When are Girls Most Likely to Get Pregnant?

Last Revised on September 30, 2011

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Whether you are trying to have a baby or thinking about future plans after the marriage, you have come to the right place. Here is a quick fact about foods. Soybeans and foods made with them such as tofu has isoflavones which help regulate reproductive hormone production and make ovulation more consistent. Zinc, Vitamin B6 and E are the most important nutrition deficiencies of which can lead to problem with reproductions. With that being said, overall quality of your diet matters the most.

When are you most likely to get pregnant?

Girls are most likely to get pregnant when they are ovulating, a day when ovaries release egg. A girl can ovulate anytime during her cycle, but girls are least fertile during two weeks into their cycle or one week after their last period started.

You can get pregnant anytime but you are most likely to get pregnant if you are having unprotected sex when you are just days before or few weeks after your menstrual cycle. All women knows that menstrual cycle is different for every women because although the average typical cycle goes for 28 days but some women may have longer or shorter cycle, and some woman even have few pregnancy windows due to various factors such as environment and weather, physical and mental stress, diet and nutrition, etc. If your cycle is 28 day, you are most fertile 14 days into it.  But many experts do seem to claim that the girl is least likely to get pregnant when they are two days coming out of the ovulation period. So it is best to try about a week before you ovulate because your internal environment is not only friendly and enables sperm to live long for days in there until it catches your egg.

Therefore, often we hear that the best tips to get pregnant easily is to keep track of cycle. That way you can pinpoint the best day for copulation. If that doesn’t work for you for some reason, you can try studying your basal body temperature every morning right after you get up. Women who are ovulating usually notice a higher 0.4 to 0.8 Fahrenheit degree temperature of their body. Your breast feel tender and libido level goes up. If that doesn’t help, you can try using ovulation predictor kits or other fertility monitors that detect estrogen and LH level. You are likely to be fertile when you have eggwhite and stretchy and cloudy mucus discharges. There is no such thing as best intercourse position to increase the likelihood of pregnancy happening, but some people say that when the girls lay on their back after that it helps because gravity sends the sperms to place where it wants to go.  Good luck having babies :)

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9 Responses to “When are Girls Most Likely to Get Pregnant?”

  1. Mother of three kids Says:
    January 9th, 2010 at 6:20 pm

    Girls are more likely to get pregnant during winter season than any other because there is no place to go out during chilly winter and snowing. So we hibernate. My first child happened like this. The rest of them were done intentionally to grow our families.

  2. can you get pregnant if you are not having a menstrual cycle? Says:
    January 14th, 2010 at 11:16 pm

    I understand that you can easily get pregnant when your ovaries have eggs ready and the environment is fertile for gamates and stuff. But if you are not having a menstrual cycle and have unprotected sex, can that result in pregnancy? thanks.

  3. Chrissy Says:
    December 15th, 2010 at 11:13 pm

    My boyfriend and i are trying to have a kid, and we tried before but it didnt work, and now i am on my cycle, when do you think is the best time to try again ??

  4. Trying Says:
    July 18th, 2011 at 10:15 am

    My boyfriend and I are trying to have a kid and we had unprotected sex 5 days before my menstrual cycle. My period was late by 6 days but now I’m spotting. Should I still take the pregnancy test just in case?

  5. Some Pregnancy Myths Says:
    August 24th, 2011 at 4:14 pm

    When are girls or women most fertile? Well here are some myths about that:
    Diet and Exercise Will Preserve Your Fertility: the truth of the matter is the quality of a woman’s eggs declines with age regardless of your health.
    Taking Birth Control Pills Will Make It Harder to Get Pregnant; it is not true since the pill doesn’t affect your fertility.
    If You Have Regular Periods, You Should Have No Problem Getting Pregnant is not true because eggs may not be good quality.
    Miscarriage, which occurs in 20 percent of all pregnancies doesn’t affect a woman’s ability to get pregnant

  6. jeff Says:
    September 2nd, 2011 at 10:37 pm

    my girl friend is scared we have been having sex right now but seems the sperms have entered and both of us we are not ready to have ababy what should we do to avoid her to become pregnant she expects her periods on 15th of this months. Please i would wish to recieve defferent ways on how we can avoid the pregnancy

  7. l don't know how to have sex with a girl to make him pregnant? What is ovulation? Says:
    October 3rd, 2011 at 5:33 am

    hi

  8. cutie Says:
    February 21st, 2012 at 12:55 pm

    I started my period the 5th this month. When should I be ovulating?

    Somewhere between 16 and 27 of this month. According to American Pregnancy Association, ovulation can be expected anywhere between 11-21 days since the last menstrual period (LMP), or 12-16 days from when you expect the next menstrual period to start. Women are most fertile for about 5 days to a week although egg is available for fertilization for less than a day but sperm can live for couple of days.

  9. mom to be Says:
    November 26th, 2012 at 2:08 am

    Thanks for sharing detail explanations about the likelihood of pregnancy. I will add some contraception information that seem to be missing here. There are two kinds: emergency contraception and abortion pill. both prevent birth, difference is how and where in the pregnancy schedule they prevent women from giving birth. Examples of emergency contraceptions include Plan and Ella. Abortion pills is RU 486. Plan B has progestin hormone levonorgestral, but no estrogen. It will help stop release of egggs (ovulation), may prevent union of sperm and egg (fertilization) or even fertiled egg from attaching to womb (implantation). Ella has estrogen, and it blocks key hormones from allowing conception. Both of them are effective if used within or less than 5 days and has about 75% effective rates. RU-486 on the other hand terminates early pregnancy, it interferes with the function of placenta and starves fetus to death in the process. That’s why it’s called an abortion pill. The proglandin chemical in RU 486 causes contraction that expels unborn child. It blocks progesterone from uterine lining. The failure rate of RU486 is 10% and is effective between a weeks to few weeks. Hope these info helps someone not trying to get pregnant.

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