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Trying to conceive. Getting backaches, breast tenderness, cramps during ovulation. Suggestions?

Good day Doctor Christensen, I am 27 yrs.old Female old I have a 7 yrs.old Daughter, my Companion and I have been trying on getting Pregnant, for awhile I went to my Private Physician and he told me that I was fine in that area. I have noticed that the times I will seem to be ovulating I end up getting my Cycle or couple days after I have had sex on probably one of my Ovulating days on what would be the 3 days after I would sometimes start getting Back Aches, Breast Tenderness and Abdominal pain like ( Cramps ), it sometimes last for couple of days or a week and then my Cycle will start. My physician told me when couples try to hard that the Males Sperm Count drops and it usually takes up to a year before I can get Pregnant is this true?. I also forgot to mention that I have being Exercising a bout 3 days a week to include running. Is this healthy when trying to get pregnant?
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Thanks for the query.

Moderate exercise does not interfere in pregnancy.
Infact such moderate exercise with walking is recommended for fitness.
This increases your chances of pregnancy.
Eat healthy, take folic acid tablets once daily.
Hope this helps.
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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