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Trying to Conceive

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Itís one of the most frequently asked question that the doctors faces from new couples seeking conception. We human beings, as scientific research do reveal, are different from one another in every physical aspect. Thus our ways and complications regarding pregnancy are unique with every individual. If one requires a day to conceive the other couple may need more than a year to accomplish the same mission. According to doctors itís better, then, to concentrate on things like ovulation period, health, regular check up etc. for the best possible result. If you require some external help to conceive the other forms of treatment is there to solve every aspect of your problem.

Actually our body is extremely complex and itís quite hard to decide whatís going to affect the pregnancy and itís even harder to define a certain time of conception for every individual. Itís due to scientific research that we now know a few more than 50% get pregnant within 4 months of their unprotected intercourse. The rest scenario is like 75% get pregnant within first 8 months and one year is to make the pregnancy assured for 90% of couples. The 10% of couples trying for conception will be unable to conceive and thus they are counted as infertile couples or male and females. That infertility would sometime get cured with traditional medicine or the other forms of treatment.


Tips to help you conceive

Are you ready to have the clatter of tiny little feet grace your living room? If so, here are some tips for getting pregnant.

1. Start taking folic acid.
2. Keep sex fun when youíre trying to conceive. Improvise by utilizing several rooms in your home.
3. Lie down for at least five minutes after intercourse.
4. Make love often during your fertile period.
5. If you haven't already stopped smoking, do it now.
6. Are you a coffee drinker? Give it up or switch to decaf!
7. Set up an appointment with your doctor to review your medical history and to talk about your plans to start trying to conceive.
8. If you are taking any prescription or over-the-counter drugs, be sure to ask your doctor if it's safe for you to continue taking them once you start trying to conceive.
9. Start keeping a menstrual calendar. Note the date when your period starts, the number of days it lasts, and anything else your doctor might want to know about.
10. Don't go on a crash diet. It will affect ovulation and consequently your fertility.
11. Large doses of certain types of vitamins can be harmful to your developing baby. Switch to a prenatal vitamin before you conceive.
12. Don't eat, drink, or get out of bed before you take your temperature. Each of these activities can affect the accuracy of your reading.
13. Start an exercise program. Walking at a reasonably fast pace for 20 to 30 minutes three or more times each week will help you to develop good strength, stamina, and cardiovascular health. Before you start any exercise program, however, you should get your doctor's go-ahead.
14. Donít drink. Alcohol can cause serious problems for the baby.
15. If your partner's sperm count is low or marginal, you may be advised to have intercourse every other day to allow his sperm count to build up.

Good Luck!


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