When is the best time to get pregnant?

Want to have children, but it is not clear whether what is the best time to conceive? In fact, many people are facing such confusion.

Many young couples have no idea about [having babies in what] and even feel confused, disappointed and depressed. Even those with good education have to rely on the personal experience of colleagues and elders.

If you have professional problems with pregnancy, the wisest choice is to consult your obstetrician before you get pregnant. Next, you are determined the best time to conceive. If you are lucky (or work very hard), you can become a expectant mother in 2 to 3 menstrual cycles!

What is the most suitable age to have children when pregnant?

Obstetricians and gynecologists believe purely from a biological point of view that the earlier the child is born after sexual maturity, the more conducive it will be to recovery. If regenerated after the age of 35, not only the probability of fetal malformation is greatly increased, but also the possibility of accompanying physical diseases during pregnancy will suddenly become larger, which will be more dangerous.

However, we human beings are social animals. Early marriage and childbirth may affect women’s studies, career and economic ability, and women’s psychology may not be mature enough, thus indirectly restricting children’s future development.

On the whole, it may be more appropriate for Chinese women to have children between the ages of 25 and 28. Of course, the specific age of what starts to prepare for pregnancy, and you can weigh the pros and cons according to your own actual situation.

Why is pregnancy so difficult?

Changes in lifestyle, excessive pressure on life, late marriage and bad eating habits will all lead to infertility.

In addition to these, the following physiological factors may also cause infertility.

Female factors:

  1. Irregular menstruation;

  2. Endocrine disorders, such as polycystic ovary syndrome;

  3. Pelvic inflammatory disease;

  4. Thyroid diseases;

  5. Tubal obstruction;

  6. Abortion history;

  7. Uterine ectopic.

Male factors:

  1. Quantity and quality of sperm;

  2. Erectile dysfunction;

  3. Genital damage.

When is the best pregnancy?

Generally speaking, women of childbearing age who have no history of smoking usually conceive during ovulation.

The ovulation period usually starts on the 14th day before the next menstruation. The normal menstrual cycle is usually about 28 days. If the menstrual cycle is stable, the ovulation period can be inferred from the menstrual time this time.

When the egg leaves the ovary and enters the fallopian tube, if it meets the sperm in the next 12 to 24 hours, it will form a fertilized egg, which will then be implanted on the inner wall of the uterus to start a new life.

If you want a baby, the best time to conceive is the day of ovulation. Since male sperm can survive around the vagina and cervix of a woman for 3 days, there is still a chance of pregnancy if you have sex within 3 days before ovulation.

How to determine the ovulation time?

Next, let’s focus on how to determine the best time to conceive. However, it should be noted that there is no 100% way to determine the best time to conceive. Every couple, every egg, and even every sperm is different. Therefore, it goes without saying that every pregnancy is a unique miracle of life.

Method 1: Measure body temperature

The best and most reliable way to determine the best pregnancy is to insist on detecting the changes in women’s basal body temperature during the menstrual cycle. The so-called basal body temperature is the body temperature measured after getting up without any activity.

As a unique physiological law for women, at the beginning of the menstrual cycle, the basic body temperature of women is often at a lower level, while on the day of ovulation, the body temperature drops to the lowest point. After ovulation, the body temperature rises and remains at a higher level until the next menstrual cycle.

During the menstrual cycle, the basal body temperature is regularly measured and recorded every morning, which can accurately grasp the ovulation time.

Once you know all about the temperature changes in the last three menstrual cycles, you will easily make an accurate judgment on your ovulation period.

Method 2: Observe cervical mucus

Cervical mucus is an important indicator to observe whether a woman is in ovulation.

During ovulation, a large amount of cervical mucus is secreted to promote fertilization. Therefore, whether ovulation is determined by observing the changes of cervical mucus.

Wipe around genitals with clean paper towel or towel at a fixed time every day to observe whether mucus changes.

    In the non-ovulation period, the amount of cervical mucus is small and becomes watery. During ovulation, cervical mucus turns white, more greasy and filamentous. At the same time, the vagina will also become moist.

During the ovulation period, you can begin to try your best to conceive.

Method 3: Detection of ovulation period

If all the above methods have been tried but still fail, then you can also try to achieve the goal of rapid pregnancy by testing the ovulation period. The ovulation period test kit, which is available in most pharmacies, can detect whether a woman is in ovulation period by measuring the luteinizing hormone level in her urine.

During ovulation, the level of this hormone in women will increase. However, this is not the gold standard for testing ovulation, because the human body has a basic secretion of luteinizing hormone. However, reagent testing can be combined with the above methods to predict a more accurate ovulation period.