Improving fertility for women naturally is not an impossible undertaking. It will require some knowledge on your part to make the most progress. The following three items on this checklist can enable you to maximize your efforts towards conception.
Don’t Wait Too Long
You’ve heard, we’re sure, plenty of stories about how women have been able to have babies later on in life. Most often, it’s about celebrities who have managed to conceive in their mid to late-40s. But these stories are often missing one key aspect: these celebs actually often went to very expensive fertility experts and spent countless dollars on getting pregnant, typically veering away from the natural approach that’s intended with Yad Tech’s array of marvelous supplements. According to Dr. Roger Lobo, an expert on reproductive medicine at Columbia University Medical Center, by the time most women reach the age of 40-years-old, their ability to conceive naturally can decrease by as much as 50 percent or more. In essence, there’s truly no time like the present.
Avoid Sexual Products Like Lubricants
Sometimes it may be tempting to add something to the mix in the bedroom to encourage more intimacy in attempts to have sex more frequently, resulting in pregnancy. However, experts tend to lean the other direction on using these or any other physically altering products, even if they are mild. Douches, for example, can alter the PH of a vagina, and actually can result in killing off more sperm as opposed to helping them reach the egg. The same can be said for sexual lubricants, which have been demonstrated in various studies to hinder sperm motility and even cause the death of sperm in rare cases.
Know Your Precise Window
Stop guessing about when you are ovulating, and instead know for sure. The standard 28-day cycle says that you subtract 14 days and there’s your window. But not necessarily, because some women have a 32-day cycle and others have an even different one. Instead, talk to your doctor and consider getting a medical test to know your exact ovulation window. Alternatively, you can use an over-the-counter ovulation test that can be found at most major drugstores.
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