When is the Best Time to Get Pregnant?

Do you know when the best time to get pregnant is within your monthly cycle? It is imperative that you do in order to increase your chances of getting pregnant more quickly.

Sure, you can just have sex with your partner and eventually get pregnant, but focusing on the best days to get pregnant will increase your probability of pregnancy each month. Knowing when to get pregnant is vital to getting pregnant fast.

It’s important for you to understand your monthly cycle and your ovulation schedule in order to determine when to have sexual relations. If you want a refresher of the basics, see the menstrual cycle page here.

It’s important to learn how to use ovulation predictor methods so you can decrease the amount of time it takes you to get pregnant. Learning these methods will also help you to ease some frustration if it has been taking longer than you expected.

Ovulation testing and prediction become easier as you learn more about your menstrual cycle and begin to track your cycle each month. I go over determining your ovulation in detail here.

Ovulation and conception will most likely coincide when you focus on having intercourse on the two to three days before ovulation. Thus, it’s important for you to track your ovulation date each month and plan your baby making sex around these ovulation days. (See more about BBT charting here.)

If you wait until after ovulation, it will be too late to get pregnant. Utilizing several different methods to track ovulation is best in order to know just when the best times are for getting pregnant.

I have used basal body temperature readings, cervical mucus observation, and ovulation prediction kits. Using all three of these methods helped me to calculate my ovulation days and get pregnant more quickly.

If you haven’t already, make sure to sign up for my free 12-part ovulation e-course in order to better understand your ovulation so you can get pregnant more quickly.