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What Can I Take To Help Get Pregnant
Why you need to?: Infertility is by definition=failure to conceive after trying for 1 yr. If you have not been able to get pregnant despite trying, consult doc to find out the cause first. Treatment depends on the cause..I.E if u had pelvic inflammatory disease in past, your tubes maybe blocked, thus no med can help. If trouble with ovulation, then med may help etc..So, first thing first, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
LARCs are best: The Long-Acting-Reversible-Contraceptives, LARCs which include the intrauterine devices and the subdermal implants are the most effective reversible and reliable methods for "not getting pregnant". If you desire a surgical method of less reversible contraception, blocking your tubes by a laparoscopic or hysteroscopic operation should be considered ( or ask your partner to have a vasectomy). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unsure: That would probably be a good question for your doctor. There is no way to tell here, from the information provided, why you would not be fertile - so it is not possible to suggest a remedy. ...Read more
Lifestyle, timing: As far as things you can control - if you smoke, stop smoking, avoid caffeine and alcohol, and try to maintain a healthy weight (bmi of 18.5-25). Reducing stress can help as well. Also remember that a woman's fertility declines with age. Having regular intercourse (2-3x/week) or timing intercourse around ovulation will increase chances of conception. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An idea: Try this product as a lubricant. http://www.preseed.com/ i'm sure there must be other things you can do but i can't think of any others. Things that reduce sperm production include wearing tight underwear (increases temp of testicles) so have your husband avoid briefs and use boxers. Make sure you have sex near the time you ovulate. Best of luck. ...Read more
Sex: If you have a reliable partner, intercourse every other day especially around the time of your ovulation (when the egg is released) may increase your odds of getting pregnant. If you have been trying for over a year or if you are over 35 years of age, you may need to see an reproductive specialist to get a check up. ...Read more
See your Gyn: Anovulation is one of the more common reasons for difficulty getting pregnant. Fixing this involves blood tests to prove you are not ovulating and finding the cause. Thyroid problems, for example, can prevent ovulation. Sometimes you need a medication to make you ovulate. It's generally something you need to see your Ob/Gyn about and isn't easily solved with home remedies. Best wishes! ...Read more
I HAVE PCOS AND WANT TO GET PREGNANT HOW CAN I DO THAT. I TAKE BC THAT CAN PREVENT ME FROM GETING PREGNANT. WHAT CAN I DO TO COME ON AND GET PREGNANT.
PCOS & pregnancy: PCOS can make it very difficult to get pregnant without the use of ovulation inducing drugs. Weight reduction and assessment for Diabetes also are important. Once the BC pill is stopped you may require a "jump start" of your period with progesterone. Talk to your OB-GYN MD and if needed see a Fertility specialist. ...Read more
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