Information on getting pregnant can be hard to find, and trying to conceive can be tricky business. I want to share with you how to improve fertility in order to increase your chances of conception.
I’ve learned many of these tips by trial and error, but I’ve also done extensive research looking for some infertility solutions that would work for me and my husband.
Many women are baffled and even devastated by how difficult it has been to get pregnant or carry a pregnancy to term. Believe me – I’ve been there! Let’s walk down this difficult road together, learning how to improve fertility naturally and increasing your changes of conception.
I am not a doctor, or even a nurse. I’m simply a very happy mom who waited longer than expected to conceive my beautiful child. I’ve spent many long hours searching for answers and trying different methods in order to improve my changes of conception.
I’ve been through struggles wondering if I could get pregnant at all and difficulties in my marriage because of this. I’ve been through the heart-break of two miscarriages. But I’ve also been through the incredible joy of hearing my son’s heart beat for the first time, feeling him kick, and then holding my healthy baby boy in my arms.
The very most important tip I can offer is knowing when to get pregnant, or when you as a woman are in the most fertile time of the month. There is usually a narrow window of a few days to a week, and each woman and each month can be different.
The tools I utilized to help me get pregnant more quickly are summed up in three categories:
1 – Timing or knowing when to get pregnant
2 – Getting hormone levels checked and then getting the body aligned properly with diet, exercise, and supplements
3 – Improving the consistency of cervical discharge is a critical aspect of getting pregnant more quickly.
I’m not here to say that all women will succeed in getting pregnant and bringing forth a child. But I am here to say that there are infertility solutions for most women. There is hope, and I’d like to share that hope with you.
Where To Begin?
I suggest you start by reading My Story. I conceived at ages 39 and 41, and I’ve detailed my stories to help other women find hope that getting pregnant can happen for them too.
Many women need help determining their ovulation date, so I go into detail here about the methods I used and the best ways to know when you’re ovulating to optimize your baby-making efforts.
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