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How To Get Pregnant:
Tips To Get Pregnant
Tip #1: Get To Know Your Cycle
Your ovulation period is typically the best time to get
pregnant. Timing your ovulation cycle just right can help you
know the best time to have intercourse to conceive a child.
Tip #2: Stop using any of the contraceptive methods
As soon as you make up your mind to get pregnant. Do not expect
that you will get pregnant immediately after quitting the
contraceptive method. It takes time before your body is ready
for fertilization. If you are taking contraceptives stop that as
it will take at least 9-10 months before you actually get
Tip #3: Baby-making and Your Sex Life
One mistake couples make is not having enough sexual
intercourse. To make sure sperm is in your fallopian tube at all
times, you should have intercourse once every 48 hours.
Afterwards, lay in bed for a few minutes so the sperm can enter
Tip #4: Lead A Healthy Lifestyle
Avoid abusing drugs, cigarettes, or drinking alcohol. Give up
bad health habits today, and you'll increase the odds of not
only having a child, but having a HEALTHY child free of disease
and complications later on during your term.
Tip #5: Let the sperms move
Do not visit washroom immediately after having sex. You must
remain in bed for at least 5 minutes after sex. Allow sperms
enough time to fertilize.
Tip#6: Using Herbal Medicines
It's popular belief pharmaceutical drugs are best for curing
your conceiving problems, but it's not true.
The truth is, with natural medicines at work, not only will you
conceive faster, but you'll conceive healthier without any
unbearable side-effects .The herbal medicines that can be used
for increasing the sperm count and erections are HIMALAYAN
NIAGRA & KINGCOBRA respectively.
Best Positions To Get Pregnant:1.
The missionary position. Or man-on-top is said to be the
position that's best for getting pregnant. This is because this
particular position allows for the deepest possible penetration,
making it possible for the sperm to get deposited closest to the
2. Raise the hips. Elevating the hips, which can be
done by placing a pillow behind her, can also be helpful because
this exposes the female cervix to as much semen as the male can
3. Doggy-style. The rear-entry position where the man
enters the woman from behind is also a recommended position. In
this position, sperm is also deposited closest to the cervix,
thereby helping increase the chances of conception.
4. Side-by-side. You can also try having intercourse
while lying side by side. This position likewise causes the most
exposure of the cervix to the male sperm.
Best Time To Get Pregnant:The period of
time between ovulation and the first day of the menstrual period
is known as the 'Luteal Phase' sometimes referred to as the
'Post Ovulation Time'. The length of the luteal phase is fixed
and in the majority of women lasts for exactly 14 days. This
number can vary with some women having a luteal phase of 15 or
16 days and others as short as 12 days, but, whatever the length
of your luteal phase, it is always constant being the same
number of days long, month in - month out... even if you have
irregular periods. If you do have an irregular cycle then the
'irregular' part of the cycle is the first part up to ovulation.
Once ovulation has occurred then your period will start exactly
14 days later (or however many days long your luteal phase is)
unless of course fertilization has occurred.
What is the optimum moment for fertilization to occur?
Obviously this should be around the time of ovulation. The ovum
will survive for a period of 12 hours or so in which it is
capable of being fertilized. Ideally, fresh sperm should be
inside the female body prior to ovulation so when this occurs
fertilization can happen. The sperm can last for 3 or more days
inside the woman's body, considerably more time than the fertile
window of maybe 12 hours that the ovum has.
The secret to getting pregnant fast is to know your body. To
learn what phase you are in and to predict as closely as
possible when you will ovulate so that intercourse may be
performed as close to this time as possible. Don't forget that
lovemaking too often can reduce the virility of sperm and reduce
the sperm count.
For women who have regular cycles, the time of ovulation can be
quite accurately predicted.presuming that your 'luteal phase' is
14 days long (the most normal) then ovulation will occur
sometime between days 11 and 14 of the cycle with day 1 being
the first day of bleeding of your period.
If you have irregular periods then you can take a note of your
cycles of the past few months and try to estimate an average
length of period. You can then use the method above, it
will be a little less accurate but will still give you a good
idea as to when you should be ovulating. If lovemaking is
undertaken once every 2 days or so then there should be sperm
present inside you ready for when you ovulate.
A valuable method for getting to know your cycle and observing
your body is by using the BBT method (Basal Body Temperature).
To do this you need to use a special BBT thermometer which can
be easily obtained. The thermometer is calibrated to show
fractions of degrees. The method consists of taking your vaginal
temperature every morning upon waking. The temperature is
plotted daily on a graph. A notable rise in temperature occurs
at the time of ovulation. By using this method you will be able
to know exactly when you are ovulating and therefore be aware of
the tell tale signs (such as subtle aches and sensations in the
abdominal region) that accompany ovulation. You will also be
able to calculate the exact length of your 'luteal phase' and
note how it does not vary from month to month even if your
periods are extremely irregular,
You can also confirm ovulation is occurring by observing the
texture of your vaginal mucus. This generally has a thick
texture which when seen under a microscope appears to consist of
a mesh of fibers. As the hormones in your body change at the
time of ovulation, so too does the texture of the mucus. It
becomes clearer and thinner. When this is viewed under the
microscope it appears that all of the fibers are parallel. This
actually aids the sperm along their way to the ovum by means of
capillary action, sucking up the sperm thus facilitating
fertilization. The mucus remains like this for a period of two
or three days - The ideal time for fertilization.
If you can combine all of the ideas noted here then it should
help you to get to know your body and the rhythm of your monthly
cycle facilitating the prediction of your exact ovulation time.