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When is the best time to get pregnant/ how many days after period?

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DzooBaby 10 Apr 2014

This is difficult to determine because not everyone is the same but on average (the problem being no one is completely average and not even the same month to month) a woman ovulates about 2 weeks (14 days) after the START of her menstrual period. So make note on the calendar of the very first day you start your period, count forward 14 days and try to have sex from a few days before to a few days after that day for best odds of getting pregnant. You dont have to have marathon sex either. In fact, it is best if you dont. Men need time to build up sperm again so once a day during your fertile period should be enough to get the job done. Keep in mind that it may take 6 months to a year or more to actually get pregnant. You may be one of the lucky one who get pregnant immediately but most women arent that lucky. Try not to stress to much about it as stress is not conducive to pregnancy.

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