Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Ways To Get Pregnant Fast


Ways To Get Pregnant Fast

If you have been trying to get pregnant, and it isn't going as smoothly as you had planned, you are probably looking for some new ideas on how to get pregnant. It seems women have spent so much time learning ways not to get pregnant, yet they haven't received any information that they need on the ways to get pregnant fast. The information that I have found, I hope I can help you solve that problem.

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Ways To GetPregnant

Here's One Of The Ways To Get Pregnant...


There are many different tips, ways and strategies that can offer you new ideas on ways to get pregnant...I'm going to focus on one component in this article.

Cervical fluid is a very important component when you are trying to get pregnant. For one thing, your cervical fluid (or mucus), changes in texture throughout your monthly cycle, and this is very important to follow. When the cervical fluid begins to turn clear and very stretchy, similar to raw eggwhites--this is a sign that you are about to ovulate very soon. What does that mean?? It means you better get to the "baby dance" in a hurry. You should be timing intercourse for several days leading up to and including the day of ovulation. But more about that later--back to the cervical fluid..

Sperm can live for a pretty long time--possibly as long as six days if the environment is right. What that means is that if you have intercourse as many as 5 or 6 days before you ovulate, you can still get pregnant as long as the sperm are staying alive inside you. And how do they do that? With good quality cervical fluid, of course! By the way, the egg only lives 12-24 hours after it
is released, so it really is important to have the sperm ready and waiting when you actually ovulate.

So how do you ensure that you have good quality cervical fluid? Well, since you're looking for ways to get pregnant, you might need some tips on improving your cervical fluid. There are several.

Drink water--lot's of it. You may be curious of this. At least 8 glasses a day can do wonders in improving your cervical fluid.

Eat baby carrots--lot's of them too. Because of the vitamin A in the baby carrots (beta carotene), it has been known to really improve the amount and quality of your cervical fluid.

Take plain Robitussin. The kind with nothing extra in it, ie. no extra letters on the box, such as DM. Just plain Robitussin. The same way that it loosens up your mucus when you have a cough, it also thins the mucus in other parts of your body.

If you do those three things, you should have more than adequate cervical fluid which should keep those little swimmers alive for days.