Fertile Period And Sperm Survival?
Hello, I want to ask, I have 3 months for each period definitely on the first day of the month, I last had an intimate relationship with my husband on June 24, now on 25 nights I menstruate, even though I am Uda menstruation on 1-5 June, I should have my period again 1 July, then is my husband’s sperm dead in the womb? Can sperm still be alive in the womb when menstrual conditions? I just got married on June 16, and I’m promising fast … Please explain … Thank you
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Most couples want to get pregnant quickly after marriage. But this result can be constrained by many factors, including one of them because of irregular menstrual patterns making it difficult to determine the fertile period. Irregular menstruation is most often caused by a disturbed hormonal balance. The trigger can be due to stress, the influence of drugs or contraception, an unhealthy lifestyle, or certain diseases (for example thyroid gland abnormalities). It could also, menstruation becomes irregular because of other diseases, such as blood clotting disorders, endometriosis, myomas, polyps, and so on.
The best time to have sex that is most likely for pregnancy is during the fertile period. In women with regular menstrual cycles, the fertile period generally occurs around 14 days before the next estimated menstrual day. During menstruation, the possibility of pregnancy will be very small, even close to 0%. Therefore, the condition of the female reproductive organs during menstruation is indeed not possible for sperm cells to be able to survive long. Not only that, even when menstruating, women generally will not ovulate (discharge of mature eggs from the ovaries to the uterus).
Our advice, check your irregular menstrual cycle to the doctor or obstetrician so that the cause is evaluated and treated. Also invite your husband to check his fertility to the doctor so that the pregnancy program can be done more optimally. Always live a healthy lifestyle, including with regular sleep, exercise 3-5 times a week, eat a variety of foods rich in folic acid and other antioxidants, maintain ideal body weight, increase relaxation so as not to stress, and have regular sexual relations every 2- 3 days so that the potential for pregnancy is greater.
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