A woman’s body is equipped in order to conceive and give birth to children. For some women though this is not always the case and unfortunately they cannot fall pregnant as easily as others. You have to keep in mind that not every woman has the same physical structure so there are going to be changes for some woman that others wont have and vise versa. The good news is though that there are some very simple methods that if followed can help you with your dream of falling pregnant. Understanding the way the human body functions when trying for a baby is the first logical step to take. You need to work out the days you will be ovulating, and to do this you will need to understand your menstrual cycle. An easy way to do this is by using an ovulation chart or calculator to determine the accurate dates and times. Once you know what these dates are, it imperative to make the most of this time period by having unprotected sex with your partner, as these are your most fertile days of the month. If you have been taking contraceptive pills to avoid pregnancy, you will need to discontinue with them, allowing for at least three menstrual cycles to pass giving your body time to adjust to the hormonal changes. You need to be patient and give your body time.
Some important tips include keeping yourself physically and mentally at peace as best you can, exercise regularly and try maintaining a reasonable weight. This doesn’t mean you have to become ridiculously fit or super slim, it is just that when exercising and trying to maintain a healthier lifestyle, your body’s mechanisms will be working with utmost efficiency. This is what’s needed when trying for a baby in order to increase your chances, as in comparison to someone who leads a stagnant type lifestyle. As a rule of thumb try workout but doing a few cardio vascular exercises at least three times a week. Try maintaining a healthy lifestyle by eating well balanced meals, staying calm and maybe even trying meditating to eliminate stress and create a positive frame of mind. As part of your daily requirements, take multivitamins as well as folic acid to ensure that you are hormonally optimal to conceive.
Your partner should have a good sperm count and must be able to function correctly. Erectile problems and other symptoms alike can minimize your chances of conception dramatically. If this is in fact a problem you are facing, you might want to consider getting artificially inseminated which can be performed at clinics under medical supervision. People often ask about the best sexual position to assume when trying for a baby but unfortunately its not an exact science. The missionary position where a woman lies under the man is normally recommended as it is ideal for helping the sperm swim towards the fallopian tubes with less difficulty. It is also important not to clean up after you have had intercourse, but rather keep your legs up and let gravity help the sperm work their way down to their destination. The easiest thing is just to stack up two or three pillows and rest your legs ontop of them while lying down. Last but not least, if for whatever reason you don’t fall pregnant the first time, don’t get depressed or down, just try again next month!