Can you only get pregnant when you're ovulating?
Technicly yes. However sperm can live in the vagina anywhere from 24 hours up to 7 days.
If you are not pregnant, and not on your period, then it probably means you are ovulating. The cervix opens up when you are ovulating, and it becomes 'slimier' to help aid the travel of the sperm. If you are pregnant, then it just means your are pregnant. If you are not pregnant, and not ovulating, then it means you are about to have your period.
Well I know that about 20% of women 25 and older get pregnant when trying to get pregnant, and when theyre not on birth control. And you can only get pregnant if your ovulating and a sperms there, so maybe it's 20%. Also, when your ovulating there are signs such as a thick white discharge, abdominal cramps similar to menstrual cramps, and also you get really horny.
There's no EASIER time to get pregnant. you can only get pregnant when you're ovulating so it's impossible to get pregnant when you are not. That's only a few days tops per month. You could start trying a day before you're ovulating because sperm can live a couple days inside of you. Also, make sure your husband isn't maturbating on his own time because he needs to save his soldiers.