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When Will It Happen? When to Expect Positive Results

When Will It Happen? When to Expect Positive Results

When you are working on improving your lifestyle and keeping your health up, you need to realize just when your possibility of finding success will actually hit. Although many people do not realize it, there is the need for time to take its toll.

Often times, people think that a day, a week or even a month is a long enough time to be “good” and find results. Unfortunately they are mistaken. What happens then is that they don’t see results and instantly give up. Humans just aren’t patient creatures! Nevertheless, it is important to understand this part of the infertility process.

Pre Conception

Before you can conceive a child, you need to have a well formed sperm cell and a well formed egg. Obviously, you need to make sure that they come together at the right time, but you need to consider what is happening too. If the sperm cell, for example, has not developed properly or has been subjected to some type of toxin in your body, when it is ejaculated, it will not be able to make a successfully landing, so to speak. The same goes for the woman. If the egg is not at its best shape and it just isn’t at the right quality, even if a healthy sperm comes along, it can’t form into the baby that you are after.

So, how long does it take? Remember this. It will take at least three full months for an immature egg to become mature enough. It can take longer, too. If it does not have the right environment for this to happen, at the time of ovulation, it will not be released or will not be a successful choice. For the men, it takes at least three months for you too to develop a healthy sperm cell that is the highest in quality and the most likely to fertilize.

Therefore, when you consider improving your lifestyle to help aid your body in the creation of good quality sperm and eggs, you need to give yourself a full four months or longer to find true benefit. This is frustrating, but it is necessary. That means that for those months, you need to improve the quality of your life, your health and the stress that you are under.

 

Increasing Fertility Through Supplements

Increasing Fertility Through Supplements

When it comes to becoming pregnant, it is almost essential for you to ensure that you give your body the right nutrients that it needs. Even if you monitor every type of food product that you put into your body you still may not be able to get the nutrients that you need to improve the fertility in your body. Still, there are many ways for you to improve this.

As your doctor is likely to tell you, there are many nutrients that your body needs to have to maintain health and to improve your overall ability to conceive. Unless these elements are in the body, your body can’t do its job successfully. In fact, their most important job is to balance your hormones.

What do you need? Here are some of the choices to get into your diet.

• Folic acid: Folic acid and other B complex family vitamins are extremely important for getting pregnant. Make sure that you have a supply of this not only during your pre conception period but throughout the time you are conceiving. It is necessary for keeping DNA codes in tact and for keeping your baby nice and healthy.

• Zinc: Zinc is a leader in the must have department. Both men and women need it to improve their body’s ability to increase fertility and also to prevent miscarriages. It is important because if it is not available, the problem can be due to chromosome changes in the body

• Selenium: This is an antioxidant that your body needs and will help you to keep birth defects and miscarriages from happening.

• Vitamin E: This too is an antioxidant that will lead to improved fertility when both the male and female consume enough. If you are having IVF done, men may be required to consume this vitamin as it has been shown to increase success a full ten percent or more.

• Vitamin C: Another antioxidant, this is an important vitamin for improving the quality of your sperm.

Other important vitamins and nutrients include L-Arginine, L-Carnitine, Vitamin A, and others. If you are unsure of what you should be consuming, consider what your doctor recommends. You should take a multivitamin to provide many of these nutrients and talk to your doctor about how much more is necessary to keep you healthy.

 

Up Your Fertility Odds By Decreasing Problems

Up Your Fertility Odds By Decreasing Problems

You will find throughout your life that there are big “don’t do it” signs that are invisible but there anyway. You know when something is not good for you and you know when you shouldn’t be consuming it. Although this is the case, many people find themselves struggling with making the right choices so that they can increase their fertility. As worrisome as it can be, there are many “don’t do it” signs out there that many do not realize are even there. In fact, if you are trying to get pregnancy, you need to make it a point to see them.

There are many things that you want to make sure you stay away from. Here are three things to avoid.

Xenoestrogens

Have you ever heard this word before? Most of us don’t and that’s the problem. This is a type of environmental oestrogens. It comes from things like plastic and pesticides. This hormone is very important to avoid as it can mess up your own hormones enough to keep you from becoming pregnant. During the time that you are trying to conceive, you need to take precautions to avoid coming into contact with these products. To keep them out of you, purchase only organic products to consume.

Caffeine

Can you skip that cup of coffee? The fact is that cup of coffee in the morning hours really does do some damage to your ability to become fertile. Just one cup of coffee per day is enough to lower your ability to conceive by some 50%. Sperm is especially at risk for problems when it comes to caffeine. You will want to try to stop drinking all forms of caffeine while getting pregnant which will include soda, coffee, strong teas and even chocolate.

Smoking

Smoking is one of the causes of infertility in many women. There is no doubt that smoking is bad for your health, but when it comes to getting pregnant, it is even more important to take note of. For women, it can bring on menopause early. For men, it can keep your sperm at a sluggish rate, or even increase the number of poor quality sperm that you have.

Helping your body to become the best place for baby is important. Here, you can easily cut out these stressors on your body’s system and increase your fertility significantly.

 

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