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How To Get Pregnant Fast, Tips And Suggestions

How To Get Pregnant Fast, Tips And Suggestions
Dr. Sailaja Vuppu
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Dr. Sailaja Vuppu

All your queries on how to get pregnant fast have been answered along with some interesting pregnancy tips and suggestions in this article.

In today's scenario, planning your family smartly can be very challenging. But if you have decided to get pregnant, then these pregnancy tips on how to get pregnant fast can assist you in getting a healthy pregnancy.

The first step towards getting pregnant is to make your body fit for pregnancy. Your body is in a very different state once you get pregnant and you need to take care of your own body even before you actually conceive. It is advised to contact your healthcare provider to track your medical history to avoid any pregnancy-related risk. You should also discuss about the medications you have been taking with your doctor. If you are under some kind of medications they may potentially interfere with your reproductive health or hormones. The gynaecologist may recommend you some blood tests, tests for sexually transmitted diseases, physical exam, genetic tests and test for rubella immunity.  Here is a complete list of tips on how to get pregnant fast.

1- Get A Dental Check-Up Done:

You must get a dental checkup before conceiving as gum diseases can trigger various pregnancies related risks. For instance, a certified nurse and midwife Elizabeth stein has highlighted the importance of undergoing a dental checkup before conceiving as some of the cases of miscarriages were reported due to maternal periodontal (gum) disease.

2- Say No To Birth Control Pills:

Since marriage till the time a couple mutually agrees for making a baby, the couple may be on s birth control measures to avoid unwanted pregnancies. It is crucial for the couple to stop using birth control measures few months before you plan to get pregnant.
Most of the birth control pills are hormone based and your body may take some time to regain fertility once you stop using birth control pills.

3- Remove Intra-Uterine Devices:

In case of IUD’S, the fertility goes to normal as soon as the intrauterine device or the barrier is removed.
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In case of Depo-Provera, the impact of contraceptive is long lasting. Though its impact is supposed to deteriorate within 3 months of taking the shot but you must keep a considerable gap as advised by the doctor between the last shot and the time you want to conceive.

4- Know Your Menstrual Cycle:

If you are wondering how to get pregnant fast, it is mandatory that you know all about your body especially your menstrual cycle. Besides being sure about the dates of your period it is important to track your ovulation or fertile window. A woman with 28 eight cycle must expect her ovulation around 14 days after her last period. You can track your ovulation by either marking the days of your menstrual cycle on a calendar, using Ovulation predictor kits or by using Ela App.

5- Track Your Basal Body Temperature :

You should also keep a track of your basal body temperature daily using a basal thermometer before going to bed and as soon as you get up in the morning. A woman's body temperature is recorded to drop at the day of ovulation followed by a sudden elevation in the temperature on the next day. Your basal body temperature may be elevated till your next periods.

The easiest way to track your BBT is a fertility calculator that appears just like a pregnancy test stick and works the similar way. Moreover, if you club this device with the thermometer technique to track the temperature then the results are expected to be more accurate. You can also use fertility calculator to track your ovulation.

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Apart from its high cost, the fertility monitor not only allows you to track your LH and estrogen levels but also tells about your 6 most fertile days.

6- Have Sex Often:

It is advised to have sex on all days during the fertile window. This is due to the fact that a sperm can survive longer than an egg and an increased frequency of intercourse increases the chances of fertilization to take place. You should have sex on the day of ovulation or in the next 4 days near your ovulation.

7- Avoid Stress During Sex:

The decision of conceiving may arouse stress in either one of the partners or both. You should not feel stressed during sexual intercourse and should aim for a calm and peaceful intercourse.
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8- Don’t Worry About The Orgasm:

If you are looking for good pregnancy tips on how to get pregnant fast then it is always advised that you should not focus on the pleasure of the process while having sex to conceive. Since orgasm is not something that can help you in getting pregnant it is better not to worry about it during sexual intercourse.

9- Maintain A Healthy Lifestyle:

Smoking is injurious to health. It’s rather lethal for the eggs in your ovaries. It can adversely affect the fertility of an individual.Smoke of the cigarette may cause miscarriages, premature birth of a baby, low birth weight, and even cause Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

You should maintain a healthy diet while trying to get pregnant. Avoid an excessive intake of alcohol, caffeine and the seafood like Shrimps, Swordfish, King Mackerel etc since high mercury levels in these seafood can lower your chances of getting pregnant.

Hope this article has helped to resolve your queries on how to get pregnant fast. Follow Elawoman to get regular updates on fertility health and treatments.

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Dr. Sailaja Vuppu

About The Author

IVF & Infertility Specialist, Gynecologic Surgeon

Dr. Sailaja Vuppu

Vijayawada

Dr Sailaja Vuppu is an acclaimed Gynaecologist and Infertility Specialist in Sri Ramachandra Nagar, Vijayawada. She has completed 10 years on working as a gynaecologist and infertility specialist. Dr Sailaja Vuppu is right now practising at Rainbow Super Speciality Hospital for Women and Children. Her fields of expertise are Hysterectomy (Abdominal/Vaginal), Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI), Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and so on. Find her contact details on www.elawoman.com

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  1. Branswell, Helen (15 December 2008) Success rate climbs for in vitro fertilization. The Canadian Press.
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2 Comments

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Usha Reddy
Oct. 31, 2017, 2:14 p.m.
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One can start taking folic acid in order to get pregnant fast. It helps in providing proper nutrition to the body. One must give up binge on drinking, smoking, and drugs immediately, if one really wants to get pregnant fast.
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Rakshit Patel
Oct. 31, 2017, 12:24 p.m.
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As per research, it is found that a healthy sperm can achieve the egg in as meager as thirty minutes. Once inside the female's body, sperm can live for a few days, say for 4-5 days. Females don't get pregnant instantly in the wake of engaging in sexual relations. It will take up to 6 days for the...
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