Knowing The Fertile Period For A Pregnant Program?
Hello. Good evening doctor. I’m Ayu, aged 23 years. November 2019 I was just married. Now my husband and I want to have a baby soon. Our first promil this month failed. Well my HPHT 16 nov 2019. Then this month I menstruated on 13 December 2019. When calculating the menstrual cycle, which is 27 days. Will my fertility begin from day 10 and ovulation on December 26, 2019?
Wa alaikumsalam Ayu, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. In carrying out a pregnancy program, knowing the fertility period is one of the important things, because the fertility period is the period where the possibility to get pregnant is highest compared to other periods in the menstrual cycle.
The fertile period of women with normal menstrual cycles (21-35 days, with a duration of 3-7 days) and regularly is 12-16 days before the next menstrual period, or can also be said to be 10-17 days after the first day of her last menstruation. But if it is not organized, then the calculation cannot be as simple as this. If your menstrual cycle changes, you first need to know your menstrual cycle for the past 8 months. Of the 8 menstrual times, know your shortest cycle and subtract this number by 18. So if the shortest cycle is 27 days, then 27-18 = 9. Then know your longest cycle, and reduce it by 11. So say 30 days, 30-11 = 19. From here it means that your fertile period is on days 9-19.
In addition, to know the fertile period can also know the basal body temperature. Basal body temperature is the temperature of your body when you wake up. When the fertile period, body temperature can be slightly increased than usual. So this method does require you to regularly measure your body temperature. Then, there is clear, smooth, and elastic mucus. The existence of mild to severe pain in the stomach or back, as well as feeling more excited and excited.
In addition, maintain ideal body weight, avoid smoking, adequate rest, have sex every 2 days, and consume fertile foods and sperm enhancer for your husband. So, hopefully answering your question.