When you start actively trying to get pregnant, you probably want it to happen as quickly as possible. But even if it doesn’t, there’s generally nothing to worry about. In general, most healthy couples conceive within one year of starting to try.
For most people, getting pregnant is a matter of timing and luck, but there are some things you can consider doing to help support healthy fertility. Before you start trying to conceive, have a chat with your healthcare provider. Discuss your diet, exercise, medications, vaccinations, and other aspects of your lifestyle to find out if they may affect your chances of getting pregnant.
Did you know that many couples try to conceive at the wrong time in the woman’s cycle? To maximize your partner’s chances of getting pregnant in any one cycle, you might want to learn how to determine her peak fertility days.
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