Learning about fertility periods can be of great help to a woman, who can choose to avoid or increase her chances of becoming pregnant on her own. Fertility period can be identified in several ways. Among common methods to determine fertile periods are measuring basal temperature and mucous consistency both of which are effective, though careful monitoring in each is required.
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Pregnancy should be well-planned and mandates that the to-be mother make long-term decisions. To prepare for or prevent pregnancy, a woman must give special attention to her fertility period. The body of a woman works in cycles as far as conception is concerned. Therefore, a woman can only conceive during a specific period of the cycle.
The most fertile time to get pregnant is known as the fertility window. The window stretches from 5—6 days, which starts 2—3 days before ovulation until the day of ovulation. It is the time when sexual intercourse is most likely to lead to pregnancy. Once a woman has begun to ovulate, she cannot get pregnant until the next cycle.
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Most women do not experience difficulties to get pregnant, but there is always a slight chance of failure. These fertility concerns can be prevented with better understanding of fertility and aspects associated with fertility cycle.
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