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Chances Of Getting Pregnant
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Though it seems like getting pregnant should be the most natural thing in the world, but for many couples who may have spent years working hard NOT to get pregnant, it turns out that once they want to conceive it's just not happening as immediately as they would like. There are many things that can be done to enhance your chances of getting pregnant without having to see a medical specialist for help.
Because getting pregnant is all a matter of timing, the easiest way to get pregnant fast is to figure out exactly when you are most fertile. If you aren't familiar with the way that your cycle ties in to getting pregnant, here's what you need to know.
A woman is most fertile about half way through her menstrual cycle, usually around day fourteen or fifteen from the first day of your period. This is when your ovaries release an egg into the fallopian tubes for fertilization, and when your uterus has built up a nice, nourishing nest for a fertilized egg to implant and grow.
If you want to get pregnant fast, you need to be careful to time your intercourse so that the man's sperm is as close as possible to the just released egg. The problem with this is that even though most women do ovulate right in the middle of the cycle, you can't be sure exactly when the egg is released without monitoring your ovulation, whether with a fertility predictor kit, an ovulation predictor kit, or tracking your temperature using a basal cell thermometer.
Any of these methods can reliably predict when your most fertile time is; once you have this information, having intercourse during this period of time will increase your chances of getting pregnant dramatically over having intercourse randomly, without keeping track of ovulation.
One of the best trying to get pregnant tips that women have known for years is to pay attention to the consistency of your cervical fluid. Cervical fluid is the clear, slippery mucus that provides a sort of highway for sperm to travel on its way to your eggs.
When your body is most ready to get pregnant, this fluid becomes thinner, making
it even easier for the sperm to get to the egg quickly -
If you are dehydrated, everything in your body thickens up a bit, and this could work against you. Another tip that sounds strange but true is to eat lots of baby carrots. They are loaded with Vitamin A, and Vitamin A will increase your quantity of cervical fluid.
Finally, many women have found that dosing themselves with Robitussin, which is a cough medicine designed to thin the irritating mucus that forms in their lungs when they have a cold, will also effectively thin the cervical mucus.
Easiest Way to Get Pregnant Position
There is some argument in the medical community as to whether there is a best position to get pregnant. Some people believe that using the positions that offer the deepest penetration get the sperm closer to the egg and therefore make it easier for fertilization to take place.
Although there is no medical proof that this is true, there has been research shown that it is easier to get pregnant if the woman is not in a position that allows the sperm to leak out of her quickly.
The more sperm that stays inside of the woman after having sex, the better the chances of getting pregnant, so avoid positions where the woman is on top, or standing.
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