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pls, pls, how to find timing??
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haleigh - December 17

i would like to know what is the proper timing for baby making? is there any?

 

soraya - December 17

yes of course there is, even if others feel like conceiving is just too easy for them even without trying.

 

mademoiselle - December 17

it's all about proper timing, when, where and how to do so. a woman should understand the best time for baby-making sex and not only woman but man should play his part too. in this way, both of you will speed things up for conceiving.

 

SHAWNTELL - December 17

sperm cells can live up to 5-6 days surviving if your cervical fluid is fertile. the sperm can be considered as optimum for making a baby.

 

icah - December 17

in this way, 5 or 6 days can lead up to be included in ovulation and it is likely to be the best time to have sex if you are trying to have a baby.

 

vernice_yu - December 17

recommended, to have baby-making is to have sex on the day before or by the ovulation time, it is still best to have sex a couple of times throughout this period rather than taking bets on an opportunity that is vague.

 

bless - December 17

go with the mood. it is a nice way that you and your partner are in the mood for baby-making. the psychological effects on this is on greater highs.

 

aki - December 17

there are ways to do the timing a lot of easier for you like having signs of ovulation by counting the number of days of your cycle over a couple of months and that you can build up the picture of the average cycle length.

 

marci - December 17

in general, the ovulation occurs about 14 days before the end of the cycle while it is not that accurate, to count back 14 days from last day that is predicted will give you the idea of when you might ovulate.

 

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