How to identify the days when the possibility of conceiving a baby and pregnancy is highest?
The first step is to listen to your body: the fertile days coincide with ovulation and to calculate them you need to pay attention to the rhythm of the menstrual cycle, which is not the same for all. On average it lasts 29 days, but in reality it can vary from 26 to 32.
Ovulation takes place halfway through the menstrual cycle, more precisely 14 days before the arrival of the menstrual cycle.
So, for example, if the cycle is scheduled for October 30, the day of ovulation sh
For some time now, you've been wanting to become a mother, you've talked about it with your partner and you think it's time to try. What can you do to prepare yourself? "Although it is always a good idea to take care of your health and fertility to get to the appointment in the best physical condition, when you decide to have a child it becomes even more important to correct the shooting on different aspects of your life," says Rossana Sarli, gynecologist in Genoa. From diet to lifestyle and examinations, the Ministry of Health reminds aspiring parents in the "Think about i
Sooner or later there comes a time when instinctively the desire for a child is born or when you think you can no longer postpone this decision. You talk to your partner, but he "can't hear" you. This is a rather common situation today, given the general tendency to postpone the arrival of the child. Such an important project, however, if not shared, can seriously put the couple in crisis. What to do in these cases?
"The fact that paternity has moved forward in time, in fact, leads women to do a little more pressure within a relationship that they feel stable, otherwise
Practical tips for getting pregnant: fertile period, calculation of ovulation days, observation of cervical mucus, basal temperature, pharmacy tests and transvaginal ultrasounds. Here they are in detail. Continue reading “Fertile period: 5 ways to locate day X” »
Many couples, (about 15-20 percent according to the latest estimates in Italy) have difficulty becoming natural parents and, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), after 12-24 months of targeted relationships without any success the couple is called infertile. A problem that is difficult to tackle, especially from a psychological point of view. Often sadness, discouragement, loss of self-esteem and the relative crisis of the couple occur. Yet today the innovative techniques of medically assisted procreation (PMA) allow to obtain excellent results, even where the