Ways to Increase Chances of Getting Pregnant

Ways to Increase Chances of Getting Pregnant

It’s so funny how women’s minds work. I don’t know about you guys, but I spent almost ten years trying as hard as I could to prevent getting pregnant. Then, I met my husband, and all of a sudden, here I was trying as hard as I could to get pregnant! Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

What a switch! It was an excruciating wait, and I wanted to do whatever I could to get pregnant as soon as possible. Well, if that sounds like you, read on. Today we are going to talk about some ways to increase your chances of getting pregnant!

Know Your Cycle

Yes, it will probably always be one of the first tips you hear about getting pregnant. Know your body. Chart Your Cycles. Get an ovulation prediction kit so you know when you are most fertile. All of these things can increase your chances. You can also pick up a fertility monitor like Clear Blue Easy over the counter at your local pharmacy. These fertility monitors and ovulation kits are super affordable and really easy to use and understand, so don’t be afraid to get one!

Have Sex BEFORE You Ovulate

Most women mistakenly assume that you need to have sex after you ovulate. This is just not true. You have to think about it this way: After you ovulate, your egg will only be able to be fertilized for around 24 hours. But, sperm can live up to five days. So, by having sex before you ovulate, you will give yourself a better chance of getting pregnant, since the sperm will definitely live longer than the egg.

Try Missionary

Missionary position is probably the best position for getting pregnant. This is because it will help to keep the sperm inside the vagina longer. Positions where the woman is on top can cause sperm to leak out. If you want to, you can elevate your hips with a pillow to tilt your pelvis back so that sperm will not leak out.

Also try to lie down on your back for at least 15 minutes after sex to allow sperm to get a head start. Yes, sexual positions are important to getting pregnant. You should also try to remain as stress free as possible, since stress hormones can really do a number on ovulation.

Make Your Body Baby Friendly

There are tons of things that you can do to prepare your body for pregnancy and make it a great place to grow a baby. Of course, one of the most obvious things that you can do is to stop smoking, avoid alcohol and stay away from any illegal drugs. You also need to try to exercise and maintain a healthy weight. Cut back on caffeine and eat a healthy diet. You can also help your body get in prime baby making shape by taking prenatal vitamins and folic acid.

Visit A Doctor

It is always a good idea to head to your doctor for a check up when you are ready to become a mom. Your doctor can give you valuable feedback and information about conceiving, and can really be a great source of help! So don’t forget to include your doctor and keep them in the loop about your plans!

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Alyssia Granger
Alyssia Granger | ConceiveEasy
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.