Conception

Understanding your reproductive system is an excellent first step towards conception. Being aware of the unique functions of your reproductive organs and when different changes in your cycle occur can help you on your way towards getting pregnant.  Find out more about the best ways for your to time your conception.  For example, did you know that you can pinpoint the exact time you are ovulating just by tracking your basal body temperature, charting your cycle and monitoring your cervical mucus?  You an also purchase home ovulation kits to help you know the exact days you are ovulating.  By knowing which days you are most fertile, you can greatly increase your chaces at conceiving a baby.

Timing Conception

Timing sex around the time of ovulation is one way in which a woman can improve her chances of getting pregnant. Learn about how tracking your ovulation

can help you improve your chances of conceiving. Our ovulation facts section, which includes information on common ovulation symptoms, can also help you learn more about how to chart ovulation.

One way in which to determine when ovulation is occurring is by monitoring cervical mucus. Being aware of different changes in cervical mucus can help you figure out the time during your cycle when you’re most fertile.  When your mucus has the color and consistency of egg whites you are ready to ovulate.  Learn more about how to make this determination.

Monitoring changes in your basal body temperature (BBT) is another way to determine when you’re ovulating. Find out what your basal body temperature reveals about your chances of getting pregnant at different times of the month here.  Learn how to chart your BBT and how to determine when the time is right.

Factors That Hinder Conception

Also find out about factors that can hinder your chances at getting pregnant such as eating disorders and lubricants.  In fact, did you know that most lubricants sold on the market can actually slow or block the path of sperm and prevent these swimmers from ever reaching your egg?  Find out more about the problems with lubricants and conception and also get the scoop on the only sexual lubricant that won't block your chances at conceiving.  In addition, read up on problems with sperm damage and getting pregnant and get to the bottom of the debate about whether or not an orgasm can aid in your chances of getting pregnant.  Does a female orgasm help propel the male sperm forward towards the egg or is this just another old wives tale with no factual basis.  Find out the truth today.

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Missgurlie
Hello I am concerned about when I conceived. My last period was on the 28th of March 2012. I am due on the 3rd of January 2013 I am now 9weeks and 5days. I did a calculating on a website an it said I conceived between the 7th and 15th of April. I know I had sex in March and possibly in early April. I also tried to have sex but wasn't successful meaning he says he didn't ejaculated an only last literally under 5mins this was on the 14th of April but actually around 12am so I guess this would be considered the 15th of April which is my last day to conceive so did I get pregnant on my last day to conceive which was the 15tg of April or was I already pregnant?Thanks for the help.!
5 years ago