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There are some pretty important basics that you should be aware of if you want to successfully conceive.
Make an appointment to visit your GP to discuss getting pregnant, particularly if you have any pre-existing medical conditions.
Make an appointment to see your doctor to discuss whether any medications you are taking could cause problems with conception.
Alcohol can damage both the sperm and ovum prior to conception, so consideration should be given to both you and your partner's alcohol intake if you are trying to conceive.
If you drink a lot of coffee it is better to reduce your intake now than to try and stop suddenly once you're pregnant.
Nutritional status of both parents prior to conception can influence the health and well-being of your baby and its chances of optimum health throughout life.
Moderate exercise is important for good health, whether you are trying to become pregnant or not.