We tend to live in a microwave society where want things fast, easy and most of all right now! For young couples that are ready to start a family, this can mean wanting to get pregnant right away. Most people would consider nine months a long enough time to wait for that precious little one to arrive. While there are certain elements that are out of your control, there are some things you can do that might help speed up your getting pregnant.
Things You'll Need
- Prenatal vitamins
Visit your gynecologist and inform her of your plans to conceive. She should know your history and be able to offer you any insight or advice on getting pregnant based on the condition your body is in. Some women, for instance, have tilted uteruses. If you have this, your doctor could inform you of certain positions that would be optimal for conception to occur.
Stop using birth control. This one should be a no-brainer, but it is necessary to stop using any type of birth control when you are trying to conceive. It can take a few months for a woman’s body to adjust to being off the pill, so the sooner you stop, the sooner you may wind up pregnant.
Live a healthy lifestyle. A healthy body is the optimal place for a baby to develop. Eating healthy, exercising regularly,s and drinking plenty of fluids should all be part of your routine on a regular basis and especially when trying to get pregnant. You should also take pre-natal vitamins. These will help provide you with all the nutrients you need to provide the optimal environment for your baby to grow.
Have sex once a day. Having sex everyday is the easiest way to get pregnant if you are healthy and your spouse has a good sperm count. You could chart or take your temperature every day and try to determine when you ovulate, however simply having sex once a day is definitely the easiest route. It is preferable to have sex at night because you will be lying in a horizontal position for an extended period of time, allowing the sperm plenty of time to get where they need to go.