Increase Your Chances Of Pregnancy With These 5 Effective Ways

Struggling with infertility is not fun. Here are 5 proven and effective ways that have been shown to improve your overall health and boost your fertility. Women with PCOS, unexplained infertility or just trying to conceive will find this information helpful! #naturalearthymamaAre you struggling to get pregnant or looking for ways to increase your chances of pregnancy?

The truth is there are dozens and dozens of things you can do, but some are more effective than others. With that said, below are five effective ways to increase your chances of pregnancy.

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1. Eat The Right Foods

One of the best ways to increase your chances of pregnancy is to eat the right foods. Certain foods are known for increasing your chances of becoming more fertile.

As a general rule of thumb, you should stop eating junk food and other foods you know are not healthy for you. After you do this, focus on eating healthy and eating certain foods.

As for the foods you want to eat on a regular basis, they include meat, leafy greens and pumpkin seeds. Other foods include olive oil and wild salmon, which contains a high amount of omega-3 fatty acids.

Besides those foods, you can consume foods with folic acid in them or take a folic acid supplement.

The bottom line is if you focus on eating healthy, then your chances are greater of becoming pregnant.

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2. Stop Smoking

Do you smoke cigarettes? Does your partner smoke them? Regardless if only you smoke or your partner, it’s time to quit.

Quitting smoking is one of the most effective ways to improve your chances of becoming pregnant.

Smoking cigarettes also increases your odds of experiencing an ectopic pregnancy (1).

Furthermore, it can diminish the quality of sperm and lower sperm count, which means you have a smaller chance of falling pregnant (2).

If that wasn’t reason enough to quite smoking, maybe the fact that smoking is linked to a higher chance of miscarriage is.

If you do quit smoking, make sure you don’t use any aids while you are trying to get pregnant. This mean staying away vaping products, nicotine patches and things of that nature while you are trying to conceive.

The best thing to do is to quit first, and then try and get pregnant.

3. Take Vitamins

As previously mentioned, you should consume folic acid or its natural form – folate.

Folic acid can help improve your chances of getting pregnant (3), but it can also protect babies from various defects.

If you’re not getting enough folic acid from food, then you should use a folic acid or folate supplement.

Besides folic acid, you should load up on other types of vitamins.

Vitamin D and B-12 can be taken too, but do feel free to take a prenatal multi-vitamin that covers all the bases well.

Don’t just choose any old vitamins to take because very cheap vitamins could do more harm than good. Take your time to research brands of vitamins and then buy the ones that are of high quality.

It’s important to take your vitamins regularly. As a general rule of thumb, it can take weeks before vitamins and nutrients start taking an effect on your body.

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4. No Alcohol

Drinking alcohol causes a lot of harm and stress on the body, regardless if you’re a woman or man. If you drink alcohol or your partner does, then it’s time to stop drinking if you are trying to conceive.

Alcohol is one of the worst things you can use if you’re trying to get pregnant.

It’s worth mentioning that alcohol can raise estrogen in men, which is one of the reasons it can be difficult to fall pregnant if you are a heavy drinker.

The more you and/or your partner drink, the less of a chance you have of conceiving a child.

Do yourself a favor and steer clear of drinking alcohol, even if you’re used to having a glass of wine or beer on a nightly basis. The best thing to do is to not drink any alcohol at all.

5. Have A Lot Of Sex At The Right Time

You and your partner should have a lot of sex, but at the right time.

What this means is you should have intercourse when you are ovulating, and there are ovulation calculators that can help you determine when your next cycle is.

When you know when your cycle is, then start having sex right before you ovulate and during your cycle.

This is one of the easiest and fastest ways to become pregnant, but do make sure you use a good ovulation calculator or learn to track your cycles.

If you’re serious about increasing your chances of getting pregnant, then you should have sex frequently and time it, as well as stop drinking alcohol, quit smoking cigarettes, take plenty of vitamins and eat the right foods.

Will doing all of those things guarantee that you will fall pregnant? No, but your chances of becoming pregnant will greatly increase. All you have to do now is give the above ways a try. 

Remember if you have not gotten pregnant within 6 months of actively trying, please see your doctor.

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