Fertility simply refers to a couple's chances of fetching pregnant. If you are fertile, than there is a good chance that you will turn out to be pregnant at some point in time. Though pregnancy may not happen right away if both a man and a woman are fertile, they will conceive a child finally. Certain factors play a key role in determining fertility.
The process of increasing a female's fertility in not a complicated one, however, it can from time to time involve some theatrical lifestyle changes. Below are 10 ways to naturally increase a woman's fertility and ultimately her chances of becoming pregnant. There are many different reasons for poor female fertility. Luckily, there are many helpful ways to improve it. Refer to the steps below to get started.
Female Age - Egg Issues
• Successful pregnancy outcome is very much related to female age when using the woman's own eggs. • When donor eggs are being used, the age of the egg donor is the important issue. • With egg donation, the age of the receiver woman has very little impact on the chance for successful pregnancy. • Therefore, the age of the egg is very significant, but the age of the uterus is not.
Male Age and Fertility: - The age of the male partner does not appear to matter much when it comes to fertility. Reasons for this include: • All of a woman's eggs are present at birth. They can not divide or be "resupplied", whereas sperm are produced constantly after puberty in men. • Eggs age over time, while new sperm are constantly coming off the production line. • Sperm from older men can have a reduced fertilizing potential as compared to younger men. However, this tends to be an all or none effect. If the sperm can fertilize eggs - we generally don't see poor embryo quality due to reduced sperm quality. • Sometimes older men have less interest in frequent intercourse, which can be a factor.
Natural Ways to Improve Your Female Fertility: -
• Improve your diet. Eating high-quality foods in the correct quantity is important. Eating organic foods will ensure that you do not ingest pesticides and other green poisons that could impact your reproductive health. • Eliminate alcohol completely from you diet. You can reduce your fertility by half if you drink any alcohol at all. • Eliminate caffeine from your diet three months prior to and during your attempts to conceive. • Stop smoking. Smoking is definitively linked to infertility in both men and women. • Keeping your body hydrated at all times is important for every aspect of fertility including aiding in vitamin absorption, cleansing the body from fertility-inhibiting toxins, and warding off dehydration. It's also necessary for optimizing your cervical mucus which is what protects and nourishes sperm until it reaches the egg. • Reduce stress. Stress has an effect on both male and female fertility. • Time sex to occur during the most fertile periods of your cycle. There are only a few days a month when a female can get pregnant, so being aware of when you are most fertile. • Consider your weight. Being overweight or underweight can cause problems for women when they are trying to conceive.
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