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Did you know there's a six-day span each month when you're most likely to get pregnant? Here's how to calculate your fertile window. It survives in the reproductive tract for hours. Conception can occur if sperm fertilizes the egg during this time; otherwise, the egg sheds with the uterine lining during menstruation.
Your chances of getting pregnant are highest within 24 hours of ovulation and one day beforehand.
But conception is also possible if you have sex in the five days leading up to ovulation, says Rashmi Kudesia, M. Here are some of the most effective ways to calculate your fertile window. Start by tracking your menstruation for a few months using a paper journal or mobile app check out our top picks here. Then look at the data to determine your average cycle length.
The first day of the menstrual period is considered day one of the cycle, and ovulation usually happens about 14 days before your next period is due. Since a woman is most likely to conceive on the day of ovulation and the five days before it, the fertile window for these examples is days and daysrespectively. Available at most drug stores, ovulation predictor kits OPKs use a urine test to identify the fertile window.
They work by monitoring the luteinizing hormone LHwhich surges roughly 36 hours before ovulation. TTC couples should plan to have intercourse shortly after detecting the surge.
Taking your basal body temperature first thing in the morning with a BBT thermometer can help monitor ovulation. These ovulation calculators monitor your LH and estrogen to determine your most fertile days. For those with fertility issues, doctors can sample blood to see progesterone levels, which can confirm ovulation.
Of course, the best way to conceive is through regular intercourse.
Aim to have sex every days during the fertile window. She also warns that if your typical menstrual cycle isn't between days, you might not ovulate regularly. In this case, consider visiting a reproductive endocrinology and infertility specialist. By Nicole Harris January 17, Save Pin FB More.
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