In general, there are two things that cause a couple not to get offspring even if they have tried to have sex intensely. The first cause of difficulty in conception is the fertility condition of the couple itself. It can be infertile and women don’t produce quality eggs.
The second cause of the difficulty of getting a pregnancy is the wrong time to have intercourse. Having sex to get offspring is not as easy as physical contact. There are several things that must be considered for sperm to enter when the egg comes out of the fallopian tube. If the egg does not come out and the sperm dies, fertilization is impossible.
Well, if the second problem is experienced by a partner, about when is the best time to have sex. Then what sex every day can increase the chances of pregnancy from a partner?
The Best Time to Have Sex
Some couples may often have sex on the 14th day after menstruation ends. Today is considered the most fertile day, making it easier for sperm to enter and fertilize. What the couple believes is not entirely right and wrong.
Female ovulation does occur about 1-2 weeks after the last menstrual period. However, not all women have the same menstrual cycle. There are women whose menstrual cycles are 28 days and there are more than 30 days. Some women even experience unequal menstrual cycles every month.
The best time to have intercourse is 2-3 days before ovulation occurs or the 12th or 13th day of the cycle. Some women who have a short menstrual cycle can try sex on the 8th or 9th day after the last menstrual period. So, sex must be done without waiting for ovulation.
Why do You Have Sex Before Ovulation?
You might ask: why should you love ovulation before? Isn’t ovulation easier to fertilize during ovulation? If you haven’t ovulated, what will be fertilized by sperm?