When you want to start a family, knowing all you can about ovulation and conception will give you a head start.
Some women can just do it! Wham... They're pregnant! For others trying to get pregnant will seem a long and hopeless road.
There are plenty of things that you can do to educate yourself about your fertility and the best times to conceive. After taking me 3 years to become pregnant with my first child, I learned a few things along the way.
Everyone needs to know the basic facts of getting pregnant, as
ovulation and conception is not as easy as you think. Did you know that
there are only a couple of days in a month when you can actually
conceive, so when would be your likely conception dates? These articles
can help you to track ovulation:
When do I ovulate?
Symptoms of ovulation.
basal body temperature technique.
Know your most fertile days to conceive.
The lunar fertility guide.
On top, below, standing, sitting? There are some ways that are better than others, let's see the best conception positions. If you're trying to get pregnant, you should already be taking folic acid, find out why with some folic acid facts.
For some women being able to choose the sex of their next baby would be a dream come true. Here are some details about gender selection methods.
Maybe you're struggling with conception, if so have a look at some reasons why you can't get pregnant.
There are a few alternative remedies to aid ovulation and conception. Let's take a look at some:
If none of the above does anything to help, then you may want to think about visiting your GP to arrange for some infertility tests. If you think your partner may be infertile, here's a look at male infertility and the causes, and some male infertility treatments. If you have seen your doctor about infertility treatment, he may suggest using clomid. This course of treatment has helped many women in their struggle with fertility. We also take a quick look at clomid side effects, and clomid success rates. Another option for infertility may be
IVF (in vitro fertilisation) Let's take a look at the IVF procedure. If you can't use your own eggs for IVF, maybe you could consider an IVF egg donor program, this way you can still experience pregnancy and naturally bond with your baby.
If your partner is suffering from infertility, then IVF with ICSI may be an option for you. What are your chances of getting pregnant with ivf? - ivf statistics and success stories. If you have managed to achieve conception, but then lost your baby during pregnancy, take a look at pregnancy after miscarriage. Take a look at my 3 year wait to get pregnant, there's a quick look at some conception topics too. My story Ovulation and conception can take many paths, what works for some won't work for others. I wish you all the best in your quest to get pregnant.
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