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When you're trying to get pregnant, you have a lot of different concerns. Perhaps you are concerned with what time of year you want to have your baby, or how long it's going to take you to get pregnant, or maybe you have specific health concerns that are making you wonder whether you're going to have a problem getting pregnant. Maybe you're just concentrating on your own dreams of what your family will look like - whether you'll have a boy or a girl, or if there's any chance you can have twins. The best way to address all of the questions is to have as much information as possible.

Knowing When is The Best Time


If you are healthy and have no complicating factors, then trying to get pregnant fast is largely a matter of knowing your cycle well and timing things properly. That being said, it is important that you and your partner are trying regularly, and the most successful couples report having intercourse three times a week while they're trying to get pregnant in order to increase their chances.


This is because you can't always be certain that ovulation takes place on a specific date. If you want to know exactly when you are ovulating, invest in an ovulation predictor kit.


These are available at your local pharmacy, and they monitor the level of LH hormone in your system and pinpoint the prime time for you to try to conceive.


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Gender Selection IS Possible Too


If rather than worrying about exactly when you'll get pregnant, your concern is about whether you will have a girl or a boy, you would be surprised about exactly how much control you can have over the gender of your child.


While the woman's egg uniformly carries X chromosomes, the man's sperms contain an X, or girl chromosome, and a Y, or boy chromosome. There are many things that you can do, from altering the foods you eat, to changing the sexual position you use, to scheduling the exact timing of your intercourse in relation to your ovulation that will make the environment of your uterus more welcoming to either the male or female sperm.


If you're wondering how to conceive a girl, you need to try to conceive a couple of days before ovulation, giving the faster but weaker male sperm time to die out. If you want to know how to have a boy, then you should have intercourse as close to the time of your ovulation, or immediately afterwards, as possible so that the quick-swimming male sperm arrive at the optimum time for fertilization.

What To Do If You Have PCOS


If your questions about trying to get pregnant are a result of having been diagnosed with a fertility problem such as
PCOS, or polycystic ovarian disease, your road to getting pregnant may be more challenging.


PCOS has an impact on your ovulation, and is one of the most common causes of infertility. Because your fertile times are more unpredictable, it makes it more difficult to time things properly, and you will probably need to go on a medication like metformin to control your insulin and reduce the number of androgens in your system, or Clomid, which will help control your hormones and stimulate ovulation.


If taking these medications don't help, your physician will be able to help you with other interventions, including in vitro fertilization, as well as medications that can help head off your risk of complications once you do get pregnant, and help you carry a healthy baby to full term.