Ensure That You Are In Good Health

Keep your body in a great condition because it will be harder to deal with diseases while you are pregnant, and some treatments may actually harm the baby. 

Maintain A Good Diet

This is important to make yourself healthy in the early stages. So eat well and take your vitamins.

Avoid Alcohol and Smoking

• These bad habits may decrease the chances of ovulation and lower a man’s sperm count.

• Studies have shown that babies born to mothers who smoke tend to be lower in birth weight. • Exposure to second-hand smoke may adversely affect the fetus.

Fruit and Vegetables

•Use any kind, including fresh, frozen, dried, tinned in natural juices, and pure fruit juices.

• Aim for five or more portions of fruits and vegetables per day