Planning a pregnancy with a man
Fruit and multiply for humans is also natural, as for any other species on our planet, but there is also a difference: a person as a reasonable being can plan a conception. Now an increasing number of couples approach the issue of the offspring deliberately and carefully, and there are reasons for this.
If before the ecological situation and the state of people’s health guaranteed a successful outcome of both attempts at conception and pregnancy in most cases, now it is necessary to try to create a new life and to take a healthy baby. Fortunately, this approach is practiced by an increasing number of planning parents, and only a few, because of their carelessness, leave such a responsible step to the will of the case.
We are all used to the fact that women who plan pregnancy, are engaged in their health: they are examined by doctors, take all sorts of tests, adhere to diets and take vitamins. At the same time, the role of fertilizers is often given to the strong half of mankind, and therefore the man does not participate in the process of preparing for conception.
But the realization of yourself in the role of the father should begin already at the stage of making a decision on the continuation of the family. Therefore, a man must be on a par with a woman to be sure that he has done everything possible to conceive a healthy child.
As it became clear, a man should prepare for conception no less seriously and deliberately than a woman. Therefore, in the first place, he must mature morally for such a decision and be ready to do everything necessary to conceive a healthy baby.
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