Have sex once a day near the time of ovulation. Daily intercourse during the days leading up to ovulation might increase the odds of conception. Although your partner's sperm concentration is likely to drop slightly each time you have sex, the reduction isn't usually an issue for healthy men. Do make healthy lifestyle choices. Maintain a healthy weight, include moderate physical activity in your daily routine, eat a healthy diet, limit caffeine and manage stress. With frequent unprotected sex, most healthy couples conceive within one year.
Before consulting a doctor, If you're in your early 30s or younger and you and your partner are in good health, try it on your own for one year. Consider seeking help sooner if you're age 35 or older, or you or your partner has known or suspected fertility issues. Infertility affects both men and women — and treatment is available. Depending on the source of the problem, your gynecologist, your partner's urologist or your family doctor might be able to help. Your health care provider can assess your overall health and help you identify lifestyle changes that might improve your chances of a healthy pregnancy. They can helpful if you or your partner has any health issues. In some cases, a fertility specialist offers the best hope.