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Diet to increase my chances of getting pregnant.

as u know I am going through folicular study as asked in last question. hat should I do to increase my chances of getting pregnent. I mean any food or drink or more water or any excercise or what else should i try or take care for increasing my chances of getting pregnent
Asked On : Sat, 6 Aug 2011
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Thanks for the query
There is no specific food item that could increase your chances of fertilization but please do avoid unhealthy practices like smoking drinking and also studies had proved papaya seeds are detrimental
Have a healthy living
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to tell you the truth timely contact is all that is required. no food or drink will really help. to supplement you can take multivitamin tablets of b complex which are known to help to maintain hormones related to pregnancy.
wish you all the best.
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