fertile days

In general, you have 5-6 fertile days to get pregnant each month. These 5-6 days are the days before ovulation and the date of ovulation. Your chances getting pregnant improve if you make love every day during the 6 fertile days. Making love after ovulation is unlikely to get you pregnant.

Many couples want to know for many many days each month they can get pregnant. on which days each month they need to make love to get pregnant. You can use the BabyMed Fertility calculator to calculate your exact fertile days.

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Facts About Conception
• Women are most fertile during the 14 days before their menstrual cycle is supposed to start.

• Ovulation can be determined by changes in the cervical mucus.

• Progesterone, released by the corpus luteum, thickens the uterine lining for implantation.

When Can You Get Pregnant

Conceiving a child is a milestone in the lives of many couples. The moment when a couple finds out they are pregnant may be even sweeter thanks to a culmination of events that lead up to the pregnancy. For women still trying to conceive, when can you get pregnant?

Couples who are trying to conceive may wish to answer the question- when am I most fertile? Fertile days are directly associated with ovulation cycle and menstrual cycle.

The best time to have intercourse for conception is the so-called "fertile window." The fertile window is defined as the days of the menstrual cycle during which intercourse is most likely to result in pregnancy. It lasts for 6 days starting at 5 days before ovulation and ends on the day of ovulation.

Which additional tests can be done if the sperm count analysis is abnormal?
For the man with a poor semen sample, additional tests which may be recommended include specialized sperm tests; blood tests; and testis biopsy.

Timing of Sexual Intercourse in Relation to Ovulation -- Effects on the Probability of Conception, Survival of the Pregnancy, and Sex of the Baby
Allen J. Wilcox, M.D., Ph.D., Clarice R. Weinberg, Ph.D., and Donna D. Baird, Ph.D. New England Journal of Medicine
Volume 333:1517-1521 December 7, 1995 Number 23


The following is a list of frequently asked fertility and infertility questions:

Q: How do I check for cervical fluid?

A: Cervical mucus changes occur during a menstrual cycle and indicate the level of your fertility. CM can be: dry, sticky, creamy, watery or eggwhite.

There are three ways to check the cervical mucus, depending on which is most comfortable for you. Some of the options are:

Q: Is there only one day to get pregnant each month?