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Trying To Conceive For 2 years
Hi I am 24 years old and my fiancé is 22 next week, we have been together for 3years and have been trying to conceive for 2 and a half years! I have been to my doctors and been tested and we are both clear! I am like clockwork with my periods I am never late or early. Do you have any advice that will help us?
Thanks you! KerrieAnswer:
If your periods are regular, you should have no problem getting pregnant provided that you have plenty of fertile cervical mucus.
Some women who ovulate regularly do not get pregnant because they lack healthy cervical mucus or the environment in their vagina is too acidic. Read about fertile mucus here
It is important to have sex 24 hours before ovulation. You need to know when you are about to ovulate and plan intercourse as closely as possible to ovulation, but just before the egg is released. Healthy couples that have been trying to conceive for years may miss the egg simply by not planning intercourse based on fertility charting.
Are you charting your cycle?
If you are not doing that yet, you need to get started. Download my FREE Guide To Fertility Charting And Natural Conception To Learn more
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