If you want to get pregnant fast then you must start to pay attention to your body, since it gives you amazingly accurate clues about when its the best time to conceive a baby. Use the simple tips to identify your most fertile time.
There are two kinds of fertility signs, they are known as primary and secondary fertility signs. Primary signs are those signs that are definitive. They are your body’s clues that tell you that ovulation is on the way and they are 100% reliable, if you know how to correctly analyze them. Secondary fertility signs are those signs that are used as a backup for the primary signs, in other words, secondary signs help to confirm the primary signs.
Primary Fertility Signs
The primary fertility signs are:
Your waking or basal body temperature
Your waking or basal temperature will tell you over the course of about three or four months, whether or not you ovulate. Your temperature will often be lower before you ovulate and then make a sharp rise after you have ovulated. Some women experience a sharp dip in temperature around the time of ovulation and then a dramatic rise after ovulation.You will need a basal thermometer I used the Smart Period Tracker Fertility Monitor, Basal Body Temperature Thermometer, available here, when I was trying to conceive and it worked wonderfully. All I had to do was take my temperature and an app on my phone would chart my temperatures and tell me my most fertile times of the month.
Cervical Fluid or mucus is that fluid that a woman secretes naturally from her cervix, it flows down to the vagina. The type of cervical fluid a woman is producing is directly related to where she is in her cycle. Throughout the cycle, cervical fluid goes from moist to lotiony or creamy and finally to egg white consistency. A woman is most fertile when she is producing egg white cervical fluid. Learning how to identify this fertility sign will tell a woman when she is fertile and when she is infertile during her menstrual cycle. Start monitoring this fluid every time you use the bathroom.
Every month your cervix changes position depending on whether you are fertile or not. The cervix is usually firm, low and closed but as ovulation approaches it becomes soft, high, open and very wet from the cervical fluid it pushes out. You can squat and insert a finger or two into your vagina to easily check this.
Secondary Fertility Signs
Secondary fertility signs are not experienced by all women, but for those who are lucky enough to have them they provide extra clues as to what is happening inside their bodies during any given cycle. Here are a few common secondary fertility signs:
1.Pain or aching near ovaries
2. Water retention
Some women experience a sharp pain in the ovary from which the egg is released. Other women may notice that one side of their
vulva (vaginal lips) swells. This usually occurs on the side where the ovary that released the egg is located.
Excerpted from the book “HOW TO MAKE A BABY” by SImone Novelette
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