If you are a woman who has spent your life wondering what it would be like to have a child, then you know how exhilarating it is when you ultimately make your mind to take that leap.
If you are a woman who has tried and tried and who has been unable to conceive, then you also know the real barrage of sentiments that you come across — unhappiness, discomfiture, ineptness. There can be numerous reasons behind this which may majorly depend on biological factors, yet sometimes certain irregular or bad habits tend to reduce your probabilities of conceiving.
Here are some quick pointers that you need to know and try to adapt to improve your overall fertility rate:
Avoid intense running/workout
If you are planning to conceive in coming future, you need to cut back or avoid intense running, long-distance running or workout. Sometime it leads to delayed pregnancy.
Say No to spicy tuna rolls
Make sure you abstain from eating tune as well as other bloodthirsty fish, like swordfish, shark, and mackerel because they have higher level of aerial mercury. Mercury contamination is dreadful connected to infertility.
Make breakfast your heaviest meal of the day
If you eat breakfast regularly and make it heaviest meal of the day, it would work wonders for you.
Try various positions
Try out different positions while love as it enhances the chance of conceiving.
Double-check the lube you’re using
As per the doctors, you need to double-check the lube which you’re using. Commercial lubricants deleteriously impact sperm motility, thereby making it much difficult for the sperm to reach the egg. Instead of using commercial lubes, try to make use of natural lube like olive oil or baby oil.
Keep your phone away
It is advisable to keep your mobile phones away from your pillow or bed as the rays emitted by them impacts fertility rate.
Hope we get to hear ‘good news’ from you!
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