You are trying to plan a baby from a long time but no results. There can be any reason behind this and one of the reasons that quickly come to our mind is, “Is there a problem.”
Don’t get troubled, what you need to understand is the entire process behind conceiving. You can’t conceive in the very first month. There are different factors that adds on to your conceiving power. These are:
1- You and your partner’s age: If you are in your twenties, the chances of conceiving quickly become higher, however, at the other end, if you are in your late thirty’s then it might take more time. Sometimes in the later case, you might also want to see a Gynec.
2- Ovulation Cycle: You should be well aware of your ovulation cycle and try to conceive as per it. Try to have intercourse every second day in order to increase your chances to conceive. You need to understand this process might even sometimes take more than a month.
3- Eat Right: You should try to maintain a healthy balanced diet if you are planning a baby. Diet adds on to your baby planning process. Avoid eating too much of junk.
4- Maintain weight: If you are overweight or underweight that can cause a problem while conceiving. This is applicable to both of you. Take affective measures to maintain proper weight.
5- Avoid Smoking: If you are a chain smoker than avoid smoking. This can be the other reason of not conceiving
6- Avoid Drinking: Avoid drinking of course the next thing you should immediately opt for.
Though it sometimes takes a lot of time in planning a baby, there is no harm in meeting a gynec and go for a pre-conception check-up in order to ensure everything is normal. The doctor might advise you some medicines which can help you conceive quickly.
Some of the medical conditions which might be the reason behind your infertility:
– Any sexually transmitted disease, such as chlamydia or gonorrhoea.
– Any pelvic or abdominal surgery, such as for appendicitis or an ovarian cyst.
– Your partner had a hernia or testicular operation.
– Irregular or painful periods.
– Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
– Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID)
– Endometriosis, Fibroids
– Ectopic pregnancy in the past.
– Any miscarriages in the past.
– Any illness like diabetes, thyroid or heart problems.
– Your partner has problems getting or keeping an erection, ejaculating.
– Undescended testicles.
In all the above cases, you might want to see a doctor.
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