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Here are 7 steps to get pregnant fast:
1. Get Ready to Get Pregnant.
See your doctor and discuss your overall health status related to pregnancy. (Start taking prenatal vitamins with folic acid to prevent spinal defects in your baby. It is more effective to take it before pregnancy). Stop birth control.
2. Decide or Plan.
If you decide to have a pregnancy plan, then understanding your menstrual cycle.
3. Understand the Menstrual Cycle.
Typically, a woman with a 28-day menstrual cycle ovulates on the 14th day. But it is not so successful. So you need to mark your cycle to identify your unique fertile days. Once an egg is released from your ovary, it lasts for 12 to 24 hours. This means that in order for it to be fertilized, you need to find the sperm in your fertilized egg. The special thing is that healthy sperm do not survive in your body for up to five days. The mating system ensures that the sperm and the egg are alive and well in your body at the same time. This is why it is so important for you to know the date of ovulation. For example, suppose you lay eggs in the middle of the night on Wednesday. Having sex at any time on Wednesday means that the sperm are likely to meet the egg within 12 to 24 hours. But if you have sex on Tuesday (or Monday or Sunday or Saturday), the sperm is still alive and waiting until the egg is released. So if you expect to have sex within a few days, the chances of your sperm preparing to fertilize your egg are high.
4. Use Test Strips to Identify Your Most Fertile Time. ( Like ovulation strips: this is the best way to know that when your egg released)
5. Read your Body Deference’s
Some women find it easier to focus on the physical complications that their bodies show.
Cervical mucus is the normal vaginal fluid that changes as you progress through your cycle. It is sticky from dry, then creamy and then wet and eventually, it will have a white consistency. White consistency means that it is from fertile cervical mucus and you are close to ovulation. It is more sperm-friendly because it can easily swim up to the uterus.
Decreased basal body temperature
If you take your temperature daily to graph your cycle using a fertility app or chart, you may notice a slight decrease in your basal body temperature before ovulation and then an increase.
If you are ready to do your own vaginal exam, you may notice that your cervix is softer, higher and more open during ovulation. You may experience pain/tenderness, tenderness of the breasts, spots and more interest in sex.
6. Have sex.
If you do not observe the ovary, have sex every other day of every month. If you monitor the ovary and your partner has a normal or high sperm count, you can have sex every day during your fertile period. If he has a low sperm count, have sex every day to increase the concentration of sperm in the ejaculate. Sperm are healthy when men ejaculate every two to three days, so do not wait for days between your senses.
7. Have Fun
Trying to conceive can be a little stressful, so make sure you care about yourself and each other as a couple. Do not force yourself to do anything that does not feel right. Try to enjoy the process and be happy always.