Ovulation can be confusing and complicated. There are so many things to keep track of! But it’s important to know the details, whether or not you want to get pregnant. You might also be wondering if the rumors you’ve heard are true. Here is the truth of 5 popular ovulation myths. 1.[.....]
Ovulation day can be any day between Day 7 and 20, taking the 1st day of your last period as Day 1. Look out for raw egg white-like cervical mucus (EWCM), rising luteinizing hormone (LH) levels in the urine, and high libido. Usually, ovulation occurs 1 day after the LH peak, which is also the last day of EWCM. Have sex daily for 5 days before and on the day of ovulation or every other day from Day 7 to 20.
Have sex for 5 days leading up to ovulation day, which you can track with an ovulation calendar and signs like raw egg white-like mucus. Pose does not matter, but try the much vouched-for doggy pose. Smoking and boozing both harm conception and sperm quality as do antidepressants and many over-the-counter anti-inflammatory drugs. Eat veggies for slow carbs and proteins, plant irons, and oily fish. Stay active.
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