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Pregnancy, ovulation and male fertility factors


I am trying to get pregnant and had unprotected sex on 2-

15-08 and I had my period on the 4th of this month. I am

ovulating today. Can I get pregnant?

Sunday, February 17, 2008 12:37 PM

As I'm sure you're aware, your best chance to become

pregnant is when you're ovulating. Obviously having sex

during this time would give you the greatest chances of

conceiving a child.


You might be interested in a home test that lets you

know exactly when you are ovulating. There is one called

Clearblue Easy Ovulation Test that is available at just

about any drug store - you can find locations where it's

sold here:

http://www.clearblueeasy.com/WheretoBuy.cfm


It's fairly inexpensive (only about $20) but it might be

of help to you.


There are of course other factors influencing fertility

rates, some which pertain to the male specifically.

Sperm motility and health also determines whether a

female will become pregnant. In some instances a couple

cannot conceive because in fact the male has a problem

with his sperm. You can find more information here:

http://www.penis-resources.com/ejaculation_and_male_potency.html


There are products called 'semen volumizers' which work

to increase a male's sperm production and better the

chances of pregnancy. One such product is called

VolumePills. It basically works to enhance semen and

sperm output so that the male ejaculate is greater in

volume. You can learn more at their website located here:

http://www.penis-resources.com/volumepills-faqs


While becoming pregnant is a natural biological

function, there are a large number of factors that

determine whether conception will be successful. If you

truly wish to have a child, keep trying and maintain a

positive outlook. If you still cannot conceive after

several months then I recommend you speak with your

doctor who can better inform you of your options.
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