To some people, getting pregnant is very hard to do, some get pregnant with less than a little effort. Definite the time of ovulation is the main factor for getting pregnant.
- One of the methods is counting days to predict the time of ovulation. Ovulation happens once eggs are released; they pass through the cervix and get into the uterus. A few day before an ovulation is the time women have the most chance of conception, so knowing the time of ovulations is very important.
A few day before an ovulation is the time women have the most chance of conception.
- Start with counting the time of ovulations. Keep in track with your period in 3-6 months. Calculate the length from the first day of your recent period to the first day of your next period. Monitoring it for 6 months will help you have a better result.
- Another way to get pregnant is determine ovulation through cervical mucus. When you’re in period, in the middle of the period, the mucus has a cream-like structure. By the time you start ovulating, it becomes white, translucent and pretty thin.
When having an ovulation, some women have pain in one side of their abdomen.
- When having an ovulation, some women have pain in one side of their abdomen. The time frame varies from minutes to hours. This is another sign showing that you’re ovulating. The method called mittelschmerz.
- Measure your body temperature, preferably in the morning. The body temperature range of ovulation varies from 0.4-0.8 degrees Fahrenheit.
Tips and warnings
Be relaxed, stress only makes your conception harder.
- Be patient, don’t get stressed – it can make your conception harder.
- Always ask doctors or specialists for advice.