Where can you learn more about the menstrual cycle and when you are more likely to get pregnant during the month?

I suggest the book, "Taking Charge of Your Fertility". You are most likely to get pregnant the day of your LH surge. This is the hormone that surges about 36 hours before the egg pops out. Ovulation predictor kits and the Clearblue Fertility Monitor are used to detect the LH surge.

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You are most likely to get pregnant 12 to 14 days after the last day of your period.

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You can find more information about when you are more likely to get pregnant if you go to www.babycenter.com or www.webmd.com

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It is not particularly difficult to tell when you are ovulating---the cervical mucus is more abundant, clear, and stringy. Non-fertile day mucus is scanty, cloudy, and tacky. You can tell the difference on toilet paper if you pay attention. You get fertile mucus for a few days before you ovulate, to assist sperm in getting past the cervix and into the womb. If you avoid making love during the fertile mucus times and for three days afterwards, you will not get pregnant. You can have fertile mucus more than once in your cycle. See http://www.woomb.org for more information on fertile mucus and natural family planning.