5 Lessons Learned: Fertility

Boosting Your Chances at Getting Pregnant
It is always the case that after a couple have so made up their mind to have their next baby, many women will be in a frenzied effort to conceive in the immediate period of their cycle after the decision. The fact that seems to be lost on the many of the couple’s minds is the fact that when it comes to conception, this actually can get to take them some sure time for it to come by. This even happens to be further a fact that has been established by reports as from studies and researches that coclude that even for the healthy 30 year old woman, their odds of catching a pregnancy in every months stands a far cry 20% odd. This is actually said to be even the longer for some, it taking months on end for the conception to come through and as such you shouldn’t be surprised when such a thing happens. In case you just cannot wait for the long haul to come and the chances fall for the conception to come through, then take a look at some of the following ideas given for you to get to increase your chances at conception.

From what we may have learnt in school and from other places, one may be excused for thinking that conceiving is such a simple thing which naturally follows a sexual intercourse. The reality is that this is one thing that actually can get to be a little bit more complex. From the basic understanding of the whole issue, what we understand is the fact that in each and every month there is a series of hormonal changes that occur in a woman’s body that cause an egg in the ovary to grow and mature. Besides this, it is important to note the fact that this cycle is never uniform in all women but actually differs from one to the other. By far and large, this is often a process that often takes a period of about two weeks in most cases and going by averages, and it is often starting with the onset of the menstrual cycle. Post the maturity of the egg, the next process that follows is ovulation which is basically the release of the egg from the ovaries into the fallopian tube and toward the uterus. Bear in mind the fact that the egg, once it is released from the ovaries, will only stay viable for a maximum period of 24 hours. When the egg is so fertilized by the sperm cell, it will then keep traveling to the uterus and there get implanted to the uterine lining.

The key many need to know of in so far as getting pregnant goes is to have intercourse within the days before and during the ovulation phase. This is so as to ensure that there will be sperm cells in the fallopian tube waiting to fertilize the egg whenever they will be released.

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