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Slide 1: ==== ==== best days to get pregnant http://tinyurl.com/default-pmb ==== ==== Once you and your partner have decided you want to start trying for a baby, the next question almost all couples ask themselves is: "What Can We Do To Get Pregnant?" Apart from the obvious answer - to start having regular intercourse - there are indeed a few things you should know when you are trying to get pregnant. 1. Find out when you are fertile I can't really stress this enough. One of the most important things you need to do if you are trying to conceive is to find out when you are ovulating. That is, when your body is releasing an egg. Your egg only lives between 12 and 24 hours after ovulation. This is why it's so important to not miss this small window of opportunity you get each month. Luckily, your body gives you a few signals and warning signs when you are about to ovulate. If you learn to recognize and observe these signs, your chances of successfully conceiving are much higher, and this brings us directly to tip number two. 2. Learn how to check your cervical mucus Your cervical fluid is one of the fertility signs I just told you about. Throughout your cycle your cervical mucus changes in consistency and color. Right after your period you usually observe hardly any fluid near your vaginal opening and you generally feel dry down below. After a few days of dryness women often begin to develop sticky cervical mucus that is best described as tacky, gummy, and dry - a bit like rubber cement. Next, you may notice cervical fluid that is creamy and a bit like hand-lotion. It is usually white or yellow in color and this creamy mucus often feels cool to the touch. The cervical fluid you will get next is often described as egg white cervical mucus. It is usually clear and very slippery; a lot like egg white, hence the name. As soon as you notice this slippery, egg white cervical mucus you are in the most fertile phase of your cycle and it's important to start having regular intercourse now. 3. Watch your weight
Slide 2: Even if being over- or underweight does not mean you won't be able to get pregnant, it can make it much harder to conceive. Unfortunately, any extra fat acts a bit like a low-dosage contraceptive pill. Fat can lead to an overproduction of certain hormones that are important for a regular cycle and ovulation. Being underweight on the other hand can lead to similar problems. Your body might not produce enough hormones; this can lead to anovulatory cycles (cycles where your body doesn't release an egg). Try to maintain a healthy weight and you'll also get less problems once you are pregnant. 4. Check your cervical position Another very good fertility sign that you can check yourself is the position and feel of your cervix. Have you ever noticed that sometimes having intercourse can be very uncomfortable, especially in certain positions, and at other times the same position is fine? The culprit in this case is your cervix. If your partner's penis hits your cervix you can get a sharp stabbing pain in your stomach - almost as if somebody stabbed you with a knife. The reason you only feel this at certain times is that your cervix goes through some amazing changes. Very much like your cervical mucus, your cervix prepares itself for a possible pregnancy every cycle. When you are fertile, your cervix becomes soft and open to allow your partner's sperm to pass it on their way to your egg. At the same time, your cervix also rises up a bit. Usually, at the beginning of your cycle, your cervix is firm, closed, and lower down, before it becomes soft, open, and higher up around ovulation. If you check your cervix once a day, you'll soon be able to tell the difference. 5. Other possible fertility signs Some women also notice other fertility signs - so-called secondary fertility signs. Midcycle spotting Midcycle spotting, also called ovulatory spotting, can happen just before ovulation and is thought to be caused by a sudden drop in estrogen. If you notice any spotting (that can range from a small red tinge to a little red spot in your underwear) around mid-cycle it's very likely an indicator of approaching ovulation. Abdominal pains
Slide 3: Another sign many women feel is called Mittelschmerz (German for midpain). Depending on the type of pain you feel there are different possible explanations for it. If it's a dull pain you feel it's most likely caused by the swelling of your ovaries as you are approaching ovulation. This dull pain is also often felt as a general abdominal pain, since both ovaries usually swell simultaneously. If the pain you feel is sharp and one-sided it's often caused by the egg bursting through the ovarian wall. These pains typically last from a few minutes to a few hours and are a great fertility sign, especially if they are accompanied by any of the other signs (egg white cervical mucus and a soft, open, and high cervix). Diane Smith is the creator and author of WishingForABump.com - a website that provides tips & advice for women and couples who want to know how to get pregnant. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Diane_Smiths ==== ==== best days to get pregnant http://tinyurl.com/default-pmb ==== ====

   
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