Some women face some delays in getting pregnant. Most often it is normal, and there is no need for any medical intervention. In this article, I will share the most important medical tips and advice for getting pregnant faster.
1- Quit smoking
Smoking is harmful to overall physical health, and reproductive health. Therefore, the couple must cease smoking completely while trying to conceive. Smoking includes cigarettes, hookah, and all types of vape and electronic cigarettes.
Regular exercise is essential for your health, and it has a positive impact on men’s and women’s fertility. Thus, it is essential for a couple trying to conceive to exercise regularly.
3- Consume a healthy diet
It is very important to follow a healthy diet and avoid processed harmful food that causes weight gain. Consume healthy foods with your husband for better health and fertility.
4- Drink enough water
Water is the essence of life, so it is only normal to consume enough water for more robust reproductive health.
5- Take supplements
Supplements and vitamins recommended by doctors have a positive impact on your overall health and your fertility and reproductive health.
6- Know your ovulation days
Ovulation days are different from one woman to another, they are affected by certain conditions like polycystic ovaries. Consult your doctors for better tracking your ovulation while trying to conceive. You can also use one of the many available smartphone apps, to track your ovulation.
7- Visit a fertility specialist
While you are trying to get pregnant, I recommend you visit a fertility specialist. This is important, especially for older women, or those who suffer from certain conditions that might affect fertility, such as polycystic ovaries, endometriosis, and weak ovarian reserve. This visit should be a couple’s visit where both man and wife undergo a thorough evaluation based on tests and assessments. This assessment is followed by a suitable treatment plan, which is not necessarily IVF, it can be ovarian stimulation, artificial insemination, or ICSI.
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