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Naturally Assisting Your Chances of Getting Pregnant

For couples that are trying to get pregnant, there can be a lot of stress involved in the situation. Unfortunately, pregnancies don’t always happen exactly when you want them to, but there are natural ways to assist conception methods so that you and your partner can get pregnant when you’re ready.

Be sure to keep your body healthy. When you and your partner are trying to get pregnant, there are many things that can have a negative effect on your fertility that you don’t even know about. While most people are aware that doing things like smoking or drinking a lot of caffeine isn’t helpful, lack of sleep, exercise and high stress can cause problems with conception as well.

Track your ovulation. Figuring out your ovulation cycle is an easier method than most believe it to be and it can benefit couples who are trying to get pregnant. An ovulation monitor is extremely beneficial when you’re trying to have a baby because you will have a much better idea of when the best time to try and conceive will be. Knowing when you’re ovulating can help reduce the stress involved in trying to get pregnant.

Get Nutrients. While most of the vitamins are already found in your body, it is important to do what you can to boost your fertility chances. For example, vitamins like zinc and folate help cell division and promote ovulation.

When you are ready to get pregnant, sometimes your body isn’t ready to cooperate. Finding natural ways to help increase the possibility will allow you to continue to be safe and healthy, as well as reduce some of the stress involved with getting pregnant.

About Helen Denise

Founder, fertility advocator, author, speaker, actor, award-winner and business woman, Helen Denise is all about women’s health. For the past 15 years, she has used her extensive knowledge honed from years of research and experience to focus on her passion. That is, to reach women trying to conceive or searching for a natural family planning solution and give them the tools to understand their unique fertility cycle. Helen’s passion was born out of a near-death experience from an unplanned ectopic pregnancy and a desire to better understand her body. Since 2009, Helen has served as the Founder and CEO of HiLin Life Products, Inc., maker of the innovative, next-generation, clinically tested and FDA approved KNOWHEN® Saliva Ovulation Test and Fertility Monitor App. The company originated the Saliva Ovulation Test category in the U.S and has been featured in TIME, Fox News, The Wall Street Journal, FORBES, Star Ledger, Chicago Tribune, Disney, Yahoo and many other publications. She regularly blogs about issues affecting women’s health. In 2000, Helen Denise started her first business and was the President of MaybeMOM, Inc., a global multi-million dollar, award-winning business. Previously, she held several leadership roles at Zepter International over the course of seven years, starting in her native Russia before migrating to the US as the National Sales Director for the USA and Mexico and leading an organization of over 500 people. While there, she produced over 100 TV shows in three years while also serving as the producer, host and editor of the programs. She fundamentally believes women should not set boundaries on their dreams, let belief, hope and love accompany their life’s journey, and never give up “no matter what!” Helen Denise has won numerous prestigious awards including iParenting, Sharkette Tank, Company Most Likely to Succeed and InovateHer. She holds several product patents and has also appeared in various roles on TV and in film, plus worked behind the scenes in production. Ms. Denise has been a proud citizen of the USA since 2002 and holds a Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering from the Civil Engineering Institute in Moscow Russia, 1982.

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  1. When we wanted to be pregnant it really helped that I changed my diet and stopped drinking so much coffee.
    Nowadays I am struggling with thyroid problems and this apparently makes it harder to conceive. However, many of my friends who also have thyroid issues and take medicine for it have gotten pregnant after a couple months.

  2. Great article! I have two kids and my wife was exemplar during pregnancy so we were fortunate enough to have two healthy boys. Keeping a healthy body and watching what we eat and the nutrients is a huge boost into increasing our chances of getting pregnant.

  3. I needed this I have been trying to get pregnant for the last 4 years and they can’t find a reason why, however I am a heavy coffee drinker, I think its time to start cutting that back, it is worth a try!

  4. Tracking your ovulation really does make a difference. For a long time, we just “tried” very frequently, which did nothing for us. We tried to check ovulation and did the deed, before and during ovulation, and also elevate your bum afterwards. Makes a world of difference!

  5. It’s doubly difficult to get pregnant when there is pressure from relatives. They may not know it, but when we were trying to get pregnant, the stress was getting to us. At that time, we were under the care of a specialist, but then after a while we decided to take a break from it all. And lo and behold, we got pregnant. That was 12 years ago – after four years of being married. Just enjoy the process is what we learned.

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