I have been trying to get pregnant for awhile now but my period has been irregular up until January of this year now its on time every month but idk when the best time to conceive would be me and my bf had sex the night before i ovulated and three nights before is this a good time frame, whats my chances ill conceive?
Hi! If you were my patient, I would advise you that if you are ovulating consistently you are probably ovulating. One way to determine that is to do ovulation predictors. They are near the pregnancy tests in most drug stores. If you count the first day of your period as cycle day one, you can start your predictors on cycle day numbers 11-16. Those days should be your fertile window. Good luck! Dr B
i am also trying to concive after one still born and one misscarige my and my partner have been trying to have a family of are own he already has two kids
ive been trying now for 14months if you dont know when your ovlating then take ovlation predictor kits use cheap ones to start of with i used wilksons own brand id test 2 times once in the morning and in the evening only because i took a test in the morning i was not ovalting i did one at 9pm and it was a postive
i would also remcomed med help ovlation tracker to keep an eye on your cycle and fill in what been happing
i would also say have sex once every day
some docters say to have sex every day help make your changes very high of concieving try this for about 1year if no luck then go to your gp and see if your partner sprem count is good and make sure everything working the way it should for you too good luck trying is very hard this month me and my partner have took a break of trying to see if it helps also try not to get stressed out trying to concive can take months for some ppl and years for others
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