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Over the past five years, Oova has helped countless women take control of their fertility.
Did you know? The chances of getting pregnant in your early 30s are nearly identical to those in your 20s.
If you're currently in your 30s, you don’t need to panic about conception. Instead, focus on creating healthy habits to boost your fertility and increase your chances of conceiving.
Here are 8 tips to help you feel, look, and be your absolute best on your preconception journey, no matter your age.
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It's well-established that drinking and smoking during pregnancy carry serious risks for an unborn baby. Remember that once you get a positive pregnancy test result back, you’re already considered (at least) four weeks pregnant, so removing these unhealthy habits as soon as possible is a good idea.
Most health professionals recommend quitting smoking and drinking three months before trying to conceive to eliminate as many risks as possible.
Getting to a healthy weight for your body ensures that your weight won't affect your hormones or reproductive cycle. But what does a healthy weight look like for you? Rather than relying on BMI — a metric that doesn't consider details about age, sex, bone structure, and fat distribution — talk to your doctor if you're unsure where your overall health stands.
You’ve probably heard this many times by now, but the food you eat truly does impact your health in a significant way, and fertility is no exception.
In general, you want to eat an overall healthy diet. Focus on getting enough lean protein, healthy fats, and complex carbohydrates to sustain your energy. And while there isn’t a special diet you must follow, here are a few tips that may help boost your fertility:
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Whether stress directly affects fertility is debatable, but one thing is certain, stress is likely to reinforce unhealthy habits that can affect your ability to get pregnant. Here are a few examples.
It’s impossible to eliminate stress completely, especially when you are worried about conceiving. However, find ways to reduce your stress as much as possible. Make time for the things you love to do and prioritize rest.
If you find yourself constantly on the go, schedule rest into your calendar.
Although Sex Ed made it seem like you were bound to get pregnant if you had unprotected sex, it’s not as easy as you think.
>>Oova insight: A majority of couples take three months or longer to get pregnant using natural family planning methods.
The best chance of pregnancy is when sex happens 1-2 days before ovulation. The best way to uncover your ovulation period is by tracking your cycle. There are various methods, but one of the most accurate ways is by monitoring your hormone levels.
Oova is designed to help you track your fertility window and ovulation by monitoring your LH and progesterone levels. Oova tells you exactly what actions you need to take and when. Start your conception journey with your Oova kit.
Exercise has many benefits: it can strengthen your body, boost your mood, and reduce stress and anxiety.
How does exercise related to pregnancy? Movement can be a helpful fertility boost, and exercise can benefit your overall health. But just how much exercise should you do if you're trying to conceive?
Social media likes to glamorize hustle culture and productivity, but an overly busy and stressed lifestyle often leads to emotional and physical health problems.
Health professionals continue to stress the importance of sleep because sleep deprivation can lead to irregular cycles and low sex drive — two aspects that are incredibly important for conception.
How much should you be sleeping? What works for every person is different, but generally, should strive to get more than 7 hours of sleep, but less than 9 hours.
Eating a healthy diet is vital to getting enough nutrients. However, it’s good to supplement with high-quality vitamins to fill any nutritional gaps.
The most important things to look for are folic acid, calcium, iodine, and iron.
Taking prenatal vitamins before conception will give your body time to prepare for the pregnancy.
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Preconception care is essential for both you and your baby. Taking care of your body early sets the stage for a healthy pregnancy, and preconception care can reduce the risk of miscarriage and improves pregnancy outcomes.
If you and your partner are considering starting a family, implementing the healthy habits above is an excellent place to start.
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