A Course In Miracles: Don’t you find it amazing that you can spend the majority of your life trying to avoid getting pregnant only to find that when you do decide to try for a baby, it’s not quite as easy as it may seem.
Not for me anyway. You see it took me over 10 months of trying and was getting very frustrated when noticing other women in the street walking around with bumps until a friend of mine at work recommended the pregnancy miracle.
Well, long story short, it worked for me!
There’s something really cool I learned in this 271 page guide.
Vitamin A helps the body produce the proper amounts of cervical mucus in women, and protect sperm in males from damaging free radicals.
A deficiency in vitamin A is shown to reduce sperm volume and count, and can increase abnormal sperm, so it is suggested that both men and women get up to 10,000 IU of beta carotene.
The best foods to eat for this purpose include: carrots, sweet potatoes, cantaloupe, spinach, eggs, yellow fruits and vegetables, whole milk and milk products, dark green leafy veggies, and fish oils.
How good is that!
This is just one of the things I learned in the pregnancy miracle and there is loads more useful information like this to help prepare your body.
After just three further months of trying using the methods explained I am happy to say I am now four months pregnant.
Of course, if you really want it to work you should try and stick with the advice as much as possible and get into a routine otherwise you may be disappointed.
Get the Timing Right
One thing I want to throw in from personal experience, when we were trying to conceive all the way through the month, we really found that it was starting to become a chore. I fully understand people’s views when they say you should forget about timing, and just concentrate on making love, but it’s not easy after months of trying.
In my opinion, I feel it is better to make sure you know when your most fertile time is, so that you can concentrate on a shorter window when you know you are more likely to conceive.