One of the most common misconceptions people have about pregnancy is that it’s something that happens quickly and spontaneously as soon as the couple starts trying. In reality, pregnancy can happen the first time you have sex or after you’ve been trying for months and even years.
Many couples today put off conceiving until they are established in their careers, have their own homes, and feel financially and emotionally ready to take on the responsibilities of rearing a child.
Many perfectly healthy women find themselves incapable of getting pregnant. They wonder what they’re doing wrong. They begin scouring the internet looking for reasons and answers for why they aren’t able to get pregnant.
For some people, they can conceive within the first month. For the rest of us, there’s a mixture of luck and learning involved. Although we can’t help you with the luck (besides wishing you well) we’re here to give you some advice on how to conceive as soon as possible.
Most couples who want to become parents begin by looking for ways to increase their chances of getting pregnant. Although it takes the average couple around six months to conceive, the excitement of wanting the baby can make you want to change your lifestyles right now.
After many attempts at getting pregnant and failing, it’s easy to slip into thinking you’re a failure, or that something is wrong with you or your partner.
Soon enough, you’re down that mental rabbit-hole questioning yourself. “Will we ever be able to have a child?” or “Is there something terribly wrong with me that can’t be fixed?”