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Fertility Calendar Aids Conceptionfrom: Maxx Family Life
For couples who have taken step to become parents, drawing up a workable fertility calendar will help the process of conceiving your child.
Here are some ways planning an accurate calendar will make a big difference in your success.
To begin with, a fertility calendar takes into consideration the regular menstrual cycle of a female, which helps to identity the likely date ovulation will begin during the upcoming cycle. Since the female will be more susceptible to conceiving during these 4 - 5 days prior to the beginning of ovulation, couples are able to use these projected date for ovulation to plan times to engage in intercourse with the hope of becoming pregnant.
Next, the calendar also helps a couple determine when to take a pregnancy test. The fertility calendar predicts the best days for conception, therefore, the data pinpoints the best range of days to be tested for a possible pregnancy. Thus a couple trying to conceive with have a good idea of when to get a home pregnancy test to see if, in factf their attempt during this ovulation period was successful.
A fertility calendar can also help a couple attempt to conceive during periods that may tend to help determine the specific gender of the child. While there are healthcare professionals who dispute this is possible, others believe certain days prior to ovulation have a higher chance of conceiving a male rather than a female. If you have a gender preference, taking these factors into consideration might help.
A fertility calendar is a helpful tool that aids a couple in using the natural cycle of the female for maximizing the chances to conceive. Couples who are commited to become parents will find using the calendar is an empowering tool for making their dream of parenthood a reality.
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