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Why Can't I Get Pregnant?
Why Can't I Get Pregnant
Why can't I get pregnant is a question that a lot of women have. And as
sad as it is, it seems as though people who really want to get pregnant
have a hard time and those who do not want to get pregnant have an easy
There are some tips that I can share that may help you.
The first is to make sure that you are having sex at the peak time during your ovulation cycle. The easiest way to determine this is to get an ovulation kit. It will measure your temperature and tell you when you are the most fertile.
You will find some women who ask "why can't I get pregnant" use an ovulation calendar. This would measure the days since their last period to get the most fertile time. The normal cycle for a women is 28 days, so for most women 14 days is when their ovulation cycle peaks. This method is not as accurate, because women can be different.
When it comes to your better half making his donation, quality is better than quantity. If you have sex too much, his sperm count will be down. This will reduce the chances of him fertilizing the egg. So timing is important. Try to have sex around 3 per week times during your peak.
On the other hand sperm that is not used can become lethargic and slow. So you really have to insure that you have enough sex to keep it fresh. So again, about 3 times a week is a good starting point.
To give you a better chance try to have sex before, during, and after your peak ovulation cycle. Space it out a little.
A lot of couples have a hard time figuring out and following a pattern. If you fall into this category, you could try to have sex every third day. This will insure that you have the sperm count needed, that it is fresh, and that you hit a fertile day.
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