The quick and easy way to understand the days to get pregnant you must understanding the internal workings of your body. Most of us think we understand our female reproductive system but many of us fail to understand our hormones and how they affect our reproductive system.
Each menstrual cycle contains specific days to get pregnant and even though you may have your periods exactly every 28 days, the time you ovulate may vary a day or so depending on what is going on in your life. Most women have a 28-35 day menstrual cycle.
The more irregular your menstrual cycle is, the harder it is for you to predict your most fertile days without ovulation monitoring. No matter what your menstrual cycle is like, if you want to get pregnant you need to put some time and effort into knowing exactly what your fertility cycle is. Initially this involves monitoring your unique ovulation pattern and this can be done in several ways.
Each method of ovulation monitoring has its own unique benefits and drawbacks. The most common method of monitoring your ovulation is with ovulation monitoring test strips that measure hormone in your urine to pin point your most fertile days. These urine test strips can be expensive over time.
The next most common method of ovulation monitoring is my monitoring you basil body temperature at the same time every morning before you get out of bed. This requires some study and a few months to understand your base line temperature patters. Less common but very accurate is monitoring your saliva for salt crystals under a small lipstick size microscope when you are fertile.
Many women mistakenly believe that ovulation (production of eggs) happens on day 14 after the menstrual period starts. This may be wrong as research shows we ovulate about 14 days before the onset of a menstrual cycle. Of course this is not set in stone as each woman has a unique menstrual and ovulation pattern. Day one of your menstrual cycle is the day you first see menstrual blood loss even if it is only a drop of blood. This is classed as your first day of your menses.
The best days to get pregnant are the day before, the day of and the day after you have ovulated. Therefore you have a 24-28 hour window of opportunity each month, as being your best days to get pregnant. Read More
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