Tuesday, December 16, 2014
When you’re planning to get pregnant, the first thing you should do is to get a basal body thermometer and record your body temperatures each and every day, to see a monthly pattern when your temperature spikes, indicating ovulation. You can also use ovulation predictor kits (OPKs) to test when you ovulate. Begin around Day 10 and take a test every day until you see 2 lines. With these procedures you will be able to have sexual intercourse with your partner at the right time of your ovulation.
For faster conceiving, be sure to have sexual intercourse at the right timing and that is when your egg is ready to fertilize. Having sex every day may actually be detrimental, as it won't allow your husband's sperm enough time to replenish itself. Timing is key. Make sure you haven’t waited too long to have sexual intercourse before your most fertile time. If so, there could be a buildup of not-as-potent sperm by the time you have sex at your most fertile days and this will not make you pregnant. Check out online tips at www.pregnancytips.org so you can prepare yourself and you can have an idea on what to do. Don’t be afraid to ask your doctor for an advice regarding your fertility.
It’s really important to read tips and advices from helpful sites plus the expert supervision of your OB Gyne to guide you in your pregnancy goal. With all of these things to follow you’ll be on your way to achieve your goal but have a beautiful baby as well.