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How To Get Pregnant At 30

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Let's face it. 30 is an age where you are more successful than when you were in your 20s. You are more mature now, have handled a lot of responsibilities, are more serious when it comes to relationships and you can already make wise decisions. But if you get married at 30, you also have a slightly increased risk of not being able to conceive.

If you are a woman in your 30s who has just gotten married and who wants to have a baby soon, we say congratulations! At least you have recognized that need in you to procreate. You have realized it is not just work, work and work for you. The good thing about having a baby at 30 is that at this age you already have the minimum of what it takes to be a parent. Financially, you may be stable, and you have that wisdom to counsel your children later on.

So if you are 30, here is some advice you might need if you want to be pregnant fast.

Live a Healthy Lifestyle

You should be fit for you to conceive. Women who have a BMI of greater than 30 and are considered overweight have a hard time in getting themselves pregnant. You should keep yourself within healthy weight. Exercise regularly. Keeping yourself fit will surely keep your menstrual cycle regular. Also, don't forget taking vitamin and mineral supplementation because it is not only you who will need it but your future baby!

Bond with your man

Intimacy is important in every relationship. Now is an important phase in your relationship as a couple a prelude to pregnancy and parenting. This is the time for you and your man to get intimate more and enjoy romantic days together. Now is also the time for rekindling your sex life. So enjoy while the moment lasts!

Cut caffeine and alcohol

If you want to get pregnant, you have to cut on your caffeine and alcohol intake. This may be a bit hard for you because you must have made coffee your companion for about 10 years and maybe alcohol has been your companion during your party with fiends. Yet, if you want to conceive soon , you have to stop caffeine intake. Caffeine inhibits the absorption of folic acid. A lack of folic acid in a pregnant woman gives rise to a lot of congenital defects, miscarriage and stillbirths.

Don't work too hard

If you have been working hard like a horse for the past 10 years, now is the time to go slow. Weigh down your priorities. Stress is associated with infertility, miscarriages and congenital defects.

Talk to a doctor

If you have been trying hard for 2 years but still have not gotten pregnant, you need to consult your medical doctor for fertility work-up. The doctor will run a series of tests on you and your partner so that you will know whether there are abnormalities or hormonal imbalances in either of the partners.