Did you know that you are only fertile for five or six days in each menstrual cycle? To increase your chances of getting pregnant quickly, you should know when you are fertile. Use our fertile and ovulation calculator to calculate when your fertile window is, so you’ll know the best time to have intercourse when you’re trying to conceive.
How do I get Pregnant?
Hopefully, if you've landed on this page, you already know the basics of how to become pregnant. And, for many couples, having regular intercourse and hoping for the best is enough. However, there's a lot you can do to help you with conceiving more quickly and easily.
- Did you know that you're only fertile for six days in your 28-day menstrual cycle?
- Did you know that taking your temperature before you sit up in bed each morning can help you to identify when you're fertile?
- Did you know that your, and your husband's, lifestyle choices can affect your chances of getting pregnant?
- What are the pregnancy conception myths? Is there a best position to get pregnant? Can you determine whether you conceive a girl or a boy?
Scroll down for an excellent range of articles on how to get pregnant naturally, conception tips, pregnancy tests, and pre-pregnancy lifestyle advice.
Doctors calculate due date from last menstrual period. It is also important to know the first day of your last menstrual period to calculate when you ovulate. How does this convention work and why is it used? Find out more here.
Ten easy and natural ways to increase pregnancy chances. Every couple has a different experience of how long it takes to get pregnant. But there are simple lifestyle changes you can make to increase your chances of getting pregnant. Check out our ten top tips here.
Everyone has a biological clock – it’s just the rhythms of life. But women’s biological clock is often referred to as a yearning desire to have a baby which sneaks up on us in our thirties. How do you know if your biological clock is ticking? What can you do about it?
Once you’ve made the decision to try for a baby, it can feel like forever until you finally get that positive result! We take a look at some of the facts and statistics about how long it takes couples to get pregnant.
Trying to conceive is different for every couple and there are many factors which can affect how long it takes you to get pregnant. In this post, we look at simple lifestyle changes you and your partner can make to make it easier to conceive.
What is the best sexual position for conceiving a baby? We’ve all heard 101 different stories about the best positions for getting pregnant. Is there any truth to these stories? Find out more here.
Measuring your basal body temperature can help you to identify your fertile window and increase your chances of getting pregnant more quickly. But how do you measure your bbt? And how can you ensure the results are accurate? Find out more here.