce your chances of success when trying to fall pregnant. And it applies to your partner as well. For your health and the future health of your baby, quit today.

Fertility Tip #2 – Take Vitamin B6
Vitamin B6 is known to balance the hormones and improve your luteal phase (in case you have a problem in that area). In fact some women swear that Vitamin B6 was enough to get them pregnant when they had failed for months before taking it.

Fertility Tip #1 – Know your Ovulation Day

A woman is most fertile on her ovulation day, but knowing this day is tricky. Charting your menstrual cycles by taking your temperature with a body basal thermometer is one way to find out when you ovulate and better understand your cycles. You should aim to have intercourse starting five days before you ovulate right up to and past one day after your ovulate to give yourself the best chances of catching the egg.

By knowing these methods of getting pregnant you have a much better chance to know how to fall pregnant fast rather than just relying on luck.


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