Find Out Your Fertile Days
Women go through a certain cycle every month that allows them to be fertile and be able to conceive naturally. This cycle consists of up to thirty five days (or more for some women with hormonal problems) and pregnancy will occur only when the intercourse is done on one of the fertile days in the cycle. Those fertile days are the best days to get pregnant. There are about three to six fertile days in every cycle, and if you can somehow pin point those days, you will be able to get pregnant. There are ways to pin point those days in your monthly cycle and the first thing you will need to do is begin charting your basal temperature. Also get yourself some ovulation prediction kits a basal thermometer. That thermometer should be kept by your bed side every night so that you can wake up in the morning and take your temperature as soon as you wake up, without doing any activity or even getting up from the bed.
Chart this basal temperature the entire cycle, the first day of the cycle being the first day that you menstruated. From cycle day one to cycle day ten, usually you will not find anything unusual. But from then on you have to be careful about a particular rise in temperature that indicates ovulation. The ovulation happens the day of the temperature rise so the first couple of months will only show you a pattern. Using an ovulation kit, three days before the rise in temperature will tell you if you are ovulating any time soon. If the kit shows a positive result, you should time intercourse within twenty four hours and then have intercourse at least every other day or preferably every day for the next five to six day window, until the temperature dips very high. That six day window is the best time to get pregnant.