Well!! if you are planning for a baby and searching on the internet for Tips on Trying to get Pregnant fast or dealing with infertility then there are certain Lifestyle changes necessary to make in your routine for a safe Pregnancy and giving birth to a healthy child. Failure to conceive may result from an improper diet, undue stress, the use of drugs like alcohol and nicotine, men are equally responsible so even their lifetsyle change is important.
“Start Detoxing slowly, meditation everyday for maybe 4-5 minutes, drink lots and lots of water, go gently with your exercise routine. You can even start taking some natural brands pre-natal vitamins like I did, sometimes its difficult to get all the minerals from the food itself especially for vegetarians. You can also get a genetic carrier screening” . Check for these Early signs of pregnancy.
Track your Cycle
When trying to get pregnant naturally, the most important factor is to understand the menstrual cycle and the timing of ovulation, which leads to the optimum chances of getting Pregnant.
Keep a calendar. Keeping a calendar to chart the days is an easy and effective method to determine the right time to have sexual intercourse. There are apps which helped me a lot Ovuline or Fertility Friend developed by Harvard scientist which helps you to keep track of your period and also share few tips on trying to get pregnant.
You can even check for Over the counter Ovulation tests to take the guess work out and to track the hormone levels and know when the ovaries will be releasing eggs.
Food to Avoid when trying to get Pregnant
“Diet plays a vital role when trying to get pregnant so there are certain foods which I avoided completely even before planning for pregnancy like Frozen food, all kinds of fish, soy products, unpasteurized dairy products, cut down on caffeine and completely avoid alcohol.”
Food to eat to Boost Fertility
There certain foods to boost Fertility and help to get pregnant Like Brown rice, Whole milk, Eggs, Olive oil and milk or curd or green vegetables like Broccoli.While eggs help to provide Vitamin D, Broccoli are Vitamin C enriched.Whole milk contains some good amount of calcium which is great for reproductive health and brown rice helps to increase ovulation.
If you are not psychologically ready for the baby your mind sends signals to your body which does not help you in getting pregnant so handling emotional stress is important.
Physical Stress is a huge issue for most people these days. We live in a busy, fast-paced world. Most of us are frazzled and feel stretched too thin. This tends to be especially true of women. But stress is not good for our minds, bodies, or spirits and can wreak havoc on our health. Stress is particularly deadly when it comes to fertility.
The Primary reason for infertility is “STRESS“.Yoga helps to prepare your body in a healthy way for conception.There is a special type of Yoga called the Fertility Yoga and its benefits are
Increases blood flow to the uterus
Enhance the Immune system
Increases blood flow to the reproductive organs
Reduces mental stress
What is Infertility?
Infertility may be broadly defined as the inability to get pregnant after trying for at least one year without using any birth control.If you are under 35 and have been trying for more than a year, you may see a gynaecologist get necessary fertility investigations done.
“While 80% percent of people achieve during the first year there are around 10% who achieve in the second year only the rest 10% have infertility chances.”
Will I ever get pregnant?
Its completely natural to feel devastated and defeated if you have been trying for a long time but know these thoughts are normal. Embrace them but let them go before they add on to the unwanted stress. Work on things you can like exercise, diet and implement any or all of these tips on Trying to get pregnant.
“Trust the rest will fall into place in its own time.”
Going Gluten free for three months helped me.Did you take any steps to increase fertility before successfully becoming pregnant? Share with us in the comments below and help the other great mamas out here.
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