Getting Pregnant on a Budget
on Jan 26, 2013
by Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD
Many methods for increasing fertility are very expensive, extensive and are not always a guaranteed way to get pregnant. Try these ways for getting pregnant on a budget.
Couples having challenges conceiving are becoming a more commonplace topic then it once was. Certainly this isn’t a new phenomenon; rather these challenges have just become more common knowledge, along with the different options available for couples to try. Many, if not all of the more technological methods for increasing fertility are very expensive, extensive and are not always a guaranteed way to get pregnant. Thankfully there are other options for couples seeking to conceive, some of which takes patience, maybe some research and certainly some time and effort. Many couples could have financial concerns when it comes to conceiving, depending on the approach, getting pregnant alone could prove to be rather spendy. Luckily there are plenty of simple ways to get pregnant that do not involve spending a lot of money. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
First of all, stay healthy. Exercising everyday is a great practice (it doesn’t cost a penny to take a walk around the block). This will give you more energy, boost your immune and reproductive systems and make you feel great. Next, try to eat healthy. Now this may seem challenging, especially when you’re on a budget, but it is very doable, it just takes some planning. Planning healthy meals ahead of time will keep you from eating unhealthy foods out of convenience, simply because it is quick and easy to eat on the run. Instead, go to local farmers markets where fresh, healthy produce will be less expensive than in stores. Take lunches with you to work to cut back on costs, and motivate you to make something healthier. Save money and be more healthy by avoiding things such as coffee (and other caffeine products), sweets, processed foods and alcohol. Instead, be sure you are eating plenty of fruits and vegetables (again it’s less expensive from local vendors), hormone free animal products, wild caught seafood and foods with probiotics. Having a diet that is high in antioxidants helps to defend against free radicals and other harmful substances that can hinder our reproductive systems from operating optimally.
Don’t forget to drink plenty of water also! Our bodies are largely made up of water, so it is very important to be sure you drink plenty of it every day. Thankfully filtered water is inexpensive and easy to find as well.
There are also many herbs you can find specifically to help boost fertility that you could easily (and inexpensively) find in a local health store. Such as Raspberry Red Leaf, Red Clover and Dong Quai among many others for helping with female fertility. Also Astralagus, Ginseng and Saw Palmetto to name just a few that help with male fertility also.
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To summarize all this, try to be patient, make good conscious decisions about what you eat, how you live and what overall efforts you’re making to be optimally healthy for when you do get pregnant. Stay educated, chart your cycle, and research what the best times of the month and ways to conceive are. Look into helpful herbs for increasing fertility that you can find inexpensively at a local health food or vitamin store. Talk to your personal physician about what you have been trying to conceive, and what else you could be doing. Try to stay away from things such as EMF’s (Electromagnectic Fields), toxic cleaners, plastics and do not smoke, all of these have been known to in some way be detrimental to fertility levels. Being healthy and getting pregnant on a budget is possible, again, just stay educated, make good choices and know that it will happen for you, it just may take a little time and patience.
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Dr. Prabha Sahgal MD, is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and subspecialty board certified in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Dr. Sahgal holds a B.S. degree from MIT in molecular biology and currently serves on the ConceiveEasy board of directors.