>>>>>>Some married couples have the problem of making a baby. Although there magic in getting pregnant, but these tips make help to boast your chances.
Improved diet, abstaining from alcohol and avoiding caffeine may help to improve your chances, although some experts believed that sex position plays a part too.
Cutting down alcohol intake>>>According to Dr. Sarah Javis, alcohol can have a negative effect on the reproductive system and
damage fertility. She also noted that even a small amount can affect the menstrual cycle and reduce the
chance of conceiving. Drinking also lowers testosterone levels and
sperm quality and quantity in men. Also according to a study, infertile women who seek medical care for their fertility issues, have
been shown to have a significantly higher alcohol intake than women who
become pregnant naturally. excessive alcohol consumption has also been linked to low sperm count in men.
Avoiding caffeine>>>A recent survey estimated the average woman of reproductive age
consumes approximately 100 mg of caffeine a day with the top ten percent
of caffeine drinkers exceeding an excess of 229 mg a day. Caffeine is a nervous system stimulant. Multiple studies have suggested that caffeine consumption increases
the risk of miscarriage. One study showed that women who drank more than one
cup of coffee a day were half as likely to become pregnant per cycle as
compared to women who consumed less. Another study of patients
undergoing in vitro fertilization (IVF) demonstrated that women who
consumed even modest amounts of caffeine (50 mg) were likely to have
decreased live birth rates. A
Preliminary studies in mice and monkeys suggest caffeine inhibits oocyte
maturation. An immature oocyte does not fertilize and therefore is
unable to produce a pregnancy.
Improved diet>>> According to Neema Savvides, of Harley Street
Fertility Clinic,eating lots of fresh organic food
will help you absorb key antioxidants and nutrients that are beneficial
when trying to conceive and reduce intake of pesticides, which have a
negative impact of fertility. Cut down the intake of saturated fats and limit meat consumption. Eat more of vegetables and fruit will help as they will provide the required vitamins and minerals.Studies indicated that zinc may aid in the creation of a superior
quality egg that is more likely to be fertilized and produce a healthy
child, as well as improve the future cardiovascular health of your
child. Dr Munafo said: 'When trying to conceive, many women often change their
lifestyle by cutting down their alcohol intake, taking vitamins and
minerals and eating a healthier diet.
Sex position>>>Experts believe that is more likely to make you conceive than the other by affecting the passage of the sperm through the vagina to the Fallopain tube. According to Dr Glenville, your choice of sex position may play a part in your chance of getting pregnant.She explained that any
position that goes against gravity will discourage the sperm's journey.