Not all women know what the best times to get pregnant are. And yes, there are times that are generally much more successful than others. Each woman has her own reproductive cycle, not all women are the same. But for most women their ovulation (highest chance of conception) occurs about two weeks before the next menstrual period.
If you usually have a 28 day cycle that means that it will be day 14 that you are most fertile. Some women have cycles that don’t fit into the “normal” range, so if your cycle is normally about 36 days long your highest chance of conception would be on day 22 of your cycle.
If you have no idea what your cycle is you can go to the store and pick up a relatively inexpensive ovulation kit, it will help you determine what your cycle is and when is the best time for you to get pregnant. Most tests will let you know about 24-48 hours before your ovulation starts, giving you plenty of time to prepare.
By charting your BBT (Basal Body Temperature) you have a better chance at seeing for yourself when exactly you’re ovulating. Usually the temperature will remain around 1/10 of a degree of what your “normal” temperature is, but when it jumps up to about 6/10 a degree higher than usual for a few consecutive days that’s a good sign that you’re ovulating.
By figuring out when the best times to get pregnant are for your body you’re setting yourself up for success. Take the stress out of trying to get pregnant by using these methods that have worked for millions of others.
Source by Summer Madison