Sex - when & how often?
To begin with, rearranging your entire sex life around having a child is not a good idea. Doing so can create unnecessary pressure in your relationship and cause stress to both partners.
You should have sex as often as you like. Sex releases happiness hormones and not only benefits your health, but your relationship as well.
At the end of the day, it’s not important how often you have sex, but whether or not you’re doing it at the right time. Many couples’ attempts to conceive are often unsuccessful because they are simply having sex when getting pregnant is unlikely or even impossible.
A women is fertile for only a few hours in each cycle. Adding those hours to the lifespan of the man’s sperm cells produces a fertile time window of roughly 5-6 (fertile) days around ovulation.
When trying to get pregnant, knowing when you are ovulating during your fertile days is important because it allows you to identify the best time to have sex. Because ovulation often occurs unnoticed inside your body, it is difficult to determine when it is actually happening. Luckily, child planning aids have been developed in order to display and forecast when you are fertile and ovulating based on your personal cycle data.
Couples who use this knowledge and concentrate their lovemaking on the fertile days around ovulation are much more likely to conceive than those who don’t. Couples should sleep together during this phase as often as they feel like it. It is recommended to have sex every two days within the fertile phase.
Some doctors are even more precise in their recommendations. They state that to positively influence the chances of getting pregnant, you should have sex two days before ovulation and then also directly on the day of ovulation itself. cyclotest baby informs you of your highly fertile days directly prior to ovulation so you can altar your love life accordingly.