Tip! Counting Ovulation Days for Those Wanting to Have Children

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07 Mar 2024

Tip! Counting Ovulation Days for Those Wanting to Have Children

      Having trouble conceiving is a common issue for many couples. No matter how hard they try, they might not have children as easily as other families. One contributing factor could be the complexities surrounding conception, influenced by various factors. Tracking ovulation days can increase the chances of conception. The ovulation period, also known as the "ovulation cycle," is the optimal time for sexual intercourse to maximize the chances of pregnancy. But how do you track ovulation days and which days should you focus on? Today, we have some information to share with everyone.

      The first step is to record the dates of your menstrual cycle regularly for 8-12 months. Then, calculate as follows:

  • Determine the length of your menstrual cycle by counting from the first day of your last period to the first day of your current period. For example, if your last period started on April 5th and the previous one was on March 6th, the menstrual cycle length is 30 days.
  • Find the ovulation day by subtracting the length of the menstrual cycle from the ovulation phase. For example, if the menstrual cycle is 30 days and ovulation occurs on day 14, the ovulation day is day 16 of the menstrual cycle. Then, count 16 days from the first day of your last period, which is March 8th, and you'll get the ovulation day, which is March 23rd. Knowing the ovulation day allows you to start having intercourse a few days before and after the ovulation day to increase the chances of the egg and sperm meeting.
  •  It's recommended to have intercourse every other day or every two days instead of daily. While having sex daily may increase the chances of pregnancy, it can also lead to fatigue, stress, and reduced sperm quantity and quality. Another helpful tip is to use the missionary position, with the woman lying on her back and the man on top, as it's the easiest position for conception. After intercourse, it's advisable for the woman to remain lying on her back with a pillow under her hips for about 10-15 minutes to help the sperm reach the egg more effectively.


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