How to get pregnant: tips for women
The most important advice for a woman who wants to get pregnant is to get to know her body nature, specifically, her menstrual cycle, said Dr Swapna Chekuri, best infertility specialist and Gynaecologist at Hyderabad Women and Fertility Centre in Hyderabad.
“It’s important to know how far apart menstrual cycles, she can more accurately time intercourse to try to get pregnant
1. Record menstrual cycle frequency
A woman who wants to have a baby should monitor whether the first days of her periods tend to come the same number of days apart every month, which is considered regular. A woman’s egg is fertile for only 12 to 24 hours after its release, however, a man’s sperm can survive in a woman’s body for up to five days.
2. Monitor ovulation
Women with regular cycles ovulate about two weeks before the arrival of their periods. It’s harder to predict ovulation in women with irregular cycles, but it usually occurs 12 to 16 days before the start of her next period.
3. Have Intercourse every other day during the fertile window
The “fertile window” spans a six-day interval, the five days prior to ovulation and the day of it.
4. Maintain a healthy body weight
Being too heavy can reduce a woman’s odds of conceiving, but being too thin can make it even harder to have a baby. BMI
Research has shown that a woman who is overweight can take twice as long to become pregnant than a woman whose BMI is considered normal. And a woman who is underweight might take four times as long to conceive.
5. Take a prenatal vitamin
Doctors recommend that women who are attempting to conceive start taking a prenatal vitamin even before becoming pregnant. This way a woman can find one that’s more agreeable to her system and stay on it during pregnancy.
6. Eat healthy foods
Although there may not be a specific fertility-promoting diet, eating a variety of healthy foods can help prepare a woman’s body for pregnancy by giving her adequate stores of critical nutrients such as calcium, protein and iron. This means eating a variety of fruits and vegetables, lean protein, whole grains, dairy and healthy sources of fat.
7. Cut back on strenuous workouts
Being physically active most days of the week can help a woman’s body prepare for the demands of pregnancy and labor. But getting too much exercise or doing frequent strenuous workouts could interfere with ovulation.
Doctors see a lot of menstrual disturbances in women who exercise heavily, and a lot of times these women need to cut back on their workouts if they want to become pregnant, Pavone told Live Science.
8. Be aware of age-related fertility declines
As women get older their fertility decreases because of age-related changes in the ovaries that cause a decline in the quantity and quality of her eggs. With advancing age, there’s also an increased risk for some health problems, such as uterine fibroids, endometriosis, and blockage of the fallopian tubes, which can contribute to a loss of fertility.
9. Stop smoking and drinking habits
Smoking can lead to fertility problems in both women and men. Smoking ages a woman’s ovaries and depletes her supply of eggs prematurely
10. Know when to seek help
Both the woman and the man should consider having an infertility evaluation if the woman is 35 or older and has not become pregnant after six months of having intercourse regularly without using birth control
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