How to Conceive naturally | Few Tips To Start Your Motherhood Journey | NextMamas.

Having a child is the wish of almost every human and nowadays getting pregnant is becoming difficult due to modern-era nutrition and other values. The ratio of infertility and sub-fertility has increased to a greater value during the last few years.

Doctors usually advise weighing for almost two years after marriage before taking any kind of treatment to conceive.

Hurdles in getting Pregnant:

  • Excessive drinking.
  • Smoking.
  • Dietary habits.
  • Stress.
  • Male/Female hormones.

Here are a few tips that can help to conceive naturally with the will of Allah

Diet:

Always take a healthy diet including fibers, lentils, vegetables, fruits, and beans, etc. Avoid Carbs and refined sugars.

Light Exercises: 

Always try to remain active and do exercise that helps you to remain fresh and healthy.

Track your Cycle:

Always track your menstrual cycle to conceive naturally. Experts say the best way to get pregnant fast is to have intercourse once a day, every other day, during the fertile window right before and after ovulation.

Monitor Ovulation:

Ovulation is the time from 1st day of the period to the 10-14 days in 28 days cycle during which there are the highest chances of getting pregnant so monitoring this time period is very important to get pregnant naturally. For this ovulation, strips can be used to check what time of the month these strips are available on NextMamas.

Preconception Drugs:

Some medications also help in conceiving such as Folic acid is recommended for almost three months before planning a conception It also helps in the neural growth of the fetus.

So these are a few tips provided by the team of NextMamas to start your motherhood journey.

Author: Dr. Iram Gill

Dr. Iram Gill is an MBBS doctor by profession and a Content Writer by passion. She is a mother as well and has observed the health-related challenges faced by mothers and babies. She wants to play her part in increasing access and support for breastfeeding and maternal health problems.

 

 

 


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