Do you know when women don't get pregnant when they have sex, how women don't get pregnant when they have sex, how women don't get pregnant when they have sex?

 

Conception is actually a matter of perfect calculation. Those who understand this calculation do not have to resort to any other method to prevent pregnancy. Medical science says that there is no possibility of pregnancy till 7 days of period or menstruation. 8th to 17th day of period is the optimal time to conceive. Again, it is not possible to conceive from 18 days until the period.


Pregnancy is inevitable if no precautions are taken during intercourse between 8 days and 17 days. Means 7 days before and after period are safe. Pregnancy does not occur during this period. Chances of conception are high in the middle days.




Everyone wants to plan their own family.


They should be brought when they want to bring a new life into their lives. If something doesn't go according to plan then the whole thing goes awry. The joy of the arrival of a new guest is replaced by disappointment.


Any form of birth control is harmful to the body. So knowing these will be beneficial for you. Know when your risk of getting pregnant is high. And after knowing you will take birth control naturally without resorting to harmful birth control methods.


There are some other signs that you should know to help you understand how likely you are to get pregnant. You can understand when it is time for your pregnancy only by observing the body temperature, the density of the discharge, the nature of the discharge. With that understanding you have sex, without any birth control.


If you have intercourse following these rules, your unintended pregnancy is 90 percent unlikely. An easier method than counting the days before or after your period is to observe your own body.


See if your body temperature is higher than usual or if you have a white discharge, how thick the discharge is. If you see heavy discharge or the body temperature increases by itself, then you will know that it is the time of pregnancy.


If you don't want to get pregnant then abstain from intercourse. Thus if you observe your physical symptoms for 4-6 menstrual cycles, you will know for yourself when intercourse has the highest risk of getting pregnant and when the risk is lowest.



Having intercourse during the first seven days and the last seven days after the start of period bleeding has a lower chance of conception. So that time is considered as a safe time for intercourse. However, this condition applies only to women whose periods are regularly 28 days apart (or regularly 26 to 31 days apart). In their case, if the day of menstruation is counted as the first day, ovulation occurs on the 12th to 19th day.


Eggs live for about 24 to 48 hours after ovulation, and sperm can live for 3 to 5 days after ejaculation in the female reproductive tract. So if you have intercourse between the 7th and 21st day of your period, chances of conception are high. The rest of the days of the period, from the first to the seventh and 21st days until the day the menses start again, are considered safe times for intercourse. Note that the date of onset of bleeding is calculated from the first day but above.


Note that no period day is a truly safe day. Having intercourse during the above mentioned safe times still has a small, albeit small, chance of conception. Therefore, it is better to use another method of birth control, such as a condom or the pill. Because the above calculation is not applicable for those whose periods are irregular or less than 28 days. Additionally, the possibility of sexually transmitted diseases is always present.


So this method of birth control should never be relied upon during casual intercourse or extramarital sex. This method is only applicable to those couples who may not want children yet, but there is no problem if they do.


Having intercourse during the first seven days and the last seven days after the start of period bleeding has a lower chance of conception. So that time is considered as a safe time for intercourse. However, this condition applies only to women whose periods are regularly 28 days apart (or regularly 26 to 31 days apart). In their case, if the day of menstruation is counted as the first day, ovulation occurs on the 12th to 19th day. Eggs live for about 24 to 48 hours after ovulation, and sperm can live for 3 to 5 days after ejaculation in the female reproductive tract.


So if you have intercourse between the 7th and 21st day of your period, chances of conception are high. The rest of the days of the period, from the first to the seventh and 21st days until the day the menses start again, are considered safe times for intercourse. Note that the date of onset of bleeding is calculated from the first day but above.


Note that no period day is a truly safe day. Having intercourse during the above mentioned safe times still has a small, albeit small, chance of conception. Therefore, it is better to use another method of birth control, such as a condom or the pill.


Because the above calculation is not applicable for those whose periods are irregular or less than 28 days. Additionally, the possibility of sexually transmitted diseases is always present. So this method of birth control should never be relied upon during casual intercourse or extramarital sex. This method is only applicable to couples who may not want children yet, but there is no problem if they do.

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