A better wording for this question is...When will you be most fertile? And a great question it is and something every women (and male ) should know. Fertility is NOT based on the number of days past your last period -- so you can't start counting and say, "bingo I'm fertile today because the calendar says so." For most women fertility happens mid-cycle but as we all know the number of days from one period to another can very greatly. DON'T COUNT DAYS! So how do you know when you are fertile? Your body gives three physical signs to tell you. 1.) your morning temperature will be higher than average. Measuring this takes a special thermometer called a basal thermometer that you can buy at any drug store for under $5. You will need to take your temp each morning at the same time before any activity. You will see it jump! This is a pain, but then again so is an abortion or changing diapers for two years! 2.) your daily discharge will increase and become stringy and sticky like egg yoke. This is a high nutrient fluid that both feeds the sperm and lubricates their way to the egg. If you can stretch it between your fingers more than an inch or so -- you are fertile. Tell you partner. This is easy for them to check as well. If your discharge is like egg yoke - tell the guy to take a cold shower before you get naked and romantic. 3.) this takes a gentle touch, but your cervix actually opens up wider and is softer during your fertile time. This is done via a self digital exam, or if you have a loving partner he can tell through the normal foreplay activities. It took me a few months with my wife to discern what I was touching, what was typical and what was like during the fertile time. For more information on non-chemical Birth Control or pregnancy planning, visit the Couple to Couple League at CCLI.ORG.
You are most fertile about 2 weeks after your period.
I can't remember when my most fertile days are until my period.
You are most fertile approx. 2 weeks after your period, right in the middle of your cycle.
no you are at your most fertile during ovulation which is the stage that happens before your perios.. your period is a result of an egg not becoming fertilized however you can still get pregnant during your period.. it is just not your most fertile time
i have found it the most accurate that you are the most fertile on your period because that egg is still being release and if the sperm is in there it could stay in there longer then it would not on your period
Straight after your period as that is when you're most fertile.
No! You're most fertile on the days 11-17 of your cycle!
You are most fertile about 14 days after your period has finished up until your next period starts, but you can get pregnant at any time
2 Weeks after her period.
usually, the four days after your period
is it two weeks be for period
if your period comes on the first of the month, from the eleventh to the fifteenth is the most fertile days.
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no, the two days before usually.
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# Conception usually occurs about 5-7 days after intercourse # Your most fertile period is about 5 days before ovulation # For most(but not all) women ovulation occurs about 14 days prior to her period.
around two weeks before your period
Yes. You can get pregnant at any time during your period or not. Two weeks after your period is when you are most fertile.
The best time for mating a female is between the seventh and fourteenth day of her season.
You ovulate 13 days after your period starts but you are fertile from day 8-14 after your period starts.
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usually right before you're the most fertile
Your most fertile time - is the week after the end of your period.
If your last cycle was may 29th then you were MOST fertile 10 to 12 days before may 29th
The female dog is most fertile and receptive to mating between the seventh and fourteenth day of her season.