How To Get Pregnant In 3 Months Naturally

I know when my husband and I decided to start a family, we somehow imagined that it would happen right away! I mean we’d spent so long trying not to be pregnant that it would all be easy…wouldn’t it? However, it wasn’t quite like that and at the very beginning, it is probably more feasible to mentally prepare yourself for a longer timescale. Although around 35%-40% of couples will get pregnant in 3 months, it can take up to 18 months for 90% of normal couples to conceive.

If you are hoping to get pregnant in 3 months, there are a few things you can do to boost your chances. Although it is feasible, you need to remain relaxed and accept that it may take longer.

Firstly, make sure that you are both eating a healthy diet which, as far as possible, includes a good range of fresh fruits and vegetables. Do not eat foods which have been processed or which contain additives-In other words try to stick to foods which are as close to their natural state as possible. Consider taking a nutritional supplement. There are many supplements sold which cater precisely for women who are trying to become pregnant and there are others which are made particularly for men. This will ensure that you are not missing out on any important nutrients which are vital for fertility, such as selenium and zinc.

Cut out harmful substances such as tobacco and any illegal drugs. In addition, ensure that any over the counter meds are suitable for couples trying to conceive and take care that you do not have too many drinks which are high in caffeine.

If you are hoping to get pregnant in 3 months, you will need to know just when you are ovulating. Ovulation happens 14 days prior to your period and unless your menstrual cycle is as regular as clockwork, you may wish to use an ovulation predictor kit. Once you know when you are ovulating, have intercourse for around 2-3 days before, and on the day and the day following ovulation.

If you are wanting to become pregnant within a short timescale, there is no doubt that following a plan which has sensible recommendations can only be beneficial. If time is of the essence, you may want to consider using a tried and tested method which is designed to help couples conceive quickly.

Pregnant Women Can Find Relief Using Rebounder Mini Trampolines

Many people agree that the rebounder is the best trampoline to use in general, but according to many websites, rebounders should not be used during pregnancy. This overall recommendation may not take into consideration those instances in which it is perfectly acceptable to use a rebounder. The judgment about whether or not a rebounder is safe during pregnancy should be made on a case-by-case basis. Women who are considering using a rebounder must consult their doctors before beginning. With some pregnant women, rebounding becomes the ideal exercise method. By listening to their bodies and paying close attention to intensity and comfort, they can monitor their condition throughout their exercise.
The intensity level of the workouts during pregnancy is dependent on the intensity level of the womanas pre-pregnancy workouts. Athletic women who had high-intensity and high-frequency workouts before their pregnancies will probably be able to tolerate high-intensity and high-frequency workouts during pregnancy.
Rebounding during pregnancy has some health benefits besides keeping the mother active. It can help relieve incontinence and improve circulation to all parts of the body as well as to the baby. Another benefit is that, unlike most forms of exercise, using the best trampoline puts less pressure on the joints. Joint swelling and pain is a common problem for pregnant women and most exercise only exacerbates the problem.
When using the rebounder mini trampoline, pregnant women should begin with caution. Begin gently, without clearing the mat. Wear good exercise shoes or go barefoot. When getting off of the rebounder, be careful to avoid injury or harming the baby.
Pregnant women can do a few specific exercises on the rebounder to remain fit and healthy as well as to relieve some pain. The simple apelvic rocka exercise is a gentle movement during which the woman sits cross-legged on the rebounder and rocks side to side.
Using the aback archa, pregnant women can find relief from lower back pain. In this exercise, the women gets on the rebounder, moves to her hands and knees, and arches her back like cat. She arches her back as high as she can, then lowers her belly as low as she is able.
Some pregnant women can also use light (up to three pounds) free weights strapped to their wrists. The weights are used while the woman completes simple squat exercises. The woman should use caution during squats because as she comes out of the squat the mat will agivea, unlike a floor. It can take a little getting used to, but it is a good exercise in maintaining balance.
Rebounders, the best trampolines, can be perfectly fine for use during pregnancy. To be sure, any pregnant woman should check with her doctor before beginning to use one. While exercising, it is important to be alert for any negative effects, such as nausea, dizziness, increased body temperature, heart palpitations, pain in the chest of abdomen, or vaginal bleeding. Each of these symptoms can be dangerous and should be taken seriously. Using a rebounder can be a relaxing and fun way to stay fit and healthy while pregnant.

Chiropractic For Healthy Pregnancy And Optimal Delivery

Chiropractic has an irrefutable role in the management of pregnancy. Expecting parents tend to read books about what to expect once the baby arrives, but few truly prepare themselves about the birth. They rely on their obstetrician to give them the information they need.

Obstetricians are surgical specialists, and their conversations with parents tend to be about the possibility of risks and pain, instilling fear in the parents and therefore ensuring the need for medical intervention. It has been shown that the less medical intervention the less risks and the less pain the mother and baby experience. Women become programmed to fear childbirth and are not empowered to rely on and trust their own instinctive abilities.

A chiropractor trained in the care and management of pregnant women educate women with information about how wonderful and ecstatic an experience the birthing process can be and encourage women to understand just how intuitively capable they are to give birth.

Three areas of pregnancy chiropractic addresses are:

The production and distribution of hormones

Pelvic & spinal alignment & position of baby for delivery

A reduction in the need for intervention

The Production and Distribution of Hormones in Pregnancy

The progression of pregnancy is controlled by the orchestration of hormones. The right hormone, at the right time, in the right amount allows a normal progression throughout pregnancy. The wrong hormone, at the wrong time, in an inappropriate amount can be the cause of a variety of problems. It is the nervous system that controls and coordinates the proper production and distribution of these hormones. Chiropractic adjustments relieve the nervous system of interference allowing it to effectively and efficiently communicate within the body to produce and distribute the right hormone, at just the right time, in the right amount.

Spinal and Pelvic Alignment In Pregnancy

One of the most common spinal problems in pregnant women is misalignment of the pelvis including the pubic bone. Pelvic misalignment causes changes in ligaments and muscles that support the uterus. It is the tension of these ligaments and muscles and their constricting effect on the uterus which prevents a baby from assuming a vertex or head down position for birth. A very specific adjusting technique was developed by a chiropractor Dr. Larry Webster, that reduces or eliminates uterine constraint due to pelvic misalignment. It is referred to as the Webster Technique or Webster Protocol. Adjusting the pelvis and using nerve reflex points the Webster Protocol relaxes the round ligament that stabilizes the uterus from its connection on the pubic bone thus allowing the baby the freedom to take the optimal head down position for birth.

Reduction in the Need For Intervention at Delivery

Birthing interventions such as; episiotomies, epidurals, spinal blocks and C- sections are seldom in the best interest of the mother or baby but often in the best interest of the caregiver or the professional assisting the birth. When the mother’s body is prepared and not rushed or delayed and she is awake and alert she can participate in the complex dance of contractions and relaxation. When the brain is able to communicate through a healthyand clear nervous system it coordinates the actions of muscles and hormones allowing changes in tissues as the birth progresses and seldom is an episiotomy necessary.

The drugs used in epidurals are powerful enough to numb and often paralyze the mother’s lower body. The epidural and spinal block drugs do pass to the fetus and cause a number of concerns including a change in fetal heart rate resulting in distress and more intervention. Numb pelvic floor muscles can’t guide a baby through the birth canal and often create the need for forceps and vacuum extraction.

Epidural-an injection of a local anesthesia into the space outside of the sheath around the spinal cord numbing sensation nerves and motor nerves as they exit the spinal cord.

Spinal Block- involves the injection of anesthesia directly into the fluid inside the layers of the protective sheaths that surround the spinal cord.

Only a few years ago C-section was considered a risky surgery reserved only for use when it was a matter of saving the baby or mother. Today it has become a birth option as if no risk is involved for mother or baby. Unfortunately many cities in the U.S. have a C-section rate over 50%. Replacing a major surgery for a nature body process does not come without a cascade of complications, problems and the loss of a positive and bonding experience for the mother.