How Long to Get Pregnant?
How Long Does it Take a Healthy Couple
to Get Pregnant?

This may be surprising, but it can take a healthy couple up to 1 year to conceive. How long to get pregnant depends on many things. And there are many things you can do to to boost fertility and many things you can avoid to get pregnant faster.

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There are many reasons that it may take so long. For one thing, is if you think of the life span of the sperm and egg. Sperm can live inside of the uterus from just a few hours up to up to 5 days. And the egg, once ovulated lives only for about 12 to 24 hours.

The younger your are, the longer the life. Which also means that the older you are the shorter the life.

Get more information on the Improve Egg Health Kit here.

One of the biggest obstacles for a healthy couple is timing. You must determine when you ovulate so you can time intercourse. The best days to get pregnant are the days leading up to ovulation. That way you have sperm waiting for the egg once it is released from the dominant follicle in the ovary.

Also ovulation predictor kits and fertility monitors can help you determine your most fertile days.

Not to mention that you can learn how to observe your symptoms and signs of ovulation. Checking your cervical mucus is a very reliable way to predict ovulation to shorten how long to get pregnant.

Improve cervical mucus with FertileCM and/or Pre-Seed here.

Make sure you are eating healthy to maximize the health and life of the egg and sperm. A fertility diet plan is a great way to boost fertility and get pregnant faster.

You may also want to research fertility herbs that will help. There are many safe herbal remedies that can help tone your reproductive system to overcome minor fertility problems that may be hindering conception.

My quick tips on getting pregnant may give you some ideas to help you conceive faster. Such as the best getting pregnant positions to help the sperm travel to the uterus and fallopian tubes.

Take care to avoid such things as hot tubs and tanning beds. Too much heat can greatly hinder the life and health of the egg and sperm.

Caffeine has been proven to affect fertility negatively.

And of course, eliminate nicotine and alcohol. Both have been proven to cause fertility problems, but more importantly, can cause birth defects, miscarriage, premature birth and so on.

Try to avoid, as much as possible, processed foods. Most processed foods contain chemical preservatives known to interrupt the conception process and cause hormonal imbalance. See preconception checklist here.

Stop using plastic containers used to contain foods like bottled water. And don't heat foods in plastic bowls. Plastic, especially when heated, gives off a chemical known to cause fertility problems.

Essentially, my whole website is full of tips to shorten how long to get pregnant, increase fertility, and help you get pregnant faster. Also help with overcoming some fertility problems naturally. So browse around. And remember to have fun and don't stress.

Related pages

Fertility Cleanse | Fertility Monitor | Getting Pregnant Positions | Human Egg Fertilization | Irregular Periods | Menstrual Cycle Length | Best Time to Get Pregnant | Ovulation Predictor Kit | Weight and Fertility | What Happens at Conception |

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