Medical Question & AnswersCategory: PregnancyNot able to Conceive
S Mahali asked 7 years ago

We have tried for baby for 2 months.I got my period on last month 17th(Cycle 28, trying from MARCH 28) and today on 16th got my period.What is the problem here?

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freedoctorhelpline Staff answered 7 years ago

The initial step is to take in the days when you’re most fertile. Most ladies have a 28-day menstrual cycle. That implies you have around 6 days every month when you can get pregnant. That incorporates the very beginning of your ovaries discharges an egg, called ovulation, and the 5 days prior. Engaging in sexual relations inside that window is vital.
To make sense of it, you’ll have to graph your menstrual cycle and record to what extent it endures. Day 1 is the primary day of your period. Since the length of your cycle can differ somewhat from month to month, it’s best to keep track for a couple of months.
When you have a normal, subtract 18 days from the length of your most brief cycle. This is the principal day you’re probably going to be ripe. Next, subtract 11 days from the length of your longest cycle. This is the latest day you’re probably going to be fruitful. Engaging in sexual relations between those two dates will give you the absolute best at getting pregnant.
There is no reason for you to worry. You just tried to concieve only for a few days. Follow the schedule suggested. You would definitely conceive.

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