How soon after your period can you get pregnant?

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You have probably heard many stories how women got pregnant right after their period passed, the two days before their period started or even during their cycle. Yes, there are so many different stories, and with so many different explanations. If you are trying to get pregnant, then you need to know some scientific facts. Let’s say you are experiencing a situation where you are hardly trying to get a baby for a few months and nothing happened.


What are you doing wrong? You heard the story how your friend got pregnant after her period and all that accidentally. Yes, it can drive people who are desperately trying crazy. First of all, you need to know your cycle. Most women get their period between 26-32 days. What does that mean? After your period is gone, you should start counting the days. The ovulation happens mostly two weeks after your period is gone. That would be the best time to try for a baby.

The average fertile days last for four days, which means that you can get pregnant if you are having unprotected sex in those days. Well, it is actually not that simple. Do you really know when your fertile days are or are you just watching at your calendar and frustrating yourself how nothing still happens? Not all women have the same cycle, and in that case, there are so many of them who has the different period of their ovulation. Those stories that you have heard about getting pregnant right after the cycle, or right before it, are actually the minority of the cases. Then, those women don’t experience their fertile days in the middle of the month, but right after their menstruation is over or just before it starts.

The best advice I can give you is to learn to realize when your fertile days are. Most women have familiarized with their bodies with years, because everyone is different, at least a little bit. First of all, if you don’t have some obviousq2 signs in your fertile days, I will tell you what are the options to know when they are. What are the typical signs most women experience in their fertile days? It is similar to those symptoms when you are in a PMS condition.

One of your ovaries will hurt, the one which is actually ovulating that month. That is the first sign. A pain can vary from a woman to woman, but most of them say that it is a sharp pain which doesn’t last long. It may last from one day to four days. Second, your breasts will hurt a bit. It is very similar to that feeling when you are awaiting your cycle to begin, but a little less intensive. Third, and this would be your favorite part, you will look fresh and beautiful.

Our mother nature made it that way because in our fertile days we attract the partner and have the better possibility to conceive. I am talking about the natural order here, not about you and your loved one, don’t worry. You attract him all the time. If you aren’t experiencing any of the signs while ovulating, then you can buy some ovulation tests. Those will show you if you are in your fertile days or not. Besides that, measuring your basal temperature is also a good way to find out where are you in your cycle. If your temperature is a little bit higher than usual than you are probably in your fertile days.

Do you think that you know your body or are you just following the calendar?q3

Can a woman realize it herself when her fertile days are?

Do you know that following your intuition and relaxing can bring you the best results while trying for a baby?

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