Your 6-Step Plan To Get Pregnant Faster

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Your 6-Step Plan To Get Pregnant Faster

Ready to be pregnant now? You’ll want to put some planning behind your babymaking. Follow these tips to help you conceive more quickly.

  • 1: First Thing First: Do Away With Your Birth Control Pills Ahead of Time:

Birth Control Pills | DR. SEYIBirth control pills are among the most popular pregnancy prevention tools for women. They may also be used to help treat acne and uterine fibroids. The pill works by delivering hormones that prevent an egg from being fertilized.

There are different types of pills with varying amounts of hormones. For pregnancy prevention, the pill has a high efficacy rate when taken every day, and at the same time of day.

The question is, what happens when you stop taking the pill? The answer ultimately depends on where you are in your menstrual cycle.

If you stop taking the pill in the middle of your pack, you could get pregnant right away.

After you’ve been using birth control for awhile, it may take your body a few cycles to start ovulating regularly and be primed for pregnancy. Plus, this gives you time to track your cycle to figure out exactly when you ovulate (step #2), which is key for timing your baby-making.

Just remember: Once you stop using birth control, you can get pregnant at any time!

  • 2: Spot Out Your Fertile Days:

Your Fertile Days | DR. SEYINo matter how often you and your partner get horizontal, if you skip the key days out of the month when your egg is raring to go, you won’t get pregnant. The biggest mistake my patients make is not knowing exactly when they ovulate.

Today, most doctors recommend using ovulation predictor kits (OPKs) for a more accurate measure of ovulation. Though you can still use basal body temperature (BBT) charting, OPKs give you advance warning that your egg is about to be released, so you can plan accordingly. OPKs work by detecting a surge in luteinizing hormone (LH) in your urine, which occurs about 36 to 48 hours before you ovulate.

There are two basic types of OPKs available: Those you use only around the week before you ovulate (these are better for women with very regular cycles, since you need a rough idea of when you ovulate to know when to start using the kit) and those you use every day of the month (a better choice for women with less regular cycles; they’re also a bit pricier).

FYI: For the most approximate way to determine when you ovulate, subtract 14 from the length of your cycle.

  • 3: Go For Sex Before You Ovulate:

Those hardy sperm can stick around in your uterus and Fallopian tubes for two to three days, but your egg only lasts for 12 to 24 hours after it’s released. So having sex before you ovulate boosts the chances that there’ll be sperm around to greet your egg as soon as it debuts.

For a typical 28-day cycle (where you ovulate on day 14), here’s what you’ll do:

* Start having sex a few times a week as soon as your period ends. Getting busy that often ensures you won’t miss your most fertile time, especially if your cycle length varies from month to month.

* Make a point to have sex every other day starting around day 10.

* When you have a positive result on your OPK (around day 12), have sex that day and the next two days — these are your primo days out of the month to conceive.

Best Sex Position for Pregnant Fast | DR. SEYI 4: Dos This & Don’ts Do That In Your Sex Session:

What really works and what’s purely the stuff of old wives’ tales is somewhat debatable.

Do This:

* Lie on your back after sex. The vagina naturally slopes downward, resting on your back after sex allows sperm to pool there, which gives them an edge in swimming toward your egg. Should you keep your legs elevated, too? It can’t hurt, but it probably doesn’t help any more than lying down does.

* Have sex before bed. Though some sources report that sperm count is highest in the morning, the truth is that there’s no optimal time of day to have sex. However, doing so before you hit the hay is an easy way to ensure you stay on your back afterward.

* Keep it vanilla(ish). While there’s no single sex position that’s best for baby making (or for choosing your baby’s sex), stick to one where you’ll be on your back when it’s over.

Don’t Do That:

* Use lube to give sperm a leg up. Some people may think that a lubricant may help sperm move more quickly, but the truth is that this can actually hinder your pregnancy efforts. Many formulas may alter the pH balance in the vagina and decrease sperm mobility.

* Worry if you don’t have an orgasm. A great perk of satisfying sex, sure, but don’t count on your postcoital bliss to help you get pregnant more quickly. Though some speculate that orgasms boost conception by drawing more sperm into the vagina and uterus, this theory lacks scientific proof.

* Worry about boxers vs. briefs. Because some fertility problems in men stem from a condition where the temperature in the testicles is excessively warm, which affects sperm production, it’s natural to believe that favoring briefs over boxers could hinder conception. However, there’s no good evidence this is true. There’s certainly no downside to sticking with boxers, but it’s unlikely to significantly speed up your pregnancy timeline.

P.S: PERFORMING A FERTILITY CLEANSE IS ONE OF THE BEST FIRST STEPS YOU CAN TAKE IN PREPARATION FOR CONCEPTION AND TO SUPPORT NORMAL HORMONAL BALANCE…Click here to learn more on why you’ll need a fertility cleanse for a successful conception this year!
  • Get Prepared for Test | DR. SEYI5: Get Prepared for Test

The earlier you know you’re pregnant, the sooner you can see your doctor to start prenatal care and make sure your eating, drinking, and other habits are as healthy as possible. Though some of today’s home pregnancy tests allow you to start testing super-early (as soon as 10 days after you ovulate), you’ll get the most accurate results if you wait until the day you expect to get your period.

Home pregnancy tests work by detecting levels of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in your urine. Levels of this hormone, produced by the placenta, continue to rise in early pregnancy. Tests marketed as “early results” or “early response” may be more sensitive at detecting lower levels of hCG earlier.

Testing too early is likely to yield what experts call a “false negative” result — where the test says you’re not pregnant, but you really are. What’s happening is that your body isn’t producing enough hCG yet to be detected by the test. Waiting and testing again a few days after your missed period is likely to turn up the plus sign you’re looking for.

  • Test Is Negative | DR. SEYI6: What You Should Do If the Test Is Negative.

Didn’t get pregnant this month? Don’t panic. Most couples don’t succeed the first time out of the gate (more than half get pregnant by 6 months, about 85 percent by one year). Most likely, you miscalculated your most fertile days, so your partner’s sperm never had the chance to fertilize your egg. Consider switching to a daily OPK if you haven’t already tried it, and get psyched to try again next month.

P.S: PERFORMING A FERTILITY CLEANSE IS ONE OF THE BEST FIRST STEPS YOU CAN TAKE IN PREPARATION FOR CONCEPTION AND TO SUPPORT NORMAL HORMONAL BALANCE…Click here to learn more on why you’ll need a fertility cleanse for a successful conception this year!


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    Helen Nordu

    August 19, 2017 - 6:15 am

    Pls,I was on depo.injections,and this month of August is making it a year since I stopped taking it,but still yet am not pregnant,pls help,what do I do.

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      Dr. Seyi

      August 23, 2017 - 12:53 am

      Hi Helen Nordu, sorry you got this reply a bit late…Well, concerning the Depo-Provera injectable contraceptive that contains progestin for birth control… For some women, it can take up to a year after the last shot to begin having regular periods, but for others it can happen as soon as four months after the last shot…

      Depo-Provera prevents pregnancy in one of three ways: First, it prevents the ovaries from releasing an egg, which is also known as ovulation. Second, it thickens the cervical mucus which acts as a barrier preventing the sperm from reaching the egg. Third, it changes the lining of the uterus preventing implantation.

      Now, if you must experience ovulation that will lead to pregnancy you’ll have to detoxify your reproductive organs from the toxical effects of the contraceptive using this solution by clicking the link below this will purge clean your reproductive organs and make it possible for you to get pregnant again.
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    September 3, 2017 - 11:33 pm

    For me i dot use to see my period or less i use drugs what will do to get pregnant fast

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      Dr. Seyi

      November 14, 2017 - 2:53 pm

      Thank you for contacting us.A through detox program will help your menses flow regularly.
      I know this is a private issues.For further details,Please send a message to
      or Whatsapp 09030057694

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    September 28, 2017 - 2:47 am

    Hello Dr Seyi,
    When I did HSG and Transvaginal scan two months ago, the doctor discovered that my right fallopian tube is blocked and also my husband did sperm test. Which was discovered he had a low sperm counts (he has blood sugar)…So the doctor said I should go on a diet since my weight is much more than my height because am short. Am 34yrs and have never being pregnant in my previous relationship and have being trying to get pregnant with my husband(35yrs) for the past 9months…. Pls advice me

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    September 28, 2017 - 9:34 pm

    Hi good evening. Onyi from PH. Pcos patient according to doctors, had ectopic pregnancy 2013 and lost one of d tubes precisely left. Have been trying 2 get pregnant since then no way. Pls advise. Tnx.

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      February 27, 2018 - 9:28 pm

      I wat to gt prgnt but no period. Wat is d. Solution

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        Jumoke ojo

        August 14, 2019 - 10:24 am

        I want to get pregnant but my period is not coming again, what is the solution

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    October 4, 2017 - 10:03 am

    Good day ma’am. I am happy for this platform because it has make me to understand things about women fertility and infertility. Have been struggling with breast milk discharge for more than 5years. Ignorance didn’t allow me to treat it when I found out then but later went for a hormonal test which shows that my prolactin is very high. I started taking bromocripton for months and went for a retest and it shows that it’s at the normal range(that was 2015 to 2016) but there’s still breast milk discharge. I have stop taking the med since last year even when there’s still discharge. Am just wondering if the med is what I will continue to take before I get pregnant. ( am not married but planning to) don’t really know what to do anymore concerning this breast milk discharge. Thank you..

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    October 11, 2017 - 8:33 am

    Good morning ma that was a good steps but my was a drug I took this pregnancy care conception. Is that ok.

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      Dr. Seyi

      November 14, 2017 - 2:48 pm

      Hello Patience,
      Its good as long as it works for you but if not,try a detox program.
      Thank you for contacting us.A through detox program will enhance your ability to conceive.
      I know this is a private issues.For further details,Please send a message to
      or Whatsapp 09030057694

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