Infertility is a long and difficult process that is filled with ups and many, many downs. Thankfully, the diagnoses of infertility is not a life sentence, and there are several things that you can do to help boost your fertility. Before trying any fertility treatment, however, always consult with your primary care physician. Your doctor may be able to determine your fertility with one of the various rapid tests available, as well as give you there expert advice.
Simply tracking your monthly cycle is one of the easiest ways to help increase your chance of conceiving. Knowing when you ovulate provides you with a timeframe of when is the best time for intercourse. You can start by purchasing a basal body thermometer and use it to take your temperature each morning. For best results, do this before you get out of bed. Keep track of your temperature and, after a while, you should see a rise in your morning temperature. This will indicate that you are ovulating.
For thousands of years, people all around the world have used herbs to treat a wide array of health issues, such as infertility. The following lists of herbs have shown to have fertility-boosting properties:
• Chaste Tree Berry/Vitex
• Evening Primose Essential Oil
• Red Raspberry Leaf
Don’t Forget the Vitamins
Vitamins are a vital part of everyone’s life. Far too often people don’t get the proper amount of vitamins for a healthy life. There are even certain vitamins that your body needs before pregnancy. These vitamins include:
• Vitamin C
• Vitamin D
• Nitric Oxide
• Folic Acid
• Grapeseed Extract
What you eat can have a direct effect on your fertility level. That is why it is important to improve your diet if you want to boost fertility. For example, you should be consuming two to three servings of yogurt, cheese, low-fat milk or other calcium rich foods. Eating substantial amounts of lean meats, nuts and other protein is another healthy eating habit that can increase fertility. Women who are trying to conceive should aim to eat six or more servings of whole-grains, such as brown rice, whole wheat bread and oatmeal. And no healthy diet would be complete without fruits and vegetables. You should consume at least seven servings a day of fresh fruits and vegetables, such as broccoli, spinach, oranges and kiwi.