Ultrasound Results For The Pregnant Program?
sorry i want to ask … for uteras rf uk. 7,19 x 3,9×4,3, including normal size ?? because I’m promil..thank you
Hello Ocat, Thank you for the question.
Having a baby is the desire of every married couple. However, not all married couples easily get a baby. This difficulty can be caused by various factors. The size of the uterus that you mentioned is normal. However, so a woman can get pregnant not only based on the condition of the uterus but also other organs such as the vagina, cervix, fallopian tubes, and ovaries. In addition, the role of reproductive hormones is also very influential. Furthermore, aside from women, the health of the male reproductive organs must also be in good condition, especially the quality of the sperm.
If you are planning a pregnancy, please find out about your fertile period. The fertile period is the time around the time of ovulation, which is the time when a mature egg is released into the fallopian tube. After ovulation, the egg must be fertilized immediately by sperm because this egg only lasts for 24 hours. Therefore, intercourse must be done at this time so that sperm can meet with the egg and develop into a fetus. In addition, you are also advised to do the following tips to increase the chance of pregnancy:
having sex for 2-3 times every week. Relationships should also be done more often to swallow the fertile period, at least once a day
implementing a healthy lifestyle and diet by consuming nutritious food, exercising regularly but not too much, getting enough rest, and maintaining an ideal body weight
consumption of folic acid supplements
Avoid smoking and consuming alcoholic beverages
avoid using vaginal lubricants
Do not hesitate to consult an obstetrician immediately if you have tried regular intercourse for 1 year but have not been given a baby. The doctor will examine you and your husband to find the cause so that the right treatment can be given so that it can support the occurrence of pregnancy. Do not hesitate to discuss further with the doctor if you still have questions so that the doctor can provide clearer information.
Hopefully this information helps you, yes.