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.

Therefore, it is very important to find out when is the time you are most fertile, so you can shorten the time of waiting when to conceive, because the time to conceive increases significantly as couples get older.

Frequent and repeated sex is not the best tool to make a girl pregnant. The ovulation period is the best climate for attempting to be pregnant. A fully recharged male will find his procreation powers more effective at this time.

Statistics show an alarming rate of infertility among couples. The condition is of serious interest for any woman who is determined in getting pregnant. Not only women, but also their partners want to learn when do ovulation and implantation occur.

Couples are also interested to know when is the best time for intercourse to achieve pregnancy. Another concern is to know the common reasons for miscarriages and pregnancy loss and the corresponding statistical rates and data. Because of several human factors – ovulation, conception and implantation of the fertilized ovum are among the complex topics for scientific investigation.

This is the reason why the figures and data are based only upon averages, theoretical numbers and even come from smart guesses.

Also remember that you cannot “store up” sperm, which means that there is really no advantage to abstaining from sex if you are trying to conceive. In this case, more is better, and in fact studies have shown that fresh sperm have a better chance of achieving a pregnancy than sperm which have been stored up for many days.

The Best Time For Intercourse

When to make love…. Timing Is Everything!

Now that you know the right way to timing and predicting ovulation, the next important thing you should learn is the best timing for intercourse to get pregnant.

Various researches shows uniform results demonstrating that there is a greater chance of pregnancy if intercourse occurs within 6 days prior to and including ovulation day. Chances of pregnancy are low after the ovulation period.

Do you know that the probability of conception progresses from 10% when intercourse occurred 5 days prior to ovulation to 33% when it happened on the day of ovulation itself?

This information clearly suggests that the best time for intercourse for a woman to conceive who have a 28 day cycle would be days 10, 12, 14 and in cases of late ovulation, day 16. But if your cycle were longer or shorter than 28 days, the best timing for intercourse would be day’s -4, -2, and 0, +2 with respect to the expected ovulation day.

Many couples complain that they are too stressed out to have frequent sex. Here are some simple measures you can take to increase sexual frequency.

1. Use sexual toys like vibrators or body massagers, to make sex more fun

2. Using a lubricant like liquid paraffin can help to make sex more exciting

3. Playing sex games can help – try taking turns seducing each other!

4. If you find you are too tired to have sex at night after a hard day’s work, then why not have sex the first thing in the morning ? This is a great way to start the day, and you can have a quickie when you are taking a shower together!

Remember it’s much more fun making a baby in your bed room than coming to doctors (And think of all the money you’ll be saving – it’s like being paid to make love to your wife!)

Also remember that you cannot “store up” sperm, which means that there is really no advantage to abstaining from sex if you are trying to conceive. In this case, more is better, and in fact studies have shown that fresh sperm have a better chance of achieving a pregnancy than sperm which have been stored up for many days.