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I Want help on being healthy and help to get pregnant

By October 29, 2012 - 6:35pm
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Iam 19 I am trying for a baby me and my partner have been trying for some time now ive been takin folic acid and started eating healthyer and exersicing regurly ive even tryed overlation kits but still no signs of pregnancy i just want the best information on how to get pregnant and what i should and shouldnt be doing and how would i tell if i can have kids or not things to eat and not to eat. the best sexual ways to make a baby hope some one can give me good information thankyou

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Hi sophiegirl123,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  Definitely, staying healthy is a good way to start.  

Here are some tips that might help in conceiving.  

Basal body temperature method – Basal body temperature is your temperature at rest as soon as you awake in the morning. A woman's basal body temperature rises slightly with ovulation. So by recording this temperature daily for several months, you'll be able to predict your most fertile days. You can find in your local pharmacy store. 


Calendar method – This involves recording your menstrual cycle on a calendar for eight to 12 months. The first day of your period is Day 1. Circle Day 1 on the calendar. The length of your cycle may vary from month to month. So write down the total number of days it lasts each time. Using this record, you can find the days you are most fertile in the months ahead.

Cervical mucus method (also known as the ovulation method) – This involves being aware of the changes in your cervical mucus throughout the month. The hormones that control the menstrual cycle also change the kind and amount of mucus you have before and during ovulation. Right after your period, there are usually a few days when there is no mucus present or "dry days." As the egg starts to mature, mucus increases in the vagina, appears at the vaginal opening, and is white or yellow and cloudy and sticky. The greatest amount of mucus appears just before ovulation.



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