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Do certain diets help increase fertility?

You can find a diet to help just about anything these days. However, there is no research to support the claim that a diet can help you increase your fertility – there are no magic foods that will help you get pregnant!
The best thing you can do if you are trying to get pregnant is to keep your weight at a healthy level and make sure you are eating adequate calories each day.
Having too much body fat and having too little body fat are equally damaging to fertility. It’s best to simply maintain a body weight that is healthy for your height and frame.
Try to eat a healthy diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables. Additionally, make sure to take a folic acid tablet each day, since women of child bearing age tend to be deficient in this mineral. You can begin taking a prenatal vitamin now, while you are trying to conceive.
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The best timing for pregnancy testing is once you miss your period.
Ectopic pregnancies are fertilized eggs which implant themselves outside of the uterus. They must be terminated and can indicate future fertility issues.
Ovulation is the period during which you can conceive. Tracking ovulation can be tricky, but you can increase your chances of conceiving through math, prediction kits, or simple scientific observation.
Implantation bleeding is not a common experience, but some women do report small amounts of blood with or without cramping roughly a week or less before their anticipated period.
Pregnancy tests are only as good as the execution. Read all instructions to avoid getting inaccurate results on a home pregnancy test.
The best over the counter kits measure luteinizing hormone (LH).
There are many things that you can do to increase your chances of getting pregnant.
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Taking care of your body before and during pregnancy
Ovulation occurs just about two weeks after the first day of your period.



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