Fertility and Pregnancy Issues-Tips for Enhancing Your Chances of Getting Pregnant
In most cases, when a couple have so made a decision to have another baby, the case has always been for the women to be caught in such an excited frenzy to see this come through, making all efforts to ensure that they catch the pregnancy in their next cycle. The fact that many seem to be oblivious of is the fact that getting pregnant can actually take them some time. It has even been established that for a healthy 30 year old woman, the odds of conception in a month are as low as being at 20% chance. Now this gives all the reasons for you to never be dismayed by the lingering delay in your odds for conception irrespective of the efforts so put so far. In the event that you just can’t wait for you to have your conception, here are a few tricks to up your chances.
From what we may have learnt in school and from other places, one may be excused for thinking that conceiving is such a simple thing which naturally follows a sexual intercourse. The reality is that this is one thing that actually can get to be a little bit more complex. The basics have it that in each and every month there are those hormonal changes that occur in a woman’s body that cause an immature egg in the ovary to grow and mature. And as a matter of fact, this cycle is not any uniform in all ladies but differs. This is a process that oftentimes takes a period of two weeks on average and it is often signaled by the onset of the woman’s menstrual period. When the egg shall have so matured, it will then be released from the ovary in a process known as ovulation and gets to the fallopian tube as it is transported to the uterus finally. Remember the fact that the egg after it is out of the uterus and into the fallopian tube or uterus, will only be viable for fertilization for a period of a maximum of 24 hours. Should it be so that the egg gets so fertilized by a sperm cell within such a timeline of 24 hours, then the egg will keep travelling down the fallopian tube and to the uterus where it is then implanted on the uterine lining.
The key many need to know of in so far as getting pregnant goes is to have intercourse within the days before and during the ovulation phase. This is so as to ensure that there will be sperm cells in the fallopian tube waiting to fertilize the egg whenever they will be released.