How Can I Get Pregnant Faster

How Can I Get Pregnant Faster

Getting pregnant is not as easy as you may think. Some women are lucky enough to conceive a baby as soon as they stop using contraception, but for others it becomes a chore. “How can I get pregnant faster?” is a question that millions of women ask. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Researchers show that around 85% of the couples will conceive within the first year of trying after they stopped using contraception, while the others will do it in the second. Here you will find three tips to help you get pregnant faster.

Find out when you ovulate

If you know when you ovulate, which is when you release an egg from your ovary, then the job is almost halfway done. Most women release the egg once a month during each menstrual cycle, thus there are only a few days a month when intercourse can lead to pregnancy.

The women that have a regular 28 days cycle have to count 14 days starting from the first day of their period to determine the ovulation date. There are many methods to determine when you ovulate, that are more exact than the calendar method, from ovulation predictor kits to fertility monitors to charting your basal body temperatures.

Have intercourse often

Once you figure out when you ovulate, you should have sex on your most fertile days, meaning from the first five days before ovulation through the ovulation day. If you do not have a regular cycle and you are not sure when you will be fertile, you should try to conceive a baby the old way, which is to have sex as often as you can. Aim for every other day, that way, the sperm will have time to build up again in your partner before giving it your next shot.

Do not use lubricants

You should avoid as much as you can any stimuli used for increasing the pleasure and, if possible, even basic lubricants. If sex is painful and you must use a lubricant, try canola oil, as it does not interfere with sperm vitality and mobility. Moreover, it is important not to douche as it can upset the natural balance of your vagina, interfering with the environment needed for your body to have the egg fertilized.

Additionally, you should start making a few changes in your life after deciding you want to have a baby. Smoking has to be avoided by you and your partner as it is responsible for low sperm counts. Everybody knows it is difficult to keep striving if the methods used do not work, but these tips will help you answer the question “How can I get pregnant faster?” and following them will ensure you get pregnant in no time.

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Maureen Stephens, BS, RN
Maureen Stephens, BS, RN | ConceiveEasy
Ms. Stephens has spent over twenty years in the healthcare world, specializing in obstretical and medical/surgical nursing. She joined ConceiveEasy as she has a strong interest in educating and empowering women and promoting fertility awareness.