For women trying to get pregnant, Easter can hold certain significance. Much of the holiday is about eggs and new life. The question is, will you get pregnant by Easter?
Of course, we can’t say for sure. Nature has its own way, and will ultimately be the one to decide WHEN you get pregnant. Of course, you can take matters into your own hands to some extent, by knowing when you’re most fertile, and taking advantage of these time frames.
Every woman should understand her cycle. By doing so, you’ll know when you’re most fertile and when you’re least fertile. This will really help you out with conception.
Here’s something important to note… no matter what, you’ll never be able to force conception. So worrying and stressing about it, and insisting in your mind that it happens at a certain time, is the wrong way to go about it.
There is no hard rule for pregnancy. Some women become pregnant the very first time they try. Others try for months with nothing to show for it… until one day, they take the test and it’s positive!
So don’t put any expectations on the process – let it happen naturally. If you’ve tried your hardest for a few months and are still not pregnant, it may be time to visit Dr John Bailey. But remember, even if both you and your partner are highly fertile, you may not become pregnant immediately.
Did you know that stress could actually affect your fertility? If you’re stressed out, the odds of you conceiving plummet. At Hunter Women’s Health, we understand that if you’re not getting pregnant when you want you may stress out about it. Which then makes it take you even longer to get pregnant, which causes more stress, etc.
It’s a vicious cycle, which is why you need to go into pregnancy with no expectations. It will happen when it happens. You can’t rush nature.
Now, there are some methods that have been proven to help with getting pregnant. However none of them are guaranteed to make it happen at a certain time.
So if you would prefer to get pregnant as quickly as possible, try the following:
- Have no expectations on WHEN to get pregnant. This may be the hardest tip for you to follow, but it’s very important. Again, stress makes it harder to conceive.
- Have sex regularly; around the time you’re ovulating.
- Eat a natural, whole foods diet, and stay away from processed and fast foods.
- Follow a vitamin and supplement regimen as recommended by your GP.
- Exercise regularly, walk often during the day.
If you follow these tips your body will be primed for pregnancy. Again… it’s not something you can rush. And hopefully by now you know that. We know that no article is going to totally calm you down if you’re stressed, but as long as you’re really watching your health, and tracking your cycle; you are giving yourself the best possible chance at getting pregnant quickly.
To find out more about how to track your ovulation and advice on getting pregnant, contact Hunter Women’s Health today.