My doc with my husband had a relationship once a week on Monday only because another day was busy at work, and initially there was no plan to get pregnant so after I was in a hurry, BAK, and until now I wasn’t pregnant, what about doc?
Hello Maderta, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Pregnancy is indeed something that can be planned because it is quite influenced by several external factors in helping it happen. Not the occurrence of a pregnancy in a fast period of time immediately after marriage is not a major reference to determine whether a woman / man experiences infertility.
If you see sexual activity as you described above, indeed these activities can reduce the possibility of pregnancy. If you currently feel that you are quite prepared to undergo a pregnancy, then there are some suggestions that you can do to increase the likelihood of the pregnancy occurring such as:
Have regular sex that is about 3-4x in one week
Avoid washing your feminine area immediately after finishing sex
Do exercise regularly and regularly at least 30 minutes a day and try not to overdo it
Eating enough nutritious and balanced food every day, especially those containing folic acid
Maintain body weight so that it is always ideal
Avoid excess stress
Increase consumption of vegetables and fruit
Avoid consuming caffeinated beverages / foods
Avoid cigarettes and alcoholic drinks (both for you and your husband)
Conduct further consultations with an obstetrician-gynecologist to determine how your and your husband's fertility conditions are and to determine what kind of pregnancy program is right for you and your husband
I hope this helps.