What's The Best Time To Get Pregnant?

If you have questions on what is the best time to get pregnant and its related areas, this post is what you must read for sure.

By: Rima Chowdhury
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No other feeling can beat the joy of enjoying motherhood soon after your marriage. In pregnancy, each and every day can seem like a mystifying adventure to you, as your body starts working forward in giving you the most 'precious life'.

But have you imagined what is the right time to be pregnant? Well, there is a specific time which ensures to give you the best pregnancy experience.

The best time to have intercourse is called the 'fertility window' and here we mention to you the best time to be pregnant. Read on to know the answers to more such other queries as well.

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1. After ovulation or before ovulation?
Ovulation is a process of releasing an egg which is ready to be fertilized from ovaries. Generally, all women face fertility period that lasts for 4-5 days before ovulation.

Among these few days, the most fertile days for a woman are the ovulation days and two days before ovulation. However, there are various myths related to ovulation and some say, it occurs in the middle of the menstrual cycle, which is partly true. So, it is always better to get pregnant after ovulation.

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2. How to know if a woman is ovulating?
When talking about ovulation, the most important concern is how a woman would know if she is ovulating on a specific day.

The answer to this varies from a woman to woman, where some females experience tender breasts that is slightly bulged up along with a painful body. For some women, it varies from slight discomfort in the abdomen to experiencing some physical change.

Feeling sexy with increased vaginal discharge is also one among the signs of a woman who is ovulating. However, you may observe these signs 10-12 days before you have your next cycle.

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3. Does this increase the chances of being pregnant?
While a woman is ovulating, there is an increased amount of oestrogens in the cervical mucus, which results in improving the chances of a woman to get pregnant. However, if you keep a proper track of your menstrual cycle and your ovulation, this increases the chance of pregnancy for a woman.

Intercourse after ovulating does not benefit you in any way and hence you are unlikely to get pregnant. However, it is always good to have sex two or three times throughout your cycle, rather than just focussing on the day of ovulation.

4. What are the factors that can affect pregnancy?
There are various factors that can affect your body in many ways and hence you need to avoid them to live a happy pregnancy life. Here are a few factors that can affect your chances of becoming pregnant.

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a. Lifestyle
If you are following a lifestyle that includes intake of drugs, alcohol or smoking, the chances of a woman to get pregnant diminishes. Smoking or taking alcohol can make your eggs turn immature, which further decreases the fertility of a woman.

However, there are various medicines that can help to combat these habits. If you still find quitting them to be difficult, consult your doctor soon.

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b. Mental Stress
Your mental stress can also decide the capacity to become pregnant. Any woman suffering from frustration, depression, stress or any other emotional trauma decreases her chances of becoming pregnant.

Not only mental well-being, but physical health also plays a foremost role. Sudden weight gain or weight loss can decrease your chances of becoming pregnant.

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c. Frequency
The frequency of having sex also determines your chances of delivering a baby. If you are having sex more often, then there are possibilities of some sperms to be retained in the fallopian tube, which increases the chance of getting pregnant. If sex is a rare thing in your relationship, it may decrease the chance of pregnancy.

Story first published: Friday, October 28, 2016, 10:37 [IST]
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