When is the Best Time to Get Pregnant

When is the best time to get pregnant? - A common question that many women are inquisitive about. Read the following article and find out all the answers related to this question...
Starting a family and bearing a child is a wonderful feeling that every woman dreams about. For some, conception happens as soon as they decide to have a baby, while for others it takes pretty long time. Why so? With correct nutritional intake and other precautionary measures like stopping on birth control methods, why is it hard for some women to get pregnant? Well, along with the aforementioned things, one also needs to know the best time for pregnancy. So, when is the best time to get pregnant? First of all, we need to understand that conception occurs during the ovulation phase of the menstrual cycle of a woman and hence, it is obviously the best time for her to get pregnant. However, there are a few things that come in between and the following article is all about finding the best time for a woman to get pregnant.

When is the Best Time to Get Pregnant?

There are numerous limitations to the theory of ovulation, however, chances of getting pregnant during ovulation are pretty greater than the rest of the days. Hence, in order to find out the best time for conception, one needs to know when are women most fertile. Many women are confused about one more question - 'when is the best time to get pregnant, before or after your period?' Broadly speaking, counting from first day of periods, ovulation is expected to occur on 14 days of menstruation. This process starts to take place on 7th day from the 1st day. On 13/14th day, the ovum (egg) settles down in the fallopian tube, expecting the sperms. Ovum stays there for 12 hours to 2 days. So, now you know when can you get pregnant during your cycle. Don't you? From 14th to 16th day is possibly the perfect time to get pregnant.

When is the Best Time to Get Pregnant After a Miscarriage?

Getting pregnant after miscarriage is tough for a woman, both emotionally as well as physically. It is a dubious phase of excitement, anxiety and fear amongst both the partners. Once you accept the fact and get over it emotionally, then only you can prepare your body for implantation and conception. The type of miscarriage plays a huge role in determining your physical readiness. With good prenatal care and well maintained health, you can determine the most likely time to get pregnant after miscarriage. Conception can occur anytime once your menstrual cycle gets back in rhythm. This rhythm is again controlled by the kind of miscarriage that you've experienced. Normally, it take 4 to 6 weeks for the menstruation to get to the normal rhythm. The best time to get pregnant can also be determined on the HCG levels of a woman.

When is the Best Time to Get Pregnant After Having a Baby?

If you are searching for the ways to get pregnant after childbirth, first of all you need to sort out a few things, like your weight and age. Time frame between two pregnancies is also needed to be considered. You at least need to maintain 15 months between two pregnancies. In the mean time, lose the pregnancy weight and maintain nutrition levels, in order to experience a healthy pregnancy. Then consult the obstetrician about pregnancy as well as health of the first baby. Then if your doctor permits, then you can try it as soon as after 6 months of the previous childbirth as well. However, depending on your age, the later is the easiest time to get pregnant. However, you need to follow all the preconception tips, before trying to conceive after having a baby.

There are few situational things that you need to consider while finding answer to the question - when is the best time to get pregnant. Like, checking the basal body temperature. A rise in the basal body temperature increases the possibilities of conception. You can also monitor your cervical mucus on your own. An egg white- like vaginal discharge is mostly the visible sign of ovulation and as we know, it is the best time to get pregnant.
By Rutuja Jathar
Published: 8/3/2010
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