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Best Times for Intercourse

You have picked out the nursery themes. You adore pastel pink and muted blue. You know that if the baby is a girl you are going to name her Ashley, and if it is a boy, you will name him Kyle. You are ready to be a father. There is just one problem. Your wife is not pregnant yet.

You may have tried diligently to conceive a child. Perhaps you and your partner have been having sex regularly, single-mindedly focused on conception. So what is the problem? Why haven’t you conceived yet? You know other couples who have found out they are pregnant quickly and with no problem. So why are things different for you?

The bottom line is that no two people’s bodies are the same. While you may be healthy, perfectly functioning male or female, you just may not be as fertile as another person. This concept should not be one that discourages you. The fact that you have not immediately become pregnant does not mean you have to give up your dreams of holding your own newborn. It just means that maybe you need to devote a little more attention toward having intercourse on the most fertile days.

Having intercourse during a woman’s most fertile time of the month greatly increases the chance of a male’s sperm uniting with a woman’s egg. This happens during ovulation.  Ovulation does not occur at the same time of the month for each woman since every woman’s body is different, but it does happen somewhere around 14 days after her menstrual cycle.

The best course of action is to purchase ovulation tests. Inexpensive and easily accessible, these tests can be purchased at your local supermarket or drugstore. They are easily self-administered. Through testing her urine, the ovulation test tells her whether she is ovulating. If she is ovulating, that means her body has produced an egg that is ready to be fertilized. Ovulation usually lasts between one and two days. It is important to remember that a woman could actually become pregnant after or before ovulation since sperm can live up to five days under optimal conditions.

Another thing to remember is that many experts agree that the traditional, missionary style of lovemaking is more conducive to creating a baby. It is much better to have sex in the traditional way than in other positions. Put bluntly, it allows gravity to do its job and works in conjunction with the body to allow the sperm to travel in a natural current. 

Although engaging in sexual intercourse during the most fertile days of the month is a great way to boost a couple’s chances of conceiving, it is important to understand that it is not a miracle cure for infertility problems. If you time your intercourse and continue to have sex during ovulation days and you do not get pregnant, then you may want to consider that there may be another issue.  Talk with your physician to ease any fears, uncertainties, or concerns you might be having about the issue of having a child. 

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