Take Charge of Your Fertility

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I am a firm believer in taking charge of your health. That means you should also take charge of your fertility. If you have been trying to get pregnant for a year of actively trying, you may be considered infertile by the medical community, but not by me!

I have known many patients who have made simple lifestyle changes which resulted in a healthy pregnancy.

So, again Take Taking Charge of Your Fertility!

Medically, most infertility problems in women stem from ovulation issues. That is why I advocate charting your cycles to determine exactly when you are ovulating.

While the medical community might diagnose specific conditions, you have a responsibility to get yourself healthy so that you have the best possible chance of getting pregnant and giving your baby a healthy start.

Go to Tips on getting pregnant for some specific lifestyle changes you can make to optimize your chances of Getting Pregnant. Clean up your diet! I'm talking about those extras that you can live without for now. Stop junk food, sodas, coffee, tea (except herbal) and chocolate. Excess dairy is also a health risk. So, stop ice cream for now.

At the top of this page there is a link to the Fertility Diet. Make some changes and keep that baby in your mind as an inspiration.

Smoking and drinking pose considerable risk to a new fetus. They are also inhibitors of conception. If it is impossible to stop, then learn to cut way back.

If you really want to get pregnant, give yourself the gift of health.

There are many books on the subject. I have articles on this site to help you to get pregnant.

Dr. Christine Strong, NMD

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