Friday, 2 September 2016

A calculated approach to pregnancy

Once you enter the Date for When Did You Get Your Last Period and number of days for the Average Length Of Your Menstrual Cycle, the table shows the exact day when you are likely to be more fertile. A How to boost your chance of conceiving?The good news is that you know when you are most fertile. Now make the ovulation calculator result work in your favor and boost your chances of conceiving irrespective of the menstrual cycle you are in.

Ovulation Calculator:

Week # 1 - I got my periods!: So you got your periods. Just stay cool and positive. If you conceive during this month, this will be considered as Week # 1 of your pregnancy. Make sure you get into some healthy habits for a smooth journey.

Week # 2 -  My fertile week: Diet is the most crucial part of this week. Both of you need to consume food that would help in  Boosting his sperm count and enhancing your fertility.

Week # 3 -  My most fertile week: Great!  Now, all you have to do is to spend plenty of time together. In other words, indulge in a happy baby-making sex and make each session of togetherness count.

Calculate your Ovulation Period

Why Is Important To Know About Ovulation?

If you are planning on pregnancy, knowing your ovulation period will help boost your chances of conceiving. Having unprotected sex a couple of days before and after ovulation is the best time to get pregnant because the egg survives only for 12-24 hours after ovulation and it has to be fertilized by the sperm (which can live up to 3 days) within this period.

How Do You Know You Are Ovulating?

One of the ways of finding out when you are ovulating is by calculating the length of your menstrual cycle. If you are having a regular cycle of 28 days, the 14 th day of your cycle is usually the day of ovulation. However, if your cycle is erratic, it may be difficult to pinpoint your ovulation date. If you have a rough idea of how long your cycle lasts, Mothers Spaces ovulation calculator can help you find out the exact date for you.

 Body Changes That Signal Ovulation: Its amazing how several bodily changes are triggered during the onset of ovulation. If you pay attention and spot these changes, its easy to pinpoint your fertile days.

Changes in cervical mucus: As you approach closer to your ovulation period, the cervical mucus will changes in amount and texture. From being sticky and creamy it increases in volume and becomes transparent and slippery.

Rise in Basal Body Temperature: Tracking basal body temperature is one of the most popular methods to detect ovulation.

Basal body temperature is the temperature of your body at rest. Post ovulation your body temperature rises by about 0.4 to 1.0 degrees. This happens because releasing an egg stimulates the production of the hormone progesterone that raises body temperature.

Since the change is minimal, you won't feel it. To detect the rise you need to record your temperature using a basal body temperature (BBT) thermometer every morning as soon as you wake up. A spike in indicates that you are ovulated.

Breast tenderness: Some women experience breast tenderness a few days before and after ovulation. This is related to a hormone surge in your body, preparing it for a potential pregnancy.

Other Signs: Here are some other signs that you may be ovulating. But these are generally not as reliable as the others.

Increased libido: Increased energy levels spotting mid-way through your cycle is believed to be a result of the sudden drop of oestrogen prior to ovulation.

Ovulation Predictor Kits: These are available at the local drug store and you can buy them off the counter without a doctors prescription. They detect a hormone surge in your urine just before ovulation. They are easy to use and can predict ovulation 12 to 36 hours in advance and can help you maximize your chances of getting pregnant. However, they are not entirely foolproof, hence as a hormone surge can happen even when you are not ovulating. So it could give you a false positive result.To get accurate results, follow the directions on the kit

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