How to get Pregnant?
Have you been trying to conceive for the past several months? Are you sick and tired of everyone else getting pregnant but you? Are you suspecting a problem? Are you wondering if there are ways that you can increase your chances of getting pregnant? Relax, because there are many things you can do to help increase your chances of success in becoming pregnant. Here in our section devoted to how to get pregnant, find out the many things you can do to become pregnant as quickly as possible.
Not being able to conceive is just as stressful as being a full-time mom. Are you pregnant? Are you not pregnant? Am I the problem? Is he the problem? Should we get fertility treatments? There are lots of questions all right! But one of most important things a couple should do at once when they realize they have problems getting pregnant is seek help. Doctors may advise a change of lifestyle- this may include managing a healthy weight and a good diet as well as quitting smoking and getting lots of exercise. Also learn how to increase your chances of conception by eating for fertility, charting your fertility, checking your cervical mucus, and keeping track of your basal body temperature. Also get great tips for increasing your chances of becoming pregnant and find out which are the best sex positions for getting pregnant.
Getting Pregnant Complications
To learn more about why you may have trouble conceiving, visit our Galatorrhea section. Galatorrhea is a milky discharge from the breasts, which causes pregnancy problems. Irregular periods may be another reason why you may have problems getting pregnant. Keep track of your periods, write them down and consult your physician.
In addition, read our section about nutritional supplements and over the counter medications like Aspirin and Advil and learn why you should avoid them.
If you're wondering whether or not you are pregnant, read our page about pregnancy tests .
For more information on getting pregnant check out our pregnancy videos.
accurate fertility test is designed to help predict when you are likely to conceive.