Wednesday, December 3, 2008

How to Discover Your Fertile days

By Adenuga Sunday Joseph

In this presentation, I want to try as much as possible to show you how to recognise your fertile periods. This are the days when you are most likely to conceive or get pregnant after sex. If you are able to recognise your fertile days, you will be able to control your conception. The Billings Ovulation Method teaches women how to observe the mucus that comes out of their private organs.

A woman ovulates or releases eggs only one time during her cycle, and the egg can survive for only 12-24 hours. Cervical mucus enabling healthy sperm cells to navigate the genital tract is necessary for fertility, this is mucus always appear colorless and draws when the woman touches it with two fingers, it draws as she tries to separate the two fingers. The first thing is that it is colorless, then it draws.

The spermatozoa live only one to three days in the presence of fertile mucus, with survival up to five days being rare. The sperms may not be able to survive after three to four days, so if you want to get pregnant, make sure you have sex with your husband during your fertile days. Husbands must take time to help their wives to observe themselves and cooperate with them by abstaining during the fertile time if they are not expecting a baby at that point in time. Abstinence is the best way to avoid pregnancy during the woman's fertile days.

Menstruation will occur about 2 weeks after ovulation. This is the flushing of the unfertilized eggs during the period of the cycle. The cervical mucus keeps the sperm alive during the woman's fertile days, but if no sperm is available, then there will naturally not be any fertilization of egg, hence there will not be any conception or pregnancy.

Subfertile woman: Ovulation is the release of ovum or egg, which last for 24 hours maximum, the periods before this maybe her subfertile time but because at this time the mucus can keep the sperm alive, she is still said to be fertile even before her day of ovulation. The sperms are kept alive to the time ovulation will take place to cause pregnancy in the woman.

A ten-year study of 45,280 subfertile couples in China found that 32.1% of women were able to achieve pregnancy and live birth through the use of Billings Method.

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