5 Easy Tips to Increase Fertility Faster
Feb 4, 2022
Have you been trying to conceive for more than 6 months to 1 year?
We understand that it may be frustrating, especially when you have been trying to conceive for more than 6 months but still seeing negative pregnancy results.
The positive news is that you have more control over your fertility than you know! Here are some checklist for you to get ready in your TTC journey to increase your chances of getting pregnant. Read on to get your free TTC Checklist.
Get ready for your bundle of joy:
See your doctor 1-2 months before your TTC journey
A possible cause of female infertility is Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). It is very important to seek help from a specialist if you are trying to conceive with PCOS. With the proper guidance and lifestyle change such as improving your nutritions, you are increasing your chances to conceive.
Stop using hormonal birth control
Stop taking them for a few months before you plan to start trying to get pregnant. If you have been using birth control for a while, it may take your body a few cycles to start ovulating regularly to be optimal for pregnancy.
Eat a healthy and balanced diet
There is no magic diet that will ensure you will get pregnant faster. Taking control and improving your nutrition is the key to prepare your body more optimally for pregnancy. Men can also improve the chances of pregnancy through their diet to improve their sperm quality.
Start taking essential supplements
It is recommended for women who are trying to conceive to start taking supplements to prepare your body, reduce any risk of pregnancy complications, birth defects or chronic diseases. Concevoir by ImproWell™ is a great addition for your diet as it is almost impossible to get enough all essential supplements through a normal dietary plan from just regular food intake.
Have intercourse during your fertile window
It is very important for you to understand and track your menstrual cycle to know when is their optimal time to increase your chances to conceive! This is known as Ovulation. During this time, the Estrogen peak tells the brain that there is an egg and then release the luteinising hormone (LH). After the released, it has only up to 24 hours to be fertilised by a sperm. Get busy and stop using contraception!
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