Trying to Conceive

Conception isn't only about having sex. There's more to it. Learn all the little secrets here while you are trying to conceive your little delight!

Last Updated: Oct 22, 2020 06:25 GMT


Trying to Conceive

For some couples, it may take just one random night of sex to get pregnant while for some, it may seem nearly impossible even after several planned attempts. Whether you are beginning to trying to conceive or have not been getting things to work, check helpful information from our articles on conception tips before you try the next time.

From understanding your fertility window to best sex positions for pregnancy, we have it all here! You really need not have sex on all 28 days of your cycle, in order to become pregnant (though it is not a bad idea!) If you would like to know the smarter and faster way to get pregnant, it is this – understand your fertility window. Your ovulation date has a critical say when you are trying to conceive. It is because sperms can be alive inside the woman’s body for 5-6 days while an ovum is viable for only 24 hours following ovulation. Fertility window is the 5-6 days before the end of the egg’s 24 hour viability time. It is calculated by an ovulation tracker or by sensing the signs of ovulation like rise in basal body temperature, the change in your vaginal discharge and breast tenderness, to name a few.

In addition, we tell you the little secrets you should know while on the bed. If your partner is habituated to withdraw his penis out just before ejaculation, remember to let go this habit. The first semen out of an ejaculation that happens after a long while may contain dead sperms. Therefore, by the time you prepare for intercourse during the fertility window, you should be in your active sexual state. Check our articles on trying to conceive to learn more such untold tips on having sex for pregnancy.