What can I do to get pregnant?

Pregnant! Get full evaluation by an ob/gyn to see if any reasons exist that would prevent getting pregnant, then if all is normal, have a great married life with a caring noble husband.

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What can I do to get pregnant fast

Meet someone... Meet someone nice, date a while, get engaged, get married, relax, start having sex twice a day during the fertile days, and hopefully get pregnant soon. Read more...

What can I do to get pregnant easy?

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...

What can I do to get pregnant it really hard for me.

Have sex mid cycle. You ovulate 2 weeks before your period, so for most women, this is about the middle of their cycle. Have unprotected sex often around the middle of your cycle. If you find you are not getting pregnant after 6 months of trying, than discuss with your dr. And you and your partner may need fertility testing done. Good luck. Read more...

What can I do to get pregnant if I'm on the nexplana?

Have it removed... Nexplanon is one of the most effective methods of pregnancy prevention out there. If you want to get pregnant, you should have it removed. Best wishes! Read more...

What can I do to get pregnant after 3 years of failed attempts?

Fertility workup. See a gynecologist if you seem to have difficulty getting pregnant. Three main areas of testing will be suggested, after reviewing your situation carefully. Male factor is checked with sperm analysis. Ovulation is checked with hormonal testing and "tubal factors" like blockage and endometriosis are checked with imaging and minor procedures, like hysterosalpingogram, ultrasound and laparoscopy. Read more...

What can I do to get pregnant quicker? We are trying for one year and I have had one miscary 7 months ago.

Ovulation test kit. Get an ovulation test kit. Follow the instructions and start checking on the 9th day after you start your period. Once you ovulate have intercoarse every other day for a week. Good luck. If you don't ovulate see a fertility specialist. Read more...

I been trying for almost a year to get pregnant by my husband and nothing occured. What can I do to get pregnant?

How to get pregnant. Simple: track ovulation and timing of sex; get healthy (no smoking or excess alcohol); see pcp for health update. Complex: see fertility expert for testing (make diagnosis important), if 35 yo or more then consult after 6 months; choose most cost-effective treatment. Fertility expert: rei trained or large % of practice is infertility. Read more...
See RE/I. If you have been unable to conceive after one year of trying you should seek the advise of your obgyn or an infertility specialist. Simple tests will be done to determine the cause including checking the tubes, ovaries and sperm count. Based on these tests a treatment plan will be made. Data suggests the longer you wait to seek the care of a specialist the less likely you are to be successful. Read more...

I've been trying to get pregnant about 2-3 years now but I still having got pregnant. What can I do to get pregnant?

See your doctor. Please see your gynecologist for evaluation to see why you aren't able to get pregnant. Your partner should also be evaluated too. Good luck! Read more...
See your Ob/Gyn. If you have been trying for 2-3 years to get pregnant without success, you should be seen by an Ob/Gyn. You may need some tests to determine the problem. It would also be a good idea to use an ovulation prediction test. This will help you to time your attempts to conceive. Best wishes! Read more...
Fertility eval. If you have been having APPROPRIATELY timed/unprotected intercourse (see this link for info http://www.babycenter.com/0_when-to-have-sex-if-you-want-to-get-pregnant_1809.bc) for that long and unable to conceive, you AND YOUR PARTNER need a fertility eval. It may not be you. Might be him. Hope this helps. Best of luck. Dr R. Read more...