How to get pregnant and getting pregnant faster

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For couples everywhere who are looking to become pregnant and to get there faster, there are many things that they can do to improve the speed in which they are able to become pregnant. While fertility drugs have been shown to speed up the process greatly, there are also natural ways that can improve your chances of becoming pregnant as well.

1. Make an appointment

One of the best ways to ensure that you will become pregnant quickly is to make an appointment with your doctor before you are ever ready to conceive. Your doctor will be able to perform a general physical as well as ask questions that may inform him as to whether there are issues that might be concern. It is at this time that you will be able to ask questions that you have and to receive a prescription for prenatal vitamin. It is best to visit your doctor several months before you’re ready to become pregnant because sometimes the birth control that you are taking may take a while to leave your system.


2. Eat right and get in shape

If you are overweight, you should also make sure that you are at a healthy weight before you are ready to conceive. One of the biggest issues that couples have when comes to conceiving is related to their weight and by planning ahead you will be able to eliminate this problem. When you are going through the diet and exercise program, make sure that you keep your partner’s health in mind as well because it has also been shown that obesity in men can decrease the amount of sperm that they have and make it harder for them to produce health sperm when their partner is ready to conceive.

One-of-the-biggest-issues-that-couples-have-when-comes-to-conceiving-is-related-to-their-weightEating healthy foods can improve your weight, but they can also give you nutrients and vitamins that are necessary in regulating hormones that make it possible to ovulate properly. This will make becoming pregnant faster and easier because you will know when your most fertile and will be able to make sure that you are having intercourse during this time.

3. Track your ovulation

There is only a small window of time each month that a woman is able to become pregnant. Because of this, it is important that she knows when she is most fertile so that she is able to become pregnant faster. There are a number of tools that can help you determine when you are most fertile and they are all very simple to use. A basal thermometer is popular and offers detailed results that can help predict ovulatio precisely. You can also choose to use an ovulation predictor kit which is able to predict ovulation before even occurs. There are also some signs that your body gives off that you can watch for as well.


4. Take supplements

If you spend some time in a drugstore, you will likely find many options for over-the-counter supplements to improve your ability to become pregnant. Some of these items mimic the effects that fertility drugs have on the body but are natural and do not have the same side effects. Since they are natural options, there is no scientific proof behind the success rate and there is no guarantee that they will have any effect on you.

If-you-spend-some-time-in-a-drugstore-you-will-likely-find-many-options-for-over-the-counter-supplements-to-improve-your-ability-to-become-pregnantHowever, many people have used them in the past and most have been used for centuries to help women become pregnant faster. If you do choose to take any supplements, it is important that you talk to your doctor about how they will interact with any other medications that you may be taking.

5. Conclusion

When you are ready to become pregnant, it is common for couples to want to become pregnant quickly so that they can enjoy the excitement of becoming pregnant. While many people are able to become pregnant within the first few months, others require a longer period of time trying and may end up needing some help in the long run.

However, if you try some of these methods listed above, you will have a better chance of getting pregnant and getting pregnant faster than you would simply by leaving it up to chance. If you are planning to become pregnant in the near future, it is best to plan ahead and to begin preparing some of these items in advance so that you are able to conceive when you’re ready to.

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Dr. Karen Leham, MD

Dr. Karen Leham is double board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and in Reproductive Endocronology and Infertility. Dr. Leham completed her residency at Loyola University, followed by a fellowship at UCLA.