If a couple is interested in having a baby, the most obvious question that sprouts before them is ‘when is the best time to conceive’?
There are many presumptions and misconceptions on conception such as when you can get pregnant and when you can't. The question is when the woman will ovulate and how often the couple needs to have sexual intercourse to get pregnant?
Female should look out for fertility signs such as lower abdominal pain around the time they ovulate. Alternatively, month to month monitoring can help women figure out fertility indications. Ovulation can also be tracked by keeping track of temperature every morning. During ovulation time, body temperature is higher than normal.
Health experts advise not to engage in intercourse a few days before the ovulation period to ensure that sperm count is high. Sexual intercourse on every alternate day during the fertile phase is recommended by health experts. A couple needs to have sexual intercourse before the female partner’s ovulation starts. When ovulation is only two to three days away is when the woman is the most fertile. Little sexual activity or too much of it is harmful and inappropriate. Also, refrain from everyday sexual intercourse to maintain sperm count.
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