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Question: I am trying to conceive but unable from 4 months......doing regular intercourse during ovalution period.....want to get pregnant faster.... Plz suggest
Answer: Hi dear.. Unfortunately there are no quick fixes for this one. Everyone is different and there are no “old tales” that actually work, to my knowledge. What actually works is being aware of your cycle and doing your best to lead a healthy, happy stress free life.
Even after many days of your effort you don't conceive,its better to consult a doctor and get fertility tests and blood tests done for nutritional deficiencies.
And you can proceed further based on doctor's advice.
Question: am trying to concieve from 8 months pls give me any tips to get pregnant bit faster
Answer: Hello dear...
please don't stress yourself dear because stress play an important role in conceiving
If your periods are on right track, you can wait for couple of months,start tracking your ovulation date
As your periods are regular,so that you can have intercourse at ovulation time,which occurs between 11-16 days,of next period which helps to conceive soon
Drink plenty of water during ovulation period, it will increase your vaginal liquid which will helps to conceive
Have buttermilk and fresh juices on ovulation period,helps in reducing body heat,will help you in conceiving soon
Take iron rich foods like greens, vegetables,whole grain
Daily eat groundnut Chikki it will helps a lot during TTC... Personally me did this and got results
Keep your mind relaxed by hearing songs,gardening,reading books so that you won't get much tensed.
If you are so tensed it is essential to consider gynecologist advise..
Question: trying hard to conceive from the last five months but unable to conceive. pls suggest
some top tips:
1. Have sex - The most important tip!
If you have regular, unprotected sex for a year, about 84% of couples will get pregnant.
The expert advice from NICE, the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, is to have sex every two to three days throughout the month. The guidelines say you don't need to time sex to coincide with the days when a woman in ovulating.
Know your cycle
Even though the advice is regular sex throughout the month, it's important to know your cycle.
Going back to basics here, you only get a baby when a sperm meets an egg and that egg only comes usually once a month, around day 14 in your cycle.
The egg only survives for a day or two, so there's only a limited window each month during which you can actually get pregnant. It's probably around six days.
You are likely to have better quality sperm if you have sex regularly, so continue to do so throughout the month, but realise that the most fertile time is around the time of ovulation.
During ovulation some women feel a twinge of pain in one side and cervical mucus may become thin and slippery.
If you have an irregular cycle or feel you need extra help, you can buy ovulation prediction kits to help you find out when you are most fertile.
It can be an obsession with some couples to have to have sex at a certain time and this can put a lot of pressure on couples. However, it can take the fun out of sex and make some men less likely to perform.
Folic acid and a check up
Women who are thinking about getting pregnant should take a 400mcg supplement each day. Some women are advised to take a 5mg folic acid supplement each day, for example, those with coeliac disease or diabetes.
If you take folic acid when you are trying for a baby - ideally for at least 3 months before conceiving - and for the first 12 weeks of pregnancy it reduces the risk of having a baby with conditions such as spina bifida.
It's also good to have a pre-conception check up with your GP.
Be a healthy weight
If you are in a healthy weight range you have a body mass index (BMI) of between 18.5 - 24.9. NICE says women who have a BMI of more than 29 can take longer to conceive than women whose weight is in the normal range.
While there are no scientific studies on the best sexual positions for baby-making, Having sex in the 'missionary position' is best as it helps the sperm travel through the cervix (which is apparently quite a difficult journey).
You can even put a cushion under you to tilt the pelvis further - some women have a tilted uterus and this can really help.
Ensure your sperm is healthy
The boxers-versus-tight-briefs debate for men is pretty inconclusive.
There's some evidence that wearing loose boxers instead of tight pants may help a man's fertility, by keeping his testicles cool. Then again there's evidence that disproves it too.
Don't leave it too late
A woman's fertility peaks in her early twenties but these days more women are leaving it later to have a baby.
More women are holding out until their thirties and forties to start a family. Having a baby before the age of 35 improves your chances no end, but women can have babies into their 40s if they are fit and healthy and in good health.
Question: Doing Aerobics on regular basis after trying to concieve during fertile days is safe for concieving?
Lifting weight, aerobics ,exercises or physical activity is good when you are trying to conceive, it gives your body energy, make you feel good, increase your stamina for a vaginal birth.
However thr r few things which is better to be avoided when trying is;
*Cut down on high mercury fish
*Avoid Soda and store bought fruit juice
*Try to shed extra kilos and start pregnancy with a healthy weight because in pregnancy the gain is more.
*Get your Thyroid checked.
*Be stress free.
Hope this helps!