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How to Become Pregnant | Natural ways to get pregnant regardless of age

Updated on March 13, 2013

Giving Birth is one of the Essence of a Woman

A relax and healthy women can get pregnant naturally. Eating healthy foods, avoiding stress are one of the many natural ways to become pregnant.

A woman can become pregnant untill her menstruation comes, when her menstruation stops, there is no chance of pregnancy. For many women it generally comes after 45 of age. After 45 when period stops, ovary unable to produce the ovule, so its become to impossible to fertilization of sperm & ovary so there will be no chance of pregnancy.

Though usually Women get pregnant up to 45 years in the normal cases. There are always exception to rule as one women at the age of 68 has recently become mother of a child.

According to research, a woman's fertility peaks between the ages of 20 and 24. However, fertility rates remain relatively constant through the early 30s, after which they begin to decline: At age 30 to 35, fertility is 15 to 20 percent below maximum. From age 35 to 39, the decrease is 25 to 50 percent. From 40 to 45, the decrease is 50 to 95 percent. Technically, any woman who has not gone through menopause, and who does not have other reproductive problems, can become pregnant.

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Understand Your Cycle

1. Chart your Cycle

Ovulation usually occurs between day 11 and day 21 of your cycle.

2. Cervical mucus

You can also chart your cervical mucus as a way to determine ovulation. You want to look for the stage in which your cervical mucus is wetter and has a egg white like consistency, this is the best time to conceive.

3. Basal Body Temperature (BBT)

This is the lowest temperature attained by the body when the body is at rest. You can track your BBT by taking your temperature in the morning, preferably at the same time every morning and creating a chart. In women, ovulation causes the temperature to increase one half to one point Fahrenheit.

4. Ovulation Predictor Kits (OPKs)

Two to three days before ovulation is your most fertile time.

Maintain Healthy Life Style

Maintaining a healthy weight and eating a healthy diet can help eliminate hormonal imbalances that can cause irregular cycles, ovulation as well as nutritional issues. When wanting to get pregnant naturally, it's more than just making sure you are at a healthy weight. You will need to carefully watch your food intake and make sure you are eating organic or as close to organic foods as possible. Because the food industry have grown, more and more unnatural ingredients have been added to "healthy" foods. If a woman's diet is not good, the body will lack the proper nutrients it needs to facilitate ovulation and a successful pregnancy.

Have at least 30 minutes a day exercise. It's not about perfection here, it's just taking little steps to make a healthier body. Moderate exercise also helps promote healthy circulation throughout your body.

Avoid stressful work if you cant live without a job. It will be beneficial to reduce your duties at work if possible. Work related stress can take it's toll on the body and impend you from getting pregnant.

Avoid alcohol and smoking to make the uterus conducive to embryo implantation.

Eat Healthy Foods

1. Water

It will not only help in proper functioning of all your reproductive organs but will also provide natural fluid for the sperms to reach the cervix.

2. Green leafy vegetables

Spinach is loaded with antioxidants, iron and folic acid all needed to maintain the good health of your reproductive organs. Folic acid present in spinach not only assists you in getting pregnant by generating viable eggs but also prevents defects in newborns.

3. Orange and yellow vegetable

They are good sources of antioxidants and beta carotene. Beta carotene helps in correcting hormonal imbalance and also eliminates the chance of miscarriage.

4. Broccoli, cabbage and other cruciferous vegetables.

These vegetables contain phyto-nutrients which helps in regulating estrogens metabolism.

5. Sweet potatoes, carrots and peas

These vegetables contain beta carotene which helps in regulating menstrual flow thereby increasing your fertility especially if your problem is irregular menstrual cycles.

6. Blueberries, papaya, oranges, kiwi and strawberries

This contains lot of vitamin C

7. Dairy products and lean animal proteins

Like fish are rich sources of amino acid that helps in generating fertility hormones.

8. Whole grain bread and tortillas

instead of bakery products made of fine flour. They are rich sources of iron and vitamin B needed for enhancing fertility hormones.

9. Nuts like almonds or walnuts

They are great sources of omega 3 fatty acid

Avoid Foods that can Prevent Pregnancy

1. Soybeans and soy foods

The plant form of estrogen (phytoestrogens) in soybeans won't help when you're trying to get pregnant - and it's especially important to avoid high soy consumption if you're coping with infertility.

2. Lunch meats

The nitrates and nitrites in frankfurters, bologna, salami, and lunch meats make them foods that aren't good to eat if you want to get pregnant or are coping with infertility.

3. Soda, high-sugar fruit drinks, and candy

Excessive sugar can lead to low blood sugar, which can upset levels of reproductive hormones. You want your hormones to be as balanced and stable as possible.

4. Coffee, tea, chocolate, cola

Excessive caffeine can not only reduce your chances of getting pregnant, it can increase the risk of miscarriage. When you're trying to get pregnant, drink tea in moderation - and stick to decaffeinated tea!

5. Painkillers/stimulants/diet pills and caffeine

Extra Strength Excedrin, Maximum-Strength Midol, Vanquish, Anacin, and Amaphen are pain relievers that may contain significant amounts of caffeine. No-Doz is a stimulant that has caffeine, and many diet pills also contain caffeine

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      6 years ago

      This article is about how to get pregnant by avoiding common mistakes that we may or may not be aware of. Some of our everyday habits can impact our ability to conceive.

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      6 years ago

      Great tips, thanks for sharing!


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