June 23, 2013
How to Conceive Baby in Middle Age
Posted by alissa kind at 11:26 PM
Try to Conceive as soon as you can
The longer that you wait the smaller your chance will be to get pregnant. If you are already middle aged, it is time you get set to conceive before you run out of your chance.
Take Prenatal Vitamins
Prenatal vitamins increase one’s chances of remaining pregnant if you successfully conceive.
Purchase an Ovulation Test Kit
Grab an ovulation test kit to know what the best time that you can pregnant in is. Once your ovulation test tells you that you are likely to ovulate in the following 24 hours, have sexual intercourse every day for the next two to three days. The sperm cells should be remain in the fallopian tube at the time of ovulation because the egg cells live only for a short period of time compared with the sperm cells.
Test your Progesterone Levels
Ask your doctor to test the progesterone levels once you get pregnant. The level of the progesterone hormone frequently drops in older women and it is important that the women keep producing this hormone to keep the pregnancy going. If your progesterone levels happen to be low, the doctor will give you prescription to increase the progesterone levels.
Do not Wait too Long
Do not try longer than six months to conceive if you are over 35 years. If you do not become pregnant during this time, get an appointment with a gynaecologist, who specialises in infertility to have a few blood tests taken during your menstrual cycle to ensure that you are ovulating and that you are producing enough hormones.
Get your Partner Tested
If everything seems right at your end, get your partner tested. It is not necessary that your difficulties in getting pregnant are because of you.
Take Fertility Drugs
Ask the gynaecologist to enhance your chances of conception by prescribing you fertility drugs. Fertility drugs may help you produce more than one egg during a cycle. The doctor may perform an insemination by virtue of which a washed sperm is placed inside the uterus when you ovulate to increase the chances of getting pregnant.
If you can still not get pregnant, consider getting In Vitro Fertilisation treatment done. This helps the doctor fertilise several of the egg cells.
If every step fails, the only option that you are left with is perhaps adoption. Remember that the risk of having genetic disorders increases with age. Therefore, try to get pregnant as soon as you can.
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