PregnancyPregnancy Odds: Best Days to Conceive

Pregnancy Odds: Best Days to Conceive

What are the chances of pregnancy with each relationship, and what are considered the best days to conceive and that pregnancy can occur?

When the woman becomes pregnant, it is not only important to “hit” with the most appropriate moment, which is ultimately the one in which the woman is ovulating (even when it comes to “fine-tuning the shot” both in the previous days as later).

Factors such as age must be taken into account (women and men between 20 and 25 years of age are those who are generally in the most fertile age), as well as the existence of a good quality of sperm and that physically the ideal conditions for pregnancy.

Taking this into account, we can say that the chances of pregnancy decrease with age, so that the time for a woman to become pregnant generally increases with age.

That is, while a couple with excellent reproductive health, and between 20 and 25 years of age, has a 20-25% chance of conceiving during the first month, when the woman is between 30 and 35 years of age this probability decreases to 15% for each menstrual cycle.

In relation to the best reproductive age (20-25 years of age), a couple belonging to this group will have regular and unprotected sex, on average, during five female menstrual cycles before becoming pregnant.

How many chances of pregnancy are there with each relationship?

Although it is often thought that making love just at the time of ovulation is enough to achieve pregnancy, the truth is that by influencing so many issues or elements at the time of conception, reality is not so. However, it is evident that if the sixth is practiced at the time of ovulation, the chances increase.

In the case of a couple in which neither the man nor the woman have fertility problems, if they make love at the time of ovulation the chances of the woman becoming pregnant are 25% (among women between 20 and 25 years). However, after the age of 30 this percentage drops to 15% in each menstrual cycle.

Taking into account that sperm cannot survive beyond 3 or 4 days, if intercourse occurs at other times or stages of the menstrual cycle, the odds will be even lower since it is possible that there is no egg waiting (although it is possible the possibility, however minimal, that some ovulation occurs out of cycle).

And what are the chances of pregnancy in the first month?

Unlike what has traditionally been thought, the truth is that to achieve pregnancy it is not enough to make love on the best days to conceive (2 days before ovulation occurs, and 2 days after ovulation occurs). Has produced); Factors such as the age of the woman and the man, and that both are physically well (that is, they do not have fertility problems and have optimal reproductive health in this sense) also play a role.

Before discovering the chances of pregnancy in the first month of unprotected intercourse, it is necessary to take into account the following conditions:

  • Age of women and men between 20-25 years (considering it the most fertile age).
  • Good reproductive health.
  • No male and female fertility problems.

Even if the 3 previous characteristics are fulfilled, the couple has a 20 to 25% probability of achieving pregnancy in the first month of trying.

What are the best days to conceive?

There is no doubt that the best days to conceive are called or known as fertile days;  that is, the five-day period that is organized as follows:

  • 2 days before the day of ovulation.
  • 2 days after ovulation has occurred.

In a regular woman regarding her menstrual cycle, the day of ovulation usually occurs 14 days before the date on which her menstruation is due; that is, 14 days after the arrival of menstruation.

Let’s take an example: if your menstrual cycle is 28 days long, the fertile days will be between the 12th and 16th days of the cycle.

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