When Is a Woman Most Likely to Get Pregnant?

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The most likely time for a woman to get pregnant is one week after her last period started until one week before her next is .
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A woman is most likely to get pregnant when she is ovulating. There are several ways to determine if you are ovulating. First keep track of your cycle you will ovulate 10-14 days
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A woman is most likely to become pregnant during ovulation, which is when an egg is being released. Ovulation occurs in most women at around 2 weeks after her last period. However
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A woman's body temperature undergoes a thermal shift once the lutenizing hormone (LH) is produced. This hormone causes the body temperature to rise, and the progesterone from the
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During her period is the most unlikely time to get
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Women are fertile during ovulation. It is difficult to know exactly when ovulation is going to occur. Doctors recommend that couples who are trying to have a baby have intercourse between days 7 and 20 of a woman's menstrual cycle.
A woman needs to ovulate to get pregnant. They also need to have sex while ovulating or close to ovulating to get pregnant. This is the best time because the eggs are released from the ovaries.
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