I Want to Get Pregnant Now

I Want to Get Pregnant Now

Before trying to improve the ways that could get you pregnant, such as making love to your partner every night, optimizing the methods used for conceiving, or using an ovulation predictor kit or fertility calculator, you need to make sure that you have certain requirements checked. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Check your health

There is nothing more troublesome for conceiving than a non-healthy body. Take some blood samples and do some other tests as well, in order to see if you have any disease that could stop you from becoming a mother. Untreated STDs also take their toll on a woman’s body, and can cause serious difficulties in getting pregnant.

Also, if you are very overweight, it would not hurt to lose those extra pounds. This applies the other way around too, so if you are excessively thin, make sure to gain some weight, to be suitable for carrying a baby. And of course, you should quit smoking and drinking alcohol, and rely on a healthy diet and plenty of fertility-friendly workouts.

Discontinue birth control

If you have ever used birth control pills, now is the best time to stop taking them. This might seem too obvious, but trust us, some women have been taking these pills for so long that taking them has become almost an unconscious action. However, do not interrupt these pills without seeing your doctor first. When you go to your gynecologist, or to any doctor that deals with fertility issues, ask him/her about discontinuing the birth control. In some cases, the doctor could say to wait a few months until trying to conceive, and in others, he or she could tell you to get started right away. It all depends on your overall health status, age and the interval in which you took birth control pills.

Think positively

Positive thinking is very important for a woman that wants to get pregnant. Instead of repeating to yourself, day after day, “I want to get pregnant,” getting stressed out because it does not happen, you should focus on having a life full of joy and laughter. Statistics say that only 38% of couples conceive during their first month of trying, so do not get disappointed if it does not happen overnight.

For some women, getting pregnant does not happen as quickly as they would like, but it eventually will, as long as the couple does not suffer from serious infertility problems. So when you’re looking to get pregnant fast, remember that good things come to those who wait.

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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.