Ways to Boost Your Fertility






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Ways to Boost Your Fertility
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When you’re looking to become pregnant the chances are that you are ready to speed along the process. However, for couples who are struggling to get pregnant this may not be an easy task. While many couples have been forced to rely on fertility treatments, many have been able to find more natural treatments to help with this process. Below are some of the natural options that you have when you’re trying to improve your ovulation.

1. Eat a healthy diet

One of the best ways to improve your ovulation is to consume a diet that isfilled with protein, zinc, vitamin C and iron. Deficiencies in these nutrients have been shown to cause an increase in menstrual cycles, which can make ovulation less frequent.

improve-your-ovulation-is-to-consume-a-diet-that-is-filled-with-protein-zinc-vitamin-C-and-ironIt can also give you a greater chance of miscarrying early on in your pregnancy.It is also a good idea to talk to your doctor about taking a prenatal vitamin and you should make sure that you add protein rich foods like meat, fish, and beans to your diet as well.

2. Watch your weight

Research has shown that being underweight or overweight can disrupt your ovulation cycle. Excess body fat has been shown to cause your body to overproduce certain hormones that have been known to disrupt your ovulation cycle. This means that you may ovulate less frequently and make it harder for you to become pregnant.


By having too little body fat, your body will not be producing enough of the hormones to help you ovulate every month or to sustain pregnancy. Exercising is one great way that you can maintain a healthy weight, but try not to overdo it that much.

3. Get rid of bad habits

Habits, such as cigarettes have been shown to interfere with both fertilization and implantation. Although smoking has been shown to do permanent damage to your fertility, it is possible to gain some of the ovarian function back if you cut out cigarettes altogether. The toxins in cigarettes have been shown to damage a woman’s eggs and can cause them to age faster.


4. Know when you ovulate

Knowing when you ovulate is also a good way to help improve your ovulation cycle as well. You should keep track of your ovulation cycle and if you find that you are ovulating less frequently than you should, you should contact your doctor. This is a great way to head off any issues you may be having as well as give you a better chance of becoming pregnant because you know when you should be having intercourse.


5. Have sex frequently

This is one of the most important parts of becoming pregnant because without having intercourse, you will not be able to become pregnant. You should aim to have intercourses about once a week so that you can produce the right amount of hormones to help create a better chance to become pregnant.


Keep track of your ovulation cycle and make sure that you are having sex 36 to 48 hours, a few days before you ovulate. This will give you a better chance of becoming pregnant and will keep your hormones where they need to be in order to improve your ovulation cycle.

6. Eliminate stress

Many people do not realize that stress can play a huge role in couples who are trying to become pregnant without success. Stress can disrupt a menstrual cycle and can alter your ovulation cycle as well.


It is important while you’re trying to regulate your ovulation cycle, that you remove as much stress from your life as possible. This will help you become pregnant faster and will help your body prepare for the pregnancy journey that it has incurred it.

7. Conclusion

Your ovulation cycle is an important part of becoming pregnant. If you have been trying to become pregnant and are struggling, it is important that your ovulation cycle is healthy enough for you to become pregnant. There are many factors that may cause a disruption to your ovulation cycle, but there are also some natural ways that you can help improve it.

Make sure that you talk to your doctor if you have been trying to become pregnant for over a year or if you find that you are not ovulating. There are many medications that you can take to help get your ovulation back on track and your doctor will have some natural methods as well as some prescriptions that can help as well.

Ms. Wisniewski has over 15 years experience as a labor and delivery nurse, having also worked previously as a nurse midwife in the Philippines and India. She enjoys empowering women and providing family centered care to women from all cultural and educational backgrounds.

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