Planning for pregnancy

Question: Hello mam, i am trying to conceive more than 4 months.. age 27.. in previous month my period was late by 20 days then i tested my prolactin level is so high and doctor ask to take medicine.. now iam trying to conceive but not getting pregnant? What should i do mam.. plss reply

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Answer: Hi . First of all don’t loose hope, don’t be negative. All will be good. Secondly download period tracker app so that you can track your ovulation period. Ovulation period is the best to try for pregnancy as that time your body produces eggs for fertilisation. Don’t get intimate with the thought of that you are doing or trying to conceive. As it put pressure both emotionally and physically. It’s for both of you: your husband and you. Do it for love. That will definitely connect somewhere someday. Both of you maintain your health. Go for routine medical check up like thyroid, BP, HB, Sugar etc. now a days there are many labs who offers attractive packages for routine tests. Go for morning and evening walk. Have healthy diet. Fruits are must. Milk twice a day. Pulses and veggies more than chapati. Don’t have papaya and pineapple while trying to conceive. You can have folic acid tablets as it soothes the uterus and helps in maintaining pregnancy. It doesn’t have any side effects. Think positive and be optimistic. Ignore the people’s who gives you negative vibes. Don’t bother for anything. You can check your pregnancy with home pregnancy test kit at home. If that will be positive then go for urine test just to avoid false results. You will get the report with in 3-4 hours. After that start consulting gynaecologist immediately. Don’t worry you will sooner get your bundle of joy. All the very best.
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