Don’ts if You Want to Get Pregnant

Don'ts if You Want to Get Pregnant

Trying to get pregnant isn’t always that easy. In fact, many couples struggle for months at a time before they are able to conceive. Some even need the assistance of their doctor before they are able to become pregnant. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

However, there are always some things that you can do to increase your chances of becoming pregnant. Along with this, there are specific things you will need to avoid when you are trying to become pregnant. Take a look at the items below to get an idea on the things that will keep you from getting pregnant.

Your Diet

When you are trying to conceive, you should always eat a healthy diet. A diet filled with fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat dairy and healthy protein is the best option for women who are trying to conceive. Have a list of fertile foods and make sure to include them in your diet.

 

However, women who consume lots of junk food, processed foods and caffeine will struggle significantly when they are trying to conceive. This type of food will make your body unhealthy, which will also affect your reproductive system.

Exercise

You should also make sure you are exercising regularly when you are trying to conceive. This is something that can help you get in shape and improve your circulation. When your circulation is flowing correctly, this could mean that your ovaries are able to produce healthy eggs and that your hormones are in balance.

On the flip side, women who do not exercise or eat the right foods could find that they are overweight. Women in this situation tend to have a hard time ovulating regularly. Plus, when they do ovulate, it is possible that their ovaries are not able to produce healthy eggs like they need to in order for the woman to conceive.

Tracking Ovulation

Finally, you will definitely not want to avoid tracking your ovulation cycle when you are trying to get pregnant. When you do this, you are able to know exactly when you are ovulating so that you can have intercourse during that specific time. If you don’t track your ovulation cycle, you will be simply guessing at your cycle and could miss the right time.

Tracking your ovulation cycle is very simple, but you must do it on a daily basis. You can use either a basal thermometer or an ovulation predictor kit each morning to accomplish this goal and learn when you are ovulating each month.

These are all things you will want to avoid when you are trying to conceive. You should also talk to your doctor to get some specific advice regarding what you need to do to get pregnant quickly. Your doctor will be able to assess your specific medical history and determine what might be holding you back from becoming pregnant.

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Dr. Christine Lee, MD
Dr. Christine Lee, MD | ConceiveEasy
Dr. Christine Lee earned her Ph.D. in Developmental Biology and Master of Science in Biomolecular Organization. Dr. Lee is Lab Director for ConceiveEasy and is board certified as a High Complexity Laboratory Director (HCLD).