Infertility And Conception
I have infertility from 8 years. I am 35 years old. My & my husband's all test is normal. I have some pain in left ovary at the time of ovum growth and light pain is remaining till the next menses. I have pcos problem 1 year ago, but nowadays my menses is coming on date. We used every method for conceiving but not success.
What can I do for get pregnant? We are both healthy.Answer:
If all your medical tests came back as normal and you have a history of PCOS, your body may simply need a little natural boost to increase fertility and hopefully get pregnant soon.
Most couples find great benefit by introducing fertility vitamins to a healthy fertility diet
while preparing for pregnancy.FertilAid Fertility Vitamins for women
are very effective in supporting women’s reproductive organs during conception because they contain all the correct vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants and herbal remedies that increase conception rates by maintaining ovulation, increasing fertile mucus production and maintaining uterine receptivity for embryo implantation.FertilAid Fertility Vitamins for men
help increase sperm count and boost sperm quality naturally by providing all the important nutrients a man’s body needs to make healthy sperm. The healthier the sperm and the faster they swim, the better chances of conceiving a couple has.
Remember in order to conceive you need:
1. A healthy egg released during ovulation
2. Lots of healthy highly motile sperm
3. Increased production of fertile mucus during
4. Know when to have sex to get pregnant.
For couples who have been
trying to conceive for a long time and have no apparent fertility problems, making sure that intercourse takes place according to the women’s cycle is fundamental.
If you want to increase your chances of conceiving each month, you need to know when you are about to ovulate and have sex 24-48 hours prior to the predicted ovulation day.
In order to achieve conception you need to have lots of fertile cervical mucus that looks like raw egg white.
This mucus keeps the sperm alive and healthy in your reproductive tract while the ovary prepares to release the egg.
I would strongly recommend using a fertility monitor like Ovacue
because Ovacue gives you lots of advice notice about your ovulation. Ovacue measure the electrolytes on your saliva that correlate with hormonal fluctuations.
The virginal sensor
is indispensable in women who are unsure about when they ovulate.
This sensor measures the electrolyte chances in your cervical mucus confirming ovulation. This allows you to know for sure when and if you ovulate.
If you have a history of PCOS with ovulatory symptoms, you need to know that you are ovulating regularly. Having regular periods is not sufficient as you can have what are called anovulatory periods, when the estrogen levels drop even without ovulation.
Another benefit of using Ovacue is that it tells you if your luteal phase is long enough for the embryo to implant itself. It is possible to ovulate regularly and conceive, but the embryo has not enough time for implantation.
I hope this information helps you get pregnant soon.