For beginner parents who are preparing for pregnancy, they lack some knowledge of pregnancy preparation, so they will introduce some misunderstandings about pregnancy preparation, but some misunderstandings should not be done at all, so I still want to remind everyone here, You must first absorb some popular science knowledge about pregnancy preparation so that it will be of great help to you and your future children.Despite fact that it is reasonable to prepare for pregnancy, misunderstandings often arise.
Misconception 1: Doing this every day during ovulation will definitely lead to pregnancy
It may be that some couples who are trying to conceive are lucky and can actually conceive if they have sex every day around ovulation, but this is a very small number. But for most couples who are trying to conceive, daily intercourse will reduce sperm quality, so if you want to have quality intercourse around time of ovulation, you should have sex every other day or two, which can also give sperm time. grow.
Misconception 2: A little inflammation won't affect pregnancy
This is completely wrong. A common gynecological inflammation should be vaginitis. After experiencing vaginitis, women develop symptoms such as increased leucorrhea, vaginal itching and dyspareunia, which weakens sperm viability and causes an unhealthy pregnancy. There is also a kind of cervicitis that also reduces sperm motility, so no matter how minor it is, it must be treated before pregnancy in order to conceive earlier.
Misconception 3: Men don't need to prepare for pregnancy
I believe that in views of older generation, a man does not need to prepare for a possible pregnancy, but only needs to go out during intercourse. But in this case, chance of infertility will be greatly increased, and pregnancy is a matter of two people, no matter which one has problems, it will affect pregnancy, so both parties should prepare before pregnancy so that they can welcome their baby as best as possible quicker.
Misconception 4. Premarital examination is normal and therefore not necessary
We all get pre-marital screenings before we get married, but these screenings are routine checks. Find out if you are suffering from a certain reproductive disease and treat it in time, and it will not delay our timely preparation for pregnancy.
When you see this, are you still doing any of it? If you still think so, please change it. Infertility, and actively cooperate with treatment, early pregnancy.