How Important Is Drinking Water to Getting Pregnant?

on Nov 03, 2012

by Alyssia Granger

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Water is one of the most basic nutrients for all body processes, getting pregnant included. By making sure you are drinking enough water, you can help improve your chances of getting pregnant.

We all have long been told the benefits and the importance of drinking enough water and staying hydrated. Eight to ten glasses per day has always been the recommendation, and whenever something was wrong with me growing up, my mother would advise me to “drink more water”. It has always been the go-to natural cure, but the question is, can drinking water really help you to get pregnant? Today we are going to find out. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Fact about drinking enough water

The fact is, if drinking enough water is important for regular body processes and functions, you can guarantee that drinking enough water will be EVEN more important for women who are actively trying to get pregnant. First of all, your overall health is one of the most important factors in determining whether or not you will be able to get pregnant. By drinking enough water, you will improve and maintain your overall health, which is an important part of getting pregnant. Water helps your body function in all of its processes, ovulation, fertilization, and pregnancy included!

Waters helps uterus health

Water supports a ton of reproductive processes as well. By drinking enough water, you can ensure that your uterus is healthy enough for an embryo to implant. If an embryo fails to implant, it can result in a miscarriage, so it is important to do everything you can to keep your uterus healthy and ready to carry a baby should you become pregnant.

Waters helps egg health

Drinking enough water also helps to keep your body nourished and nutritionally balanced. Keeping your body healthy will ensure that in turn, your eggs are also healthy. Healthy eggs grow into health babies, so make sure to drink enough water to keep your eggs healthy also.

Waters helps cervical mucus

Drinking enough water can also help to increase your cervical mucus. Cervical mucus is very important when getting pregnant, since the cervical mucus is what the sperm attach to on their journey to the egg. Without enough cervical mucus, the sperm won’t survive and therefore won’t be able to fertilize the egg!

The bottom line

As you can see, water is one of the most basic, but also most vital, nutrients for all body processes, pregnancy included. By making sure you are drinking enough water, you can help improve your chances of getting pregnant. Plus, once you become pregnant, drinking enough water is also vital to not only your health but also the health of your unborn baby as well. So, bring on the water!

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Alyssia is mom to 2 giggley twin girls, Sophia and Emma, and son Hunter. She's a Southern girl, passionate about photography, travel and her husband Josh.

  • bradleyvolney

    I am turning 31 this year…currently I have an 8 year old…I have been on the depo shot 3 different times, I actually got pregnant with right after I came off the shot the first time. I have had cysts on my ovaries and I know sometimes that can cause issues, but currently we are trying to conceive and have been trying since December and no matter what I do, there’s no luck….and I know the less you try the more likely it is, but even more so I am not regular so I can’t really rely on a calendar to tell me when I’m ovulating…But I just know my family history and I don’t have too much longer before I will start menopause and I really want another baby before it’s too late…so any advice, any tips would be helpful….

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  • LauraDonaldson

    me and myhusband have been trying to get pregnant,for almost 1 haft year now,were trying to have a baby but no luck at all.can you please give me advice on how to get pregnant,I am having a hardest time trying to figure out how to get pregnant fast.and we have been trying our best,I have looked everything from the enternet and asking also all my friends.I have already baby with my ex she’s 12 years old now,My husband now want me to get pregnant,it possible with me now to get pregnant,im 32 now.I hope and Pray that FERTIBELLA can help me,But how can I get this product?.I’m living now in the philippine’s.And how much is that.the problem is if I can afford to buy that product,I dont have work now,BUt i know FERTIBELLA can help me,Thank you for reading my comment/

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  • Monica Scott, RN

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    Getting pregnant can be challenging for you, since you have cysts on your ovaries. For you to improve your chances of conceiving, it is best that you take fertility supplements such as Clomid and Vitex to induce your ovulation. I also recommend that you detect your ovulation date by making use of ovulation predictor kits, and have sex every other day to increase your chances of conceiving.

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  • lena

    I drink and smoke cigarette I’m ttc and its been 8long months

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  • gurst

    stop smoking and drinking, it’s not good for you or your future baby.

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  • Mrs Heatley

    37yrs old I got pregnant in 2012 and lost that baby .. it broke me and my husband hearts. I AM a Breast cancer survivor and I was on tamoxifen for 1yr I stopped it so we can have a baby. My periods stopped for 2 months and I just had a period January 2014. I want to know will this hell me get pregnant ..

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  • felisha

    I try to getting pregnancy but my last period was 1/7/15

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  • Jen

    I’ve been trying to get pregnant for over a year I do have cyst on one ovary… I have used the ovation kits before but they are really expensive .. should I go to a obgyn ? I’ve thought about it but don’t know about making another bill

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