Archive for the ‘Healthy Pregnancy’ Category

Planning for a Women’s Most Fertile Time

The reproductive system is like a symphony. It has different sections – the strings, percussion and horns. Each section must begin to play right on cue for a contada to result. Every part of the reproductive system must be ready for fertility/conception to occur. As with a symphony, in the reproductive system, timing is everything. If ovulation and the physiological processes that influence conception are functioning properly, the information and tools offered in this section will help you in your journey to pregnancy.
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The Critical Time for Implantation

Getting pregnant is one thing, but another important thing that you should set in your mind is carrying the pregnancy to term, without losing it.

Women are not aware that the time of implantation into the lining of the uterine plays a significant role in pregnancy loss.

Generally, implantation occurs on the 7th day after the ovulation period. But, new studies revealed that this was a rare case.

A very sensitive pregnancy test was performed to accurately determine the day of implantation, thus comparing the HCG measurement to ovulation.
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How Often Should You Have Sex. Part 2

Planning Pregnancy According to Time and Days.

Getting pregnant is tied to the state of ovulation in the femme womb. To preparing to get pregnant and to inviting a higher success rate, there are logical steps that can be followed in sex. Pregnancy can be planned according to the next steps.

A woman would be keeping track of her regular menstrual cycle. Taking such as a reference point, the period when ovulation is happening can be predicted. Talk to your betrothed and confide in him or her about the game plan on how to get pregnant.

The rule of thumb using this plan is to use two weeks as a measure. Two weeks or 14 days before the onset of the menstrual cycle is the richest season to plant the seed of pregnancy with the spouse who is trying to conceive.

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How Often Should You Have Sex. Part 1

Timing Intercourse and Ovulation for Conception!

Knowing the right timing or schedule would indicate your chances of hitting the matured egg. All women differ from one another and have different menstrual cycles. One may find it easy to conceive and the other may find it difficult.

Remember, you have to have a chart to monitor this and your fertility signs can be tremendously useful in the analysis and resolution of fertility issues, like problems with ovulation, which is the number 1 fertility issue in women.

Usually, a woman’s menstrual cycle is 28 days but still normal at 31 days.

Ovulation takes place on the 11th to 12th day after menstruation. This is the peak where the couple should have an intercourse.

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Mother’s Age

In your 20s, you are probably at your most fertile. Your chances of becoming pregnant each month are roughly 20 percent, and the miscarriage rate is its lowest — 9.5 percent. Despite the fact that you may be physically ready for a child, you may be less stable in your career or relationship in your 20s, and having a baby may add significant stress to your life.

In your 30s, your fertility begins to decline a bit, and the miscarriage rate increases slightly, as do your chances of having a child with Down syndrome or another chromosomal abnormality. At the same time, if you are married or have a partner, your relationship may be more stable, and your career and financial situation more secure.
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All About Pregnancy

In 1994, the live birth rate in the United States was 3,952,767, or 15.2/1,000 women. The unintended pregnancy rate during the same year was 48 percent of all pregnancies. Of the unintended pregnancies, 47 percent resulted in abortion, 40 percent in live births and 13 percent in miscarriages. The impaired ability to get pregnant was 10.2 percent in 1994, as reported by the National Center for Health Statistics.

Understanding Your Body:

The Female Reproductive System
The female reproductive system consists of those organs that allow for procreation. These include the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus and vagina. They create an environment suitable for the delivery of sperm to a mature egg, they allow fertilization to occur, and they provide nutrition for the growing fetus.

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