Getting pregnant can be complicated and requires many systems that are working well including your hormones, ovaries, uterus, fallopian tubes, and sperms.
There’s on average a 25% chance each month of getting pregnant.
With every menstrual cycle, a woman has a 25% chance of becoming pregnant if she’s having unprotected sex. That’s one chance out of four. It may take a few months to actually get there but, meanwhile, enjoy practicing. However, the actual chances getting pregnant depend on many variables including a woman's age (the older she is the lower the chances), when and whether she ovulates (no ovulation, equals zero chances getting pregnant), if and when the couple havd sex (no sex, no pregnancy), and what his sperm count is (no sperms, no pregnancy).
In a few questions and answers, we will calculate your chances of getting pregnant and having a healthy baby.