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How to Increase Ovulation

on Sep 03, 2012

by Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

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How to Increase Ovulation

Ovulation is the key to getting pregnant. Find out ways to increase and boost your ovulation to give you a better chance at getting pregnant.

Women who are unable to conceive should consider increasing their ovulation, because this is one of the major causes of women’s infertility. Ovulation is a complex process during which a woman’s body goes through several changes in cervical mucus, body temperature and luteinizing hormone. The majority of treatments for female infertility are made in the area of cervical mucus. Cervical mucus represents a very important component of the conception process, helping the man’s sperm to survive inside a woman’s body until the egg is fertilized. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Women who are willing to learn more on how to increase ovulation, should take into account that a diet based on healthy vitamins and minerals is extremely important to increase the quality of their cervical mucus. Here are 4 commonly found nutrients used to increase cervical mucus.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C, for example, makes blood vessel walls stronger, speeds the healing of wounds, and fights infections. Moreover, Vitamin C is supposed to increase the amount of water in the cervical mucus. Vitamin C can be found in almost all green vegetables, red peppers and yellow fruits.

Lactobacilli

Lactobacilli are tiny organisms with an essential role in maintaining a healthy vagina. They help at creating an efficient environment for cervical mucus. Lactobacilli can be found in foods such as cheese, yogurt and milk.

Nitric Oxide

Nitric Oxide is very helpful at transporting blood to the reproductive organs. Recent studies have also proved that nitric oxide increases cervical mucus, and, therefore, can boost your ovulation.

Grapeseed Extract

Grapeseed Extract is also a very useful antioxidant which gives additional support and protection to the sperm.

If you’re having difficulty finding these all-natural products, you can also look toward vitamin supplementation to get all the nutrients necessary to increase your cervical mucus and thus, boost your ovulation. Here are 2 products which help to increase ovulation:

Fertibella Conceiveeasy

Fertibella Conceiveeasy, for example, is an amazing product based exclusively on natural supplements and as a fertility supplement, increases fluidity and production of mucus during ovulation, and also takes care of neutralizing any hostile mucus.

Evening Primrose Oil

Evening Primrose Oil (EPO) is a product based on natural herbs that is often used to increase cervical mucus quality and effectiveness and produces more fertile-quality “egg-white cervical mucus.”

All in all, there are plenty of possibilities for those women looking on ways to help them increase ovulation.

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Dr. Renee Hanton is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Dr. Hanton specializes in the endocrine causes of infertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

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  • MegHawley

    Please somebody answer me I need to know

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  • Baby_Ready1980

     Ovulation depends on a complex interplay of glands and their
    hormones, and generally occurs about two weeks before the onset of the
    menstrual period.
    Most ovulation predictor kits work by measuring the level of
    luteinising hormone (LH) in the woman’s urine – a rise in LH levels
    indicates that ovulation is imminent.
    Some women who aren’t ovulating regularly can be helped by
    reproductive technologies, including tablets and injections to trigger
    higher production of ovulatory hormones.

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  • Bradleyvolney

    i have not seen my period in a week and i took a test on the 10th and it came out negative but now my breast are sore.When should i try to test again.

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    Ovulation (when your body releases an egg) occurs once mid-way through your cycle. Cycle Day 1 begins the first day of your menstrual cycle. So, you are most likely to ovulate around Day 10-14. Begin testing for ovulation on Day 7 to insure you do not miss your ovulation and continue testing each day until you get a positive result.

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  • tiffanyania

    I have been pregnant twice I have 2 kids I got mirena and got p.i.d while I had mirena I am trying to get pregnant cuzn I just got married will the p.i.d decrease my chances of getting pregnant

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  • Judithzech

    getting pregnant is hard when you want too… 

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  • NoreenSmith

    I can’t seem to fall pregnant! I have my period which means I have eggs but every time my husband and I try to get pregnant nothing ever happens. Please help

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    Checking cervical mucus, charting basal body temperature, and using ovulation predictor kits (OPKs) are the popular ways to pinpoint when your ovulation will occur. Using OPKs is said to be the most easy method to use and fairly accurate. Pinpointing your day of ovulation, either by charting your cycle or by taking ovulation predictor kits, gives you the best chance at timing intercourse to best achieve conception.

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    FertiBella ConceiveEasy is clinically proven effective in overcoming the most common obstacles to conception. FertiBella is specifically designed to stimulate ovulation by regulating hormones and normalizing your cycle. We do recommend that you schedule a pre-conception checkup with your doctor to discuss any questions that you may have before trying to get pregnant.

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  • TeresaDuke

    I want a baby really bad my sister had used this stuff in 2009 has it changed at all as far as what is in it?? I have been taking it for little over 2 wks now and I don’t see much of change yet do I need to give it more time or am I just don’t able to do this??? Help me please

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  • loreneckhardt

    Hi! I wanted to know Fertibella pills. Is it really work for every womens?

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    About 1 out of 10 women cannot become pregnant after having PID once. After having PID three or more times, as many as 7 out of 10 women become infertile. PID can result in complications such as scarring, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, and blocked fallopian tubes; all of which can adversely affect your chances of getting pregnant. Scarring inside the fallopian tubes is permanent and can twist or block the tubes with scar tissue or fluid, leading to tubal infertility. If you are experiencing fertility problems, one of the investigations which may be offered is a minor surgical investigation called a laparoscopy, where a viewing instrument similar to a telescope is inserted through a small incision just below the navel. This gives your doctor a good look at your fallopian tubes and any scarring, blockages or adhesions.

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    It usually takes a minimum of one month of taking Fertibella for some women to see results, while other women achieve pregnancy by the fourth month. This will depend on how fast your own reproductive system reacts, for each individual is unique. Just continue taking Fertibella through the months to have a cumulative effect in the body until pregnancy is achieved.

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

     Fertibella has been proven to help women solve multiple fertility issues. It is designed to stimulate ovulation through regulating hormones and normalizing cycles. The time period for women to achieve pregnancy with the use of Fertibella usually takes one to four months, but this may still vary depending on the individual response of each woman’s reproductive system.

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  • Samy

    Hi, I m 37 and my husband is 43 , got married more then month wats a best way to get pregnant quicker.

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    Trying to conceive in your late 30′s is a bit difficult than trying to have a baby in your 20′s or early 30′s. The best thing you can do is have both you and your partner’s overall health checked to ensure that you do not have any illness that is hindering your plans of conceiving. Another way to conceive early is to have intercourse 2-3 days before ovulation as it gives the sperms cells a headstart of reaching the ovum on time because sperm can live inside your body for up to 5 days and the ovum can only survive for 24-48 hrs. You may want to use an ovulation prediction kit to help you determine when you are about to ovulate.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/kandreaparis Katherine Paris

    Hi, I’m 24 and have a 2 1/2 yr old, i had the mirena a month later after i delivered my son, 9 months ago i underwent a Hysterescopy D&C for the removal of the IUD since it got embedded toward the left side, i spent 3 months without my period and was given provera by my gyn i got my period 15 days after started taking it but been irregular ever since was given sprintec for to help me regulate since the bleeding was so heavy and for over 10 days. stopped taking my b.c. in 01/2013 my LMP was on 2/25/13 til 3/2/13 i haven’t gotten my period just tested 2 days ago and pregnancy test was negative i’m scared that i’m not ovulating or even not be able to have another baby which my husband and i want more that anything, Please Help me with yor advise. Thank You!!!

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    Since your menstrual cycles are irregular, there is a big possibility that your ovulation cycles are disrupted and this can explain why you have missed your periods. Hysteroscopy has a mild effect on your fertility, so there is still a big chance for you to conceive a child. I do recommend you to take another pregnancy test, 14 to 22 days after your last sexual intercourse to yield more reliable results.

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  • marina

    Hi, I’m 27 my periods is always off never regular and also PCOS syndrome. I was taking Provera for my periods and than Metformin +Clomid to help ovulate.. but no luck:( Doctor said that i would need something stronger some kind of shot i think it calls Triger.. Do you think this kit will help? cause it’s been 7 years already.. Let me know please.. thank you

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  • perlita

    How hard is to get pregnant when you reach the 40`S?.

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  • perlita

    What you need is relax, do some exercise, eat healthy and wait!!!

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  • BabyHopefulCece

    I heard that royal jelly can help with producing more healthy eggs. I’ll do just about anything to be able to have a baby. I am 26 and have been trying since October of 2013. Help.

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  • Angie

    We have been trying for a year and 4 months. We both got a check up and we both have good health and my left tube and ovary is clear and my endometrin is verry healthy. Though we cant figure out why we are not pregnant and I do ovulate on my own and did 3 rounds of clomid.

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