Trying to get pregnant
First and foremost you should start trying without putting pressure upon yourself or your partner.
You are more likely to become pregnant when you are ovulating but whether its this month or next cannot be guaranteed.
have sex every 2 to 3 days without using contraception – make sure sperm enters the vagina
try to have sex around the time you are ovulating – this is usually 12 to 16 days after your last period started
try to maintain a healthy weight, cut down or stop drinking alcohol and do not smoke – it will help if your partner does this too. Take 400mcg of Folic Acid tablets daily.
See a GP if:
you have been trying to get pregnant for over 1 year and have not been successful
you have a long term condition such as diabetes and want advice about pregnancy
There is a risk of passing on a condition such as sickle cell disease to your baby
you regularly take medicines and want to get pregnant – some medicines can affect a pregnancy
you are 36 years old or over and want to get pregnant
PersonalChemist is available free during your pregnancy Term. Send your request to our experienced Pharmacists and have your questions answered.
PersonalChemist.com offers support and consultation during pregnancy. We recognise that it’s a special time and it should have the least difficulties. Safety data for pregnancy is far more comprehensive.
We also offer listening support and encourage healthy, light-hearted atmosphere during pregnancy. We are working with our partners to create a handy guide.
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