by Melissa D. Jaramillo
While not everyone has heard of it, experts say that cervical mucus is a sign that an egg has been created in the woman's body. When estrogen is released, mucus develops that makes the path for sperm more slippery and easy to navigate. Women who recognize this mucus can potentially increase their chances of conceiving, according to researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
"This technique can be used to help people get pregnant faster," Anne Steiner, M.D., senior author of the study, told the news source. "It's exciting to potentially say this is a real way to help people; it's so cheap and easy."
How can I get pregnant quickly?
If you want to have a baby sooner rather than later, it's best to monitor all of these factors to take advantage of the period when your body is best prepared to get pregnant. These days, there are websites and smartphone applications that can help you stay on top of factors such as your ovulation cycle.
In the event that you're having difficulty conceiving or something seems off, don't hesitate to contact your doctor for professional advice. He or she can let you know if you're in the best shape to have a baby.
How long did it take you to get pregnant with your first child? Did you have trouble conceiving? Leave your feedback in the comments section