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Trying to get pregnant...

does anyone have any suggestions to get pregnant easier? little tricks and whatnot. what really works?


Asked by MommyToJessica at 10:40 AM on Jan. 7, 2009 in Trying to Conceive

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  • girl just have sex every chance you get. mornings, lunch breaks, nigh time. extra fun for you and him too. and when your done prop your butt up on a pillow and put your feet up in the air so the little guys can swim far down, ya know.

    Answer by Kristina.C at 12:31 PM on Jan. 7, 2009

  • If you really want to get down to business, go get the ovulation predictor kit and it will tell you exactly when you are fertile. Wait 24 hrs. before each time you have sex to allow his sperm count to replenish. As long as you get the positive result at a reasonable time in your cycle, (the instructions inside will explain all this,) you should get pregnant quick. If you don't want to buy the kit, have intercourse from day 10 to day 20 (every other day atleast) of your cycle. Remember day 1 is the day you started your period. If you are like clockwork, you should ovulate anywhere around day 14-18. Good luck!

    Answer by hw1977 at 10:55 AM on Jan. 7, 2009

  • welll....i don't really know my cycle anymore. i had a baby 6 months ago. they gave me a depo-shot in the hospital. the doctor told me that one shot is effective for three months, even if my period doesn't start up again, i'm still fertile.

    Answer by MommyToJessica at 11:09 AM on Jan. 7, 2009

  • The vitamins Geritol work.

    Answer by iluvdwc at 11:22 AM on Jan. 7, 2009

  • when you have sex don't move and stay on your back with pillows under your bum so the sperm goes down your vaginal wall and settles. GL

    Answer by melody77 at 11:52 AM on Jan. 7, 2009


    It has all kinds of info about charting and can really help you understand your cycle and when is the best time for you to conceive.


    Answer by DragonRiderMD at 12:18 PM on Jan. 7, 2009