Not Getting Pregnant After More Than 1 Year Of Marriage?
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Hi Ditha, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. First let us discuss starting from your menstrual pattern. Menstruation is a normal monthly cycle experienced by women of reproductive age and is characterized by bleeding from the birth canal. The occurrence of this cycle is not due to the date, but by hormone levels because your body does not know what date it is. Menstruation is called regular if it occurs every 28-35 days and lasts for 3-7 days. So if in your case, your period that shifts 3-4 days is still called normal and regular and therefore, has no effect on pregnancy.
Then back to those of you who haven't had a baby until now, there are several reasons why someone hasn't had a baby yet, including the intensity of sexual intercourse that is not frequent, lifestyle and infertility in husbands, wives or both.
Our advice to you, before trying various ways to have a baby, make sure in advance that neither you nor your partner are infertile through an obstetrician, gynecologist or urologist. If it has been stated by the doctor that you are both infertile, it means that all this time you are not pregnant is only due to probabilities, and only then can you feel at ease doing everything that can increase the chances of getting pregnant.
Among others are:
Have sex 3-4 times a week Exercise regularly Eat nutrient-rich foods such as fruit and vegetables Consume folic acid Avoid smoking, caffeine, alcohol and consumption of meat, raw fish and undercooked eggs
If you want to know more, click the following link to our article about:
Fertility Test Planning Pregnancy Because Not Pregnant
I hope you and your family are always healthy. That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa