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Increase Chances of Getting Pregnant - How To Increase Your Chances Of Getting Pregnant!

Updated on September 8, 2017

How To Increase Your Chances!

There are at least ninety million couples worldwide, eleven million in the United States alone, who are trying to Increase their Chances of getting pregnant. With only a 20% average chance of getting pregnant with each cycle, it's not unexpected that a lot of these couples are disheartened and stressed out from trying. In point of fact, the stress related to infertility is second only to the stress related to the loss of a loved one!

Although it takes the average fertile couple 5-6 months to conceive, the time to get pregnant can be lessened to less than 3-4 months for fertile couples who know when there fertile times occur and have sex regularly during this crucial fertile time.

It's imperative that you know when you're most fertile time is occurring as this alone will greatly increase your odds of getting pregnant since the time to conceive increases as couples get older. There's a considerable decline in fertility beginning at approximately age thirty and the odds only get worse as you get even older.

Charting your fertility cycle can be highly effective in the diagnosing and resolving any fertility problems you might have, such as troubles with ovulation, the #1 fertility issues in women. Approximately 40% of infertility cases are caused by female factors, 40% is caused by male factors, and 20% is caused by a combining both. It's really significant to be able to chart your cycle to know when the best time is to increase your chances greatly.

For many couples the sorrowful experience of infertility is the 1st life crisis that they must experience together. The acknowledgement that there might be fertility trouble often comes as a shock since we're seldom educated that one out of ten couples will have trouble when they try to get pregnant.

If this question "Why can't I get pregnant!" always on your mind? I think back when I was searching for an answer to this question myself. It just wasn't fair month after month. I thought I was doing everything right, I was more relaxed, got more exercise, saw specialists and yet I could not get pregnant. Could there be some miracle getting pregnant plan I was overlooking?

I was infuriated once I discovered that the things I had been doing were working against my goal of getting pregnant. I was even more furious after discovering that the 100s of dollars I had spent on help were for half truths!



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