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.
They are entirely related. The previous answer that it's ultimately "God's will" and science is only "sort of" involved in fertility is complete nonsense; the entire menstrual process explains in detail when and how fertility occur. In other words, depending on where in your menstrual cycle you are, you will be more or less likely to become pregnant (less likely during your period and just after, more likely during ovulation).
Woman can be fertile anytime after the start of the menstrual cycle. She can become pregnant even before she gets her menstrual cycle. Usually the first two to three years may be with out ovulation. But this is not the rule of thumb. After this period the woman becomes more likely to have pregnancy.
in a normal 28 day cycle the time that a woman is most likely to become pregnant from having sexual intercourse is on days 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 from the time that her menstrual cycle starts (that is the first day you menstrual bleeding starts). for more information on this subject go to the related link below(Fertility Timing).
Hormonal birth control can make the menstrual cycle more predictable during the time you take them. After you stop, your period is likely to return to its previous pattern. There are other treatments available for specific causes of irregular menstrual cycles, some of which can be used by women trying to get pregnant. See your health care provider for help.
A woman may potentially get pregnant at anytime during her menstrual cycle. The likelihood of getting impregnated increases around day 14 which is ovulation day if the period is regular. Advice given to those who wish to avoid getting pregnant is as follows - use contraception and/or avoid intercourse between days 10 and 20 (especially day 14) of the menstrual cycle to decrease the chances of getting pregnant.
You can only get pregnant if you have sex during the fertile phase of your cycle. A woman will ovulate around two weeks before menstruation, at most there will only be a viable egg for up to 48 hours, this is the only time a woman can conceive. Around a week before ovulation cervical mucus changes so that the mucus flows into the vaginal canal acting as a medium through which sperm can swim up…
No, if a woman has no menstrual cycle then she cannot get pregnant. The menstrual cycle includes ovulation, no ovulation means no pregnancy. This is how hormonal birth control such as the combination pill works, it suppresses the menstrual cycles in order to stop ovulation to prevent unintended pregnancy.
You can get pregnant at any time suring your cycle if you have unprotected sex. It is less likely to get pregnant DURING your menstrual period, but it is possible. If you are trying not to get pregnant, make sure you use a condom during your whole cycle. If you've had unprotected sex and you're worried you might get pregnant, go to a helth department or Planned Parenthood and ask for the Plan B pills…