Getting Your Body IVF Ready

Getting Your Body IVF Ready 2018-01-27T08:30:40+00:00

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Getting Your Body IVF Ready

You want your IVF treatment to be successful the first time. While you have to leave some things to chance, you can boost your chances of success by getting your body ready for IVF. These tips will make it more likely that the embryo will attach to your uterus and that you’ll have a healthy, happy pregnancy.

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Acupuncture relieves stress and addresses various problems that make it difficult to conceive. Schedule some appointments with an acupuncturist before your first IVF treatment. You will feel better and be in the position to have a healthy pregnancy. You don’t have to find an acupuncturist on your own. It’s one of the many services we offer our patients.

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Getting Your Body IVF Ready

You want your IVF treatment to be successful the first time. While you have to leave some things to chance, you can boost your chances of success by getting your body ready for IVF. These tips will make it more likely that the embryo will attach to your uterus and that you’ll have a healthy, happy pregnancy.

Get Acupuncture

Acupuncture relieves stress and addresses various problems that make it difficult to conceive. Schedule some appointments with an acupuncturist before your first IVF treatment. You will feel better and be in the position to have a healthy pregnancy. You don’t have to find an acupuncturist on your own. It’s one of the many services we offer our patients.

Quit Smoking

You might enjoy a smoke now and then, but it’s time to stop so you can focus on your IVF treatment. Smoking hurts your health and makes it more difficult to conceive. Plus, you will need to stop when you get pregnant, so you might as well get a head start. You will feel so much better when you put those cigarettes down and put all of your attention on starting a new family.

Cut Down on Alcohol

The impact alcohol has on fertility is still unknown. However, if you’re going to be in tip-top shape for your IVF treatment, you need to stop drinking or at least slow down. Alcohol can impact your ability to get a restful night’s sleep, and that hurts your overall health. Trade your wine bottles for baby clothes. It’s an exciting time in your life, and you don’t want to drink through it.

Eat Healthy Food

You want your body to be as healthy as possible when you go to your first IVF treatment. That means you need to eat healthy foods. Throw the chips away, and eat leafy green vegetables that are full of folic acid. These foods will put your body in the prime shape to accept the embryo. That will also help you get started on a routine to carry into the pregnancy.

Watch Your Waistline

IVF can be stressful, and some women eat to deal with the stress. Now is not the time to pack on extra pounds though. Excess weight makes it more difficult to conceive, so if you have any extra pounds, work to get them off before your first treatment. Don’t starve yourself to do it though. Instead, fill your plate with healthy food and spend some time exercising. You will feel better, and you’ll be ready to conceive.

These are just some ways you can get your body ready for IVF. Contact us for a free consultation, and we will go over some additional ways you can get ready for your first IVF treatment. We will also provide you with some other information you can use during your IVF journey. This is a time to be excited, and we look forward to working with you as you move toward your goal of starting a family.

 

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The impact alcohol has on fertility is still unknown. However, if you’re going to be in tip-top shape for your IVF treatment, you need to stop drinking or at least slow down. Alcohol can impact your ability to get a restful night’s sleep, and that hurts your overall health. Trade your wine bottles for baby clothes. It’s an exciting time in your life, and you don’t want to drink through it.

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You want your body to be as healthy as possible when you go to your first IVF treatment. That means you need to eat healthy foods. Throw the chips away, and eat leafy green vegetables that are full of folic acid. These foods will put your body in the prime shape to accept the embryo. That will also help you get started on a routine to carry into the pregnancy.

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IVF can be stressful, and some women eat to deal with the stress. Now is not the time to pack on extra pounds though. Excess weight makes it more difficult to conceive, so if you have any extra pounds, work to get them off before your first treatment. Don’t starve yourself to do it though. Instead, fill your plate with healthy food and spend some time exercising. You will feel better, and you’ll be ready to conceive.

These are just some ways you can get your body ready for IVF. Contact us for a free consultation, and we will go over some additional ways you can get ready for your first IVF treatment. We will also provide you with some other information you can use during your IVF journey. This is a time to be excited, and we look forward to working with you as you move toward your goal of starting a family.

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