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Natural Ways to Increase Fertility

If it’s taking you longer than you expected to conceive, then you’ll be looking for ways to increase your fertility. Mainstream medical interventions can be intrusive and uncomfortable, while even the most straightforward fertility drugs come with side effects you may wish to avoid.

It makes sense to try all the natural ways to increase fertility that you can before you start to use methods with more potential for discomfort, even if they are effective. Today OvuSense is here to guide you through some of the most effective options.

Timing Conception

If there’s one thing you need to be doing to increase your fertility without medical intervention, it’s tracking when you ovulate. If you know when you’re next going to ovulate, you can target your attempts to conceive on that key event. If you’re trying to get pregnant in the few days before you ovulate, or the day after, then the sperm can survive long enough to encounter that egg and potentially fertilise it, therefore beginning the pregnancy process. Each egg is only fertile for a maximum of 24 hours so if you miss an ovulation, you’ve missed a chance to conceive. This is even more vital if you suffer from PCOS or any other condition that causes you to ovulate irregularly, and less frequently – you have fewer opportunities to get pregnant, so need to capitalise on the ones you do have.

OvuSense identifies and predicts when you ovulate by measuring your basal body temperature. This is a method of tracking ovulation that’s not affected by hormone disruption, making it a good option for people with PCOS. Our fertility monitor doesn’t just take your temperature: it also processes it to create a prediction of your next fertile window, so you can give yourself the natural fertility boost of trying at the best possible time.

Diet and Exercise

The best things you can do to boost your fertility naturally are often the most simple: rather than buying lots of expensive supplements, simply adding more leafy green vegetables to your diet can give your body a much needed dose of some of the most important vitamins for the male and female reproductive systems.

Doctors also recommend moderate exercise for women trying to conceive. This isn’t advice meant just for those who rarely visit the gym: if your typical workout routine is extremely taxing you may wish to switch to one that puts less strain on your body, to give yourself the best chance for conception success.

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