Is it possible to be embarrassed during the fertile days?

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The fertile period is the set of days during which there is a greater facility to fall into embarazada. Therefore, these days can be taken into account both by women who want an embarrassment, to increase their chances, and by those who want to avoid it.

Even if it is impossible to be embarrassed during the fertile period, there is a minimal probability that this will happen, especially if sexual intercourse occurs before ovulation. After this, the pregnancy is much more difficult, the egg was released and the fallopian tubes passed, what happened that could not be fertilized.

The days with greater risk of being embarrassed of the entire cycle are the 3 days before ovulation, including the day of ovulation, since it is during this period that the mature egg is released from the ovaries, being able to be fertilized.

When is it possible to fall into embarazada during the fertile period

In many cases, the fertile period is considered to be between 3 days before and 3 days after ovulation and, therefore, if the woman has relationships in these days, she has greater probabilities of becoming embarrassed.

However, if there is sexual intercourse within the 5 days prior to ovulation, fertilization can also occur, the spermatozoid can occur, under ideal conditions, it can survive for 5 days. However, there are several factors that must occur for the pregnancy to start, so it can be considered that there is a low risk of becoming embarrassed.

In addition, many women do not ovulate always on the same day, which is why fertile days can vary between cycles. Therefore, the best advice is to use other prevention methods within the 5 days before ovulation and within the 3 days after ovulation.

On the other hand, for those women who want to be embarrassed, this is the best period to try to start the pregnancy, having sexual relations more frequently. Know other tips to increase the chances of getting embarrassed.

How to know when ovulation occurs

Normally, ovulation occurs 14 days before menstruation, which, in a woman with a regular cycle of 28 days, also corresponds to the 14th day of the menstrual cycle. However, in women with a regular cycle greater or less, the ideal is to calculate the ovulation day 14 days before the expected period for menstruation.

Asimism, there are also some symptoms that can arise with ovulation, in certain cases, they can be difficult to identify, such as:

  • Slight increase in body temperature;
  • Presence of a small transparent and viscous secretion;
  • Increase in libido.

Women who have an irregular cycle make it more difficult to know in advance of the fertile period, which is why, in case they are not trying to be embarrassed, they should use other methods to prevent embarrassment, such as the contraceptive pill or condom. Women who take the tablet do not ovulate and, therefore, do not risk falling into embarrassment. Know other methods that help to avoid unwanted embarrassment.

If you have a regular cycle, use our calculator online To find out when your fertile period should be:

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