Trying to Get Pregnant?
What You Should Know

We always thought getting pregnant was easy. You just have sex, right?  Just having sex isn’t all there is to it.  Pregnancy starts when a sperm from the man’s body meets an egg in the woman’s body. Every day, millions of sperm are made in a man’s body But the woman’s egg is ready only once a month Sperm is made in a man’s body every 4 day’s in his testicles. The sperm
in  scrotum is  where they are kept cool

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The Journey of Sperm

When the man has sex, the sperm travel through his tubes past special glands. These glands produce a liquid that mixes with the sperm, allowing them to travel into the woman’s vagina. Sperm stays in and healthy, making their way into the woman’s uterus and tubes.

Timing is Key

A woman is able to get pregnant only one week out of the month. Her body undergoes special preparations for pregnancy during this time.

Signs of Fertility

Changes in the Mucus

Two signs to observe: changes in the mucus in the vagina and changes in body temperature. Checking these signs daily can help determine when you can get pregnant. Taking a class is recommended for beginners.

Mucus Changes Throughout the Month

Two signs to observe: changes in the mucus in the vagina and changes in body temperature. Checking these signs daily can help determine when you can get pregnant. Taking a class is recommended for beginners.

How to Check Mucus

Start checking mucus as soon as your period is over. Wipe the outside of the vagina with toilet paper and observe the mucus. Record the characteristics of the mucus on a chart or calendar.

Monitoring Body Temperature

Taking your temperature each morning can also help predict fertile days. Temperature rises by three-tenths of a degree or more after ovulation. Record your temperature on a chart.

Advice on Fertility

Seek a medical exam for both men and women, checking for sexually transmitted diseases. Avoid alcohol, drugs, and smoking. Stay away from workplace hazards like pesticides, gases, and x-rays.

Best Time to Get Pregnant

The easiest time to get pregnant is the week you see wet mucus until just after your temperature rises. Have sex every other day during that week. Lie flat for about 20 minutes after sex.

Closing Thoughts

Remember, most likely pregnancy will happen within a year. If you’ve been trying for a year or more, it may be time to seek professional help. Ask a healthcare professional to see how they can assist you.

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