Basal Body Temperature
Mapping of basal body temperature is very useful for women who do not know if they are ovulating. Mapping gives women the best chance to conceive by maximizing the sperm present when the egg is released. The basal body temperature is the body temperature of a person taken in the early morning after several hours of sleep and before any activity, including getting out of bed or talking; often mapped to determine the timing of ovulation.
Here's what you need to do, take your temperature in the morning and write it on a map. Your goal is to see a change of at least 0.4 degrees Fahrenheit after ovulation. Which means showing low temperatures before ovulation in the follicular phase and higher after ovulation in the luteal phase. For most women, 96 to 98 degrees is normal before ovulation and 97 to 99 degrees after ovulation.
Some people will not have temperature rises when they ovulate. The temperature change can occur two to three days after ovulation. From here it is a little too late to try to have sex to get a pregnancy.
You should start taking several vitamins, make sure that it contains folic acid. Stop smoking, you do not need to smoke while you are pregnant so go ahead and stop now. Stay away from alcohol. Alcohol is not good for you or your baby. Eat enough calories. Being underweight or consuming a low calorie diet can make you lose your menstrual cycle. Make it a habit to eat healthy and healthy foods and stop eating sweets. This will help you get pregnant.
Do not use lubricant
Many over-the-counter lubricants are not suitable for sperm, they hurt or kill sperm motility and should not be used while you are trying to get pregnant. A non-harmful lubricant is vegetable oil.