#Pregnancy : When you Need to Seek Help Getting Pregnant
Having given birth to 3 beautiful children, I feel blessed every day that I was able to! Not only are they perfectly healthy and growing well, they are each really great little people. I do know how hard it can be when you are trying to conceive however, and just can't. When we were trying for our third little one, now here with us and healthy, it took longer than expected. Each month I would anxiously wait to see any signs of pregnancy, or if I would skip my monthly. But every time that day came and I knew it didn't happen - I felt discouraged. We had everything we needed all ready to be used again by a new baby, but were just waiting. We finally did conceive after almost a year, and now have our wonderful little Baby A. But I can't imagine having to feel like that for years, which I know many women do. Especially when you just love being a mom! So I thought it would be nice to feature this small blurb about Pregnancy Tips - a great site that offers advice and supplements for couples trying to conceive.
When it comes to getting pregnant, there are sometimes things that stand in the way. There are many things that can affect fertility, including medical history, family history, your partner’s health, your age, environmental factors, your own health, and more. This is why it is always a good idea for both you and your partner to make it a point to visit your doctor before you being trying to conceive.
PregnancyTips.org tells us that women under 35 should try for at least a year to become pregnant on their own, before seeking help from a fertility specialist. Women who are over 35 should seek help from a fertility specialist after trying to conceive for only six months. This is because fertility begins to decline around this time, and time is really of the essence when trying to get pregnant after age 35. Don’t forget to make a doctor’s appointment before you begin trying to conceive.
Although we have decided to stop having children now at age 30, most families nowadays are just starting to have babies at that point in their lives. The great news is that there is science backing up so many great ways to try to conceive naturally now before having to undergo major in-office fertility treatments.
Have you ever had problems conceiving? Are you or did you start your family later on in life? How did it go? Let me know below and be sure to give Pregnancy Tips a visit if you want more information on conception an/or conception supplements :)