- 1 During which period of the month, chance of getting pregnant is greater?
- 2 How can a woman which has a irregular period calculate her ovulation days?
- 3 How often should sexual intercourse be to get pregnant?
- 4 What should be done to get pregnant easily?
- 5 In which ages getting pregnant can be easier?
- 6 Are there foods that make it easier to get pregnant?
- 7 Are there drugs that make it easier to get pregnant?
During which period of the month, chance of getting pregnant is greater?
The period with the highest efficiency is the period of 3-4 days closest to the ovulation day. In a woman who has had a period in every 28 days, her ovulation day is the 14th day of the period. Therefore, frequent sexual intercourse is required between the 10th and 14th day to get pregnant.
How can a woman which has a irregular period calculate her ovulation days?
It is very difficult for a woman who has irregular period to determine her ovulation days. Because, due to the irregularity of ovulation, the menstrual periods are irregular. By performing regular urine analysis with some kits measuring the peak of the hormone that we call LH in urine, women can identify their own ovulation days. But the reliability of kits is also not 100 percent.
How often should sexual intercourse be to get pregnant?
On average, sexual intercourse is recommended twice a week. Of course, those who have three or more intercourse have higher chances to get pregnant. On the other hand, couples who have one or less sexual intercourse per week have less chance of getting pregnant.
What should be done to get pregnant easily?
The woman who wants to get pregnant should choose a balanced and orderly lifestyle, try to eat regularly, sleep regularly and avoid bad habits like smoking and alcohol. If she has a chronic illness that she knows, it is advisable to get a doctor’s treatment for this. It is also useful to examine the medications used for this chronic disease.
In which ages getting pregnant can be easier?
Women, between the ages of 20-30, can become pregnant more easily. After 35 years of age, the possibility of pregnancy begins to decrease due to the deterioration of the egg maturation process and significantly decreases after 40 years of age. 1 in 7 women between the ages of 30-34 is experiencing a problem of not being able to pregnant. Between the ages of 35-40, this rate falls to 1 in every 5 women. Moreover, after 40 years of age, one in every 4 women can not get pregnant despite a regular intercourse.
Are there foods that make it easier to get pregnant?
Are there drugs that make it easier to get pregnant?
There are some medications that can be used in the control of the doctor in the couples who cannot get pregnant despite 12 months of regular sexual intercourse and the suitability of all conditions. These drugs are called ovulation induction medications and they are used to stimulate ovulation. It should be taken only under the supervision of a doctor.