A conception calendar will help you keep track of your fertile days so that you can best plan your chances for pregnancy. Get a notebook or journal for yourself and start marking in these days.
Day 1 is always the day you begin bleeding, the day your period starts. It is by far the easiest day to make note of.
This is when most women stop bleeding, although your schedule might be a little different. Around day 6, your body releases the FSH to prime your ovaries into preparing a new egg. Your uterus prepares for this new egg, too.
Egg Release Day. If you're taking your tempature, you should seeit go up a bit. Your egg is about to move down through the fallopian tube, and if you want to get pregnant, a sperm should be waiting for it. Since sperm can live for up to five days, if you make love for the next 4 days or so, you will super saturate the area with live, eager sperm. Hopefully one will connect!
The egg is down in the Uterus and if it's fertilized it is preparing to implant. Follow the many other conception tips on the site to make sure your body is healthy and encourages the egg to settle down to create a new life!
Lisa's Conception Information and Tips
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