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Trying to get pregnant: Tips for Women

Getting pregnant (conception) occurs when a man's sperm fertilizes a woman's egg, For some women, this happens quickly, but for others, it may take longer.
Trying to get pregnant: Tips for Women
Trying to get pregnant: Tips for Women

Trying to get pregnant: Tips for a quick pregnancy

Of the 100 couples looking for a baby, 80 to 90 become pregnant in a year. The rest will take longer, or you'll need help understanding.

To understand conception and pregnancy, it helps to know a woman's male and female sex organs and understand how a woman's monthly menstrual periods labour.

the menstrual cycle is counted from the first day, Some time after your period will be performed, and then about 12-16 days after that, you will have your next period. 

The best time to get pregnant:

An egg lives about 12-24 hours after release, For pregnancy to occur, the egg must be fertilized by a sperm.

Sperm can live up to 7 days in a woman's body. Therefore, if you had sex in the days before ovulation, the sperm will have had time to travel to the opiates until "wait" until the egg is released.

It's hard to know exactly when ovulation takes place unless you're practicing natural family planning or fertility awareness.

Have frequent sex:

If you want to get pregnant, having sex every 2 or 3 days during the month will give you the best chance.

There's no need to have sex around ovulation.

Male sex organs:

  • The penis: It consists of erectile tissue similar to a sponge that becomes hard when it is full of blood.
  • Testicles: Men have two testicles (glands, where sperm is produced and preserved.
  • Horotum: This is a leather bag outside the body under the penis. It contains the testicles and helps keep them at a constant temperature just below the body temperature, When it is hot, the scrotum hangs from the body to keep the testicles cool. When it is cold, the scrotum approaches, closer to the body for heat.
  • Vas deferens: These are two tubes that carry sperm from the testicles to the prostate and other glands.
  • Prostate: This gland produces secretions that are ejaculated with sperm.
  • Ureeth: This is a tube that runs along the length of the penis from the bladder, through the prostate to an opening at the tip of the penis. Sperm travels along this tube to be ejaculated.

Female sex organs:

A woman's reproductive system consists of external and internal organs. These are located in the pelvic area, the part of the body under the navel.

External organs are called the vulva, These include the opening of the vagina, the inner and outer lips (labia) and the clitoris.

The woman's internal organs consist of:

The pelvis: This is the bone structure around the hip area that the baby passes at birth.

Matrix or uterus: The uterus is approximately the size and shape of a small bulb upside down. It consists of muscles and grows in size as the child grows inside.

Fallopian tubes: These lead from the ovaries to the uterus, the eggs are released every month from the ovaries in the fallopian tubes, and here fertilization is carried out.

Ovaries: there are 2 ovaries, each the size of an almond; produce eggs or eggs. 

Cervix: This is the cervix. It is usually almost closed, with only a small opening through which blood flows during the period of the month. During labour, the cervix (opens) is dated to move the baby from the uterus to the vagina.

Vagina: The vagina is a tube about 8 cm long that leads from the cervix to the vulva, where it opens between the legs, The vagina is very elastic, so it can easily stretch around a man's penis or around a child during labour.

Monthly Women's Cycle:

an egg is released from one of the ovaries, occasionally more than one egg is released, usually within 24 hours of the first egg, the lining of the uterus begins to thicken and mucus in the cervix becomes thinner, so sperm can swim through it more easily.

The egg slowly begins to travel along the opopium tubes. The egg can be fertilized here if there is sperm in the opium. The lining of the uterus is now thick enough to implant the egg after fertilization.

If the egg is not fertilized, it leaves the body during the woman's monthly period, along with the lining of the uterus. The egg is so small it's not visible.

Pregnancy hormones:

Hormones are chemicals that circulate in the blood of men and women. They carry messages in different parts of the body, adapt certain activities, and cause some changes.

Female hormones, which contain estrogen and progesterone, control many of a woman's monthly cycle events, such as the release of ice from the ovaries and thickening of the lining of the uterus.

During pregnancy, hormone levels change. Once you have thought that the amount of estrogen and progesterone in the blood increases. This causes the lining of the uterus to build up, the blood supply to the uterus and chest increases, and the muscles of the uterus relax to make room for the growing baby.

Increasing hormone levels can affect how you feel, You may have mood swings, feel crying, or be slightly irritated For a while, you may feel that you can't control your emotions, but these symptoms should relieve you after the first 3 months of pregnancy. 

Is it a boy or a girl?

Both a woman's sperm and egg play a role in determining a child's sex. Each normal human cell contains 46 chromosomes (23 pairs), with the exception of male sperm and female eggs. Each contains 23 chromosomes.

When a sperm cuts an egg, the father's 23 chromosomes bind to the mother's 23, which is 46 in total.

X and Y chromosomes:

Chromosomes are small filamentous-like structures that each carry about 2,000 genes. Genes determine a child's inherited properties, such as hair and eye color, blood type, height, and construction.

A fertilized egg contains 1 sex chromosome of the mother and 1 of the father, The sex chromosome of the mother's egg is always the same and is called the X chromosome, but the sex chromosome of the father's sperm can be an X or Y chromosome.

If the egg is fertilized by a sperm containing an X chromosome, the child will be a girl (XX), if the sperm contains a Y chromosome, the child will be a boy (XY).

Find out the first signs of pregnancy and where to ask for help if you're having trouble getting pregnant.

If you've chosen a baby, you and your partner should make sure they're both as healthy as possible, including:

  1. a healthy and balanced diet.
  2. don't smoke.
  3. for women, taking a folic acid supplement.
  4. You should also be aware of the risks of alcohol during pregnancy.
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