Trying To Get Pregnant? Here Are The Doctor’s Tips

If you’re trying to get pregnant and whatever you do if they fail, the frustration you undergo is understandable.

In most of the cases, the problem of infertility primarily come down as a result of your lifestyle. In view of this, you have  to pay attention to this important aspect of your life and take corrective measures. This change is going to bring results that you have never imagined.

In this following video, Dr. Keith Eddleman and the author of pregnancy for dummies is giving some important tips that may help you fighting the infertility to get pregnant.

Trying To Get Pregnant Tips For Men

Before understanding the best practices for getting pregnant, it’s important to first understand the male’s role in the creation of sperm and the fertilizing of the egg.

Lose extra pounds

Studies have suggested that couples in which the man is overweight or obese and the woman is of normal weight take longer to conceive than couples with no weight problems.

Some research has also shown that being overweight or obese affects a man’s sperm quality, reducing sperm counts and decreasing their ability to swim, as well as increasing damage to genetic material (DNA) in sperm, according to The American Society for Reproductive Medicine.

A recent study found that overweight and obese men were more likely to have low sperm counts or a lack of viable sperm compared with normal-weight men, possibly making it harder for these men to father a child. The researchers suspect that too much body fat may be linked with changes in testosterone and other reproductive hormone levels in men.

Get health conditions under control

Effectively managing chronic medical conditions, such as high blood pressure and diabetes, may improve a man’s chances of getting his partner pregnant, suggests the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. Other medical conditions, such as cystic fibrosis or varicoceles (enlarged veins in the scrotum that cause overheating), may also affect male fertility, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

In addition, some medications used to treat high blood pressure (beta blockers), depression and anxiety (SSRIs), pain (long-term opiates), and an enlarged prostate (finasteride) could have a negative influence on fertility. Supplemental testosterone can also decrease sperm production.

Some chemotherapy drugs and radiation treatments for cancer can cause permanent infertility, according to the Mayo Clinic.

A man should speak to his doctor if the medication he is taking might interfere with his ability to father a child.

Eat healthy foods

“The role of diet in male fertility is unclear,” Robins told Live Science.

Even though the science may be inconclusive, it still makes sense for men to eat a variety of healthy foods, including plenty of fruits and vegetables, which are rich sources of antioxidants that may help to produce healthy sperm. Men should also consume fiber-rich foods, healthy monounsaturated fats and moderate amounts of lean protein.

Robins said men frequently ask him whether drinking soda can decrease their sperm counts. He said he tells them there’s no good evidence to support that caffeine has any effect on men’s fertility.

Get regular physical activity

Robins said he encourages men to get regular exercise because it helps reduce stress, makes men feel better about themselves and benefitstheir long-term health.

While being physically active is beneficial, some studies have suggested that overly intense exercising and strenuous training schedules in men, such as triathletes and marathon runners, may be detrimental to their fertility.

Researchers have also looked at whether bike riding can affect sperm, because the sport involves long periods of sitting in a position that increases scrotal temperatures as well as bouncing and vibrations that could cause trauma to the testicles. (A few studies have suggested that long-distance truck drivers may also have more fertility problems for similar reasons as avid male cyclists.)

One study found that men who attended fertility clinics and reported they rode bicycles for at least five hours a week were more likely to have low sperm counts and poor sperm motility compared to men who did other forms of exercise and those who did not exercise.

Other research has suggested that bike riding in men is linked with a higher risk for erectile dysfunction. But there’s little data on whether or not cycling actually impacts sperm function, Robins said. Click Here To Read More!

Conclusion: How to get pregnant fast

If you are trying to conceive for more than two years, I know your pain and suffering. You wait months and years only to be told that “I’m sorry”.

I don’t want to scare you, but…

The delay in treating the root cause weakens reproductive organs and put your health in serious risk.

Vitally important last and final point…

Watch this free video presentation and discover how you can permanently
reverse you or your partner’s infertility naturally and safely within 8 weeks.



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