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Tips On Trying To Get Pregnant-6 Tips To Help You Get Pregnant!

Updated on May 1, 2011

6 Tips To Help You Get Pregnant!

There are a lot of different things that you can do to increase your odds of getting pregnant. Here is a list of tips on trying to get pregnant that you'll find useful and bring you that much nearer too holding that newborn baby in your arms. You are not alone numerous couples are having difficulty conceiving. And some have been trying for 6 months to a year with no results.

Once you have chosen to begin a family, both you and your partner should make sure you both get a complete health checkup. Your physician can then advise what changes are required in your lifestyle and diet, to step-up your chances of getting pregnant, and as well of having a healthy pregnancy.

Here are six tips to help you get pregnant.

>>> Have more sex in the morning...The sperm are at their peak count and ready to take a swim!

>>> Have sex utilizing the missionary position...This will permit the sperm to be placed nearer to your cervix and eagerly waiting egg. You should try the rocking chair position just prior to ejaculation for an extra supercharge of sperm. Your man will love this!

>>> Consume lots of vegetables...Especially green leafy ones. Start having an folic acid supplement daily.

>>> If you're a little overweight or underweight it could cause troubles. Determine your perfect weight and try to get near to it. This isn't the time to be dieting! If you do become pregnant [GREAT] don't cut down on food or start cutting out meals as your weight gains. Both you and your unborn baby require the calories and nutrition you'll receive from eating a healthy diet.

>>> You shouldn't eat seafood like swordfish, shark, king mackerel or tile-fish. These specific, long-living sea going fish accumulate mercury contamination as they eat smaller fish. If you eat these fish, the mercury could build-up in you and be given to your baby. It's better to avoid eating these fish species during your pregnancy.

>>> Protect yourself from pesticides and other dangerous chemicals. It's a better idea to be really conservative with any household cleansers you have. If you are working and there might be some unsafe materials in your workplace ask your employer for copies of Material Safety Data Sheets for whatever unsafe materials you may be exposed to, you don't want to diminish your odds of conceiving in any case. As with anything concerning  your wellness and...Tips on trying to get pregnant. If you're not certain...Ask your  physician.

It took me 7 long seven long years to get pregnant...It was heartache after heartache...If only I could get pregnant. I know I would be a real good mother. Does this sound familiar? ############################################################

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      helptobepregnant 

      6 years ago from UK

      Thanks for this hub, some good info. I can understand what it's like too, it took my husband and I over 4 yrs and loads of failed IVF and IUI attempts before we got pregnant naturally using a step by step ancient chinese medicine and holistic program.

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