I seem to be quite fertile,as had two misscarriage when i was younger in my twentys.although now i am 28 and trying for a month and no go??? why is this?
If it has only been a month then you had about 3 days you could have been fertile
If this is your first month off birth control the effects could last a few months depending on what you were using
Next time you start count that day as day1 . Have sex on day 14 16 and 18 20
Do not have sex on the alternate days not on day 12. You can have sex as much as you want after day 20
After intercourse stay laying down for 20 minutes
There are also test for ovulation and you probably start a calendar of your cycles
Have fun with this... It's an exciting time
A month is no time at all. It takes many women 6 months to a year of trying to actually get pregnant. You only have 3-4 fertile days a month and those days are different for each woman depending on when she ovulates. You have to track it many months on a calendar to really accurately predict when you ovulate. One thing you can try is to check your cervical mucus. Normally the cervical mucus is either dry or thin, cloudy and watery. When it turns viscous, stringy and looks like raw egg whites, you are fertile. The way to check is to insert a finger high into the vagina and look at the secretions, so you have to be comfortable with your body to do this. When you get some of the secretions on your finger, touch another finger or thumb to the secretion to check consistency. When it is the consistency of raw egg whites, clear and strings between your fingers, you are most fertile and should have intercourse at this time. There is nothing that shows that staying laying down after intercourse does anything to help you get pregnant faster but it wont hurt to try it if you want.
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