When are you most fertile? — Best Step-by-Step Practice!

This is a very common question for the people who are preparing to have a new baby. Especially for women, it really takes some time and effort to figure out the best time or best chance to get pregnant. It is not only very important for the best chance of conception, but also to have a better chance for a healthier baby. So let’s get into the question again:

When are you most fertile?

Most women’s period is 28 days. Ovulation usually happens about 14 days after your period, but if your cycle is longer or shorter than 28 days your fertile period will be later or earlier accordingly.

During your monthly cycle the body goes through various changes to prepare for getting pregnant. Your body temperature drops and then rises just before ovulation. You are fertile for one day before the temperature drops, and for one day after it remains elevated.

At ovulation one follicle ruptures, releases its egg, then becomes a structure called the corpus luteum. This produces the hormone progesterone, which is essential for the development of an embryo. If the egg is not fertilized, however, the corupus luteum shrinks.

After ovulation, under the influence of oestrogen and progesterone, the endometrium (lining of the uterus) becomes thick and spongy to receive the egg. If the egg isn’t fertilized, the corpus dies and the endometrium is shed at your next menstrual period.

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So, again, back the question again, the best time is around 14 days after your period. It is better to have intercourse at the exact 14th day, 2 days before 14th and 2 days after 14th. Since men’s sperm can live inside a woman for as long as seven days, that will give you the best chance for pregnant. Hopefully that answer is easy enough.

Fertilization Time Table – Step by Step:

The following is a very straight forward and interesting time able for fertilization:

Day 1-5
Development Menstrual period
Body temperature Normal
Cervical Secretions Period (usually no secretions)

Day 6-9
Development Relatively infertile phase
Body temperature Normal
Cervical Secretions Dry, no secretions

Day 10 – 12
Development Relatively Fertile
Body temperature Begins to drop
Cervical Secretions Moist, sticky, white, cloudy

Day 13-15
Development FERTILE
Body temperature Drops and rises sharply
Cervical Secretions Wet, slippery, stretchy, clearFollicle/ Egg Peak fertile period- the egg is released from the ovary.

Day 16-19
Development Relatively Fertile
Body temperature Remains slightly higher than normal
Cervical Secretions Moist, sticky, white, cloudy

Day 20-28
Development Infertile phase
Body temperature Steadily drops back to normal
Cervical Secretions Dry, few secretions

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