Why Am I Not Getting Pregnant?

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Every married woman want to get pregnant and trusting God for the fruit of the womb should please take note of this advice. In Africa, when there is delay in conception, they relate it to witchcraft of demonic attack.


I strongly believe that all these things exist but it is wise to take notice of these physical challenges that could affect or hinder conception or becoming pregnant.




In order to become pregnant, sperm needs to come in contact with the egg during ovulation. Not every day of the month is fair game for this.


If you’ve just started trying or haven’t narrowed in on an exact ovulation window yet, you could just be trying to get pregnant at the wrong time during the month. Tracking menstrual cycles can help address this issue.


It’s important to remember that even if you’ve determined when you ovulate it’s not a guarantee that sex during that time will result in pregnancy.




If you’re not ovulating it is impossible to become pregnant. Some women don’t even know when they are ovulating.




Zero sperm

Low sperm count

Watery sperm

Dead sperm cells can make a woman think or feel that she is under demonic attack for not conceiving. Most men act like they are okay and put the whole blame on the woman but they refuse and ignore going for tests to seek for a solution.




No matter their sex, all people can find it harder to produce children as they age.


Generally speaking, a person with a uterus in their early 20s and 30s has a 1 in 4 chance of getting pregnant each month. After age 30, the chance of becoming pregnant decreases though, and by the time they are 40, they have a 1 in 10 chance of getting pregnant each month.


By the time a person with a uterus is 45, their chances of becoming pregnant are very low. The fertility of a person who produces sperm will also decrease with age, but that’s not as predictable as the decline of a person with a uterus.




If Fallopian tubes are blocked, eggs won’t be able to get to a safe place for fertilization and implantation. You need to treat yourself either through English or by native natural remedy. Stop accusing your mother in law or neighbors of your life of childlessness.




Neglected and untreated infection can cause so much trouble and delay in conception.




Some types of birth control can impact or delay future fertility even if they are reversed or otherwise stopped.


Methods of birth control like condoms or the pill shouldn’t impact future fertility, but some, like the contraceptive shot, can delay fertility for months




I want you to understand that every woman’s body isn’t the same. I’ve had women with fibroids deliver while some can’t until they operate on it or take care of it via natural remedy.




There are many medical issues that can impact your fertility. Some common ones include Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and endometriosis. If you have a medical condition known to impact fertility, it’s important to speak with your doctor sooner rather than later.


In some cases, there may be unexplained infertility, a somewhat controversial diagnosis of exclusion. This means that even after testing there may not be an obvious cause to explain why you’re not getting pregnant.




There are evil power’s working very hard to make sure life is not given. The devil fights destinies and lives, he hates to see that which gives you joy so he fights it and makes sure you don’t have any reason to laugh.


In this cause, you need God’s intervention.


Medically you are okay, your husband is okay but yet you can’t tell why conception is not coming forth.




God’s ways are not our ways. God’s timing for us is different from ours. God can shut a woman’s womb for a while and also for ever for reasons best known to him. One thing I know is that when your set time comes… You will carry your own baby.


(Bishop Dr Chinomso Jude Nwala )

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